The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has been the forefront governing body responsible for managing Qatar’s foreign relations and diplomatic affairs since 1971. In light of the developments taking place on the international arena, a new law was issued in 2005 to define the functions of The Ministry of Foreign Affairs as follows:
- Highlight the State of Qatar, its values and polices, while protecting the country’s interests abroad.
- Propose foreign policy plans and work to implement them in coordination with concerned agencies in the state.
- Establish contacts and conduct talks in preparation to conclude agreements and conventions; and take the required actions with regard to their conclusion, implementation and supervision.
- Conduct contacts with the Qatari ministries and authorities, foreign governments and their diplomatic missions and the regional and international organizations.
- Draft and propose Qatar’s foreign policy to H.H. the Amir for approval.
- Organizes the diplomatic and consular representation with Arab and foreign countries, and regional and international organizations.
- Protect and represent the interests of Qatar and its people abroad.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has established a clear vision, to have a distinguished foreign policy for the State of Qatar at both regional and international levels, and care for the interests of citizens abroad.
The Culture sector is one of the most important sectors of the national development strategy. The Ministry’s strategy is derived from the Constitution of the State of Qatar, guided by the directives of His Highness the Emir of Qatar and for the purposes of Qatar’s National Vision 2030.
Qatar’s Ministry of Public Health aims to improve the health of Qatar’s population by meeting the need of existing and future generations.
Qatar Charity aims to create world in which all human beings have the right to live in peace and dignity by assisting and supporting vulnerable communities in achieving progress and prosperity
Established in 1992
QRCS is Qatar’s first volunteering charitable organizationworks to help and empower vulnerable individuals and communities without partiality or discrimination.
Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development aims to support Qatar on its journey from a carbon economy to a knowledge economy by unlocking human potential.
Established in August 1995 by His Highness The Father Amir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani and his second wife Her Highness Moza bint Nasser
EAA aims to contribute to human, social and economic development through the provision of quality education. With a particular focus on those affected by poverty, conflict and disaster, it champions the needs of children, youth and women to empower them to become active members of their communities.
Silatech aims to create jobs and economic opportunities for young people in the Arab World, targeting 18 – 30 year olds.
Established in January in 2008 at the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations Forum.
Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU), a member of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science, and Community Development (QF), was founded in 2010 to continue fulfilling QF’s vision of unlocking human potential. HBKU is a homegrown research and graduate studies University that acts as a catalyst for positive transformation in Qatar and the region while having a global impact.
QU is committed to providing high-quality education in areas of national priority.
Established in 1977