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Social work pillar of advanced society, says Qatari minister

Social work pillar of advanced society, says Qatari minister
Social work pillar of advanced society, says Qatari minister

Qatar Social work pillar of advanced society, says Qatari minister 42nd meeting of Arab Ministers of Social Affairs QNA/Doha Last Edited January 26, 2023 | 12:31 AM HE the Minister of Social Development and Family Maryam bint Ali bin Nasser al-Misnad speaking at the meeting HE the Minister of Social Development and Family Maryam bint Ali bin Nasser al-Misnad affirmed that social work is the pillar of every advanced society, which seeks to achieve prosperity for its people, stressing that Qatar places humans at the centre of its attention and the basis of its development movement, as it believes that the human is the real source of wealth, the engine of history, and the builder of civilisations.She added that during the World Cup, we have learned that nothing could prevent us from achieving our aspirations and hopes, this historical event has inspired us to change the stereotype about social work, as it is merely charitable work, rather, it is a comprehensive development work that moves the citizen to a position of independence and the ability to produce, and to join the procession of development and growth.HE al-Misnad concluded by saying that today's meeting is evidence of the keenness of all participants to reach social work to its fullest goals, which contribute to human prosperity and ensure a decent life.This came in HE the Minister's speech at the opening session of the 42nd high-level meeting of the Council of Arab Ministers of Social Affairs, held under the theme 'the rights of persons with disabilities and multidimensional poverty: further implementation of the 2030 agenda for the sustainable development plan and beyond'.

Related Story Qatar assumes presidency of Arab social affairs ministers' council meeting Qatari banks’ loan books will 'remain strongest' in 2023: Moody'sShe said that the meeting held in Doha aims to overcome any obstacles or social challenges that may face groups of society, especially persons with disabilities, affirming that Qatar, under the leadership of His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, was keen to translate its pledges towards supporting the noble international efforts striving towards this goal, stressing that the eradication of poverty in all its dimensions is a priority for the country's efforts, based on Article 7 of the Permanent Constitution of Qatar, which emphasises co-operation with peace-loving nations.

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