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MENAFN - Qatar News Agency - 16/04/2014
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(MENAFN - Qatar News Agency) ha April 16 - Her Highness Sheikha Moza bint Nasser the board chairperson of Qatar Foundation For Education Science and Community Development (QF) on Wednesday graced the inauguration of the "Doha International Conference on the Family" held at the Qatar National Convention Center (QNCC) under the theme 'Empowering Families: A Pathway to Development'. The opening ceremony was attended by their excellencies the ministers senior officials and the conference distinguished guests of policymakers representatives of the non-governmental organisations academics experts and family affairs researchers. In her address before the conference HH sheikha Moza said"We believe that humanity at the moment greatly needs comprehensive global national policies and programs that are geared towards family issues as an integrated social system without fragmenting solutions. We behold that the issues of men women youth and the child is a single issue: which is the issue of family with its own array of challenges and problems. An issue that starts with the development of minds and requires empowering all family members of their roles. HH sheikha moza went on to say"Family empowerment in this sense is to create the conditions for the advancement of the roles in a coherent family that preserves and inherits the values of cohesion. However the larger role falls on the state through fixing policies and programs that work to save education and health care addressing the causes of poverty supporting the balance between life and work and upholding the values of solidarity and communication between generations". HH sheikha moza further said "Given that each community has its own social and cultural characteristics just as all the countries of the world have their own challenges in the area of family issues the implementation of appropriate policies and strategies should have its own characteristics and mechanisms taking into account the unique peculiarities in values between countries.(MORE)


 


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