Sunday, 11 November 2012

Move to train the disabled in job skills to better lot


DOHA QNB HAS signed a memorandum of understanding with the Qatar Society for the Rehabilitation of People with Special Needs (QSRPSN) to train and develop people with special needs and involve them in jobs that suit their type of disability.

After the training, QNB will employ people with special needs with the support and guidance of the QSRPSN.

The memorandum was signed by Ali Rashid al Mohannadi, QNB executive general manager/chief operation officer, and Rabia bin Mohd al Kaabi, deputy chairman of QSRPSN.

Mohannadi said that QNB aims to encourage this important category of society, who have special talent and skills, and help them to be more self-confident and live the life they have always dreamed of.

Kaabi highlighted QNB’s initiative as a great opportunity to continue supporting people with special needs and providing more vacancies in future.

He also stressed that QNB was one of the first institutions that offered to employ people with special needs and supported all other activities related to them.

This step is in line with the bank’s vision towards this category of people, to help them achieve their aspirations and provide the environment that perfectly suits them.

QSRPSN strives to offer employment opportunities to people with several types of physical disabilities, with the aim of enhancing their lives by helping them achieve personal satisfaction from their work and know that the can rely on a stable source of income.

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