× الرئيسية دخول التسجيل English

دليل الشركات القطرية
دليل كامل و شامل لشركات القطرية و المواقع الإبداعية التي تساعد الجميع في اعمالهم


مواقع و منتديات قطرية

Qatar News Agency (QNA)

رابط الشركة

Qatar News Agency (QNA) was established in May 25th, 1975 by the Emiri Decree number 94 of the year 1975, to become the second Arab news agency dedicated to covering news in the Gulf Region and one of Qatar’s big achievements in the field of information. The agency witnessed quantitative and qualitative developments. It started with a transmission of half an hour a day, now its transmission extends to 24 hours a day. The Emiri Decision issued on 12 September, 2007 organizing the agency shows the keenness of the political leadership and its interest in rising media awareness and consolidating its professionalism in the country. The Agency is objective and impartial in its coverage of news. (QNA)’s presiding over of the Federation of Arab News Agencies (FANA) for two years contributed to consolidating the Arab media which became more developed thanks to the new technologies it uses. QNA is a member of the Arab News Agencies Union (ANAU) and of the League of the News Agencies of the Non-Alignment Movement.(QNA) is also a member of the World Association of Newspapers (WAN). It is accredited by (ANAU) to serve as a news dispatching center between these agencies and the South-East Asian and Pacific News Agencies Union.It is also an active member of the executive board of the Islamic News Agencies Union.

الزيارات: 3233 | التقييم: 0 | المقيّمين: 0 | المدينة الدوحة | اللغة إنجليزي _ EN

Ministry of Finance

رابط الشركة

The Ministry of Finance was created on 5/11/1960 according to the Emiri Decree. On 18/2/1962 Law No (2) of 1962 was issued to regulate the public financial policy in Qatar. Objectives Ministry of Finance works to achieve the following objectives of the financial plan: Achieve the balance between public expenditure and public revenues. Reduce the size of the public debt and improve cash flow. Strengthen the state's financial reserves. Continuing to invest the country's main resource of oil, gas and petrochemicals, with a focus on increasing domestic economic integration. Continue to develop infrastructure construction and basic services of education and health to accommodate the expected expansion in service activities and productivity. Encourage the private sector to industrial investments. Privatize part of the petrochemical, fertilizers, iron and steel industry. Improve government performance by implementing E-Government.

الزيارات: 3128 | التقييم: 0 | المقيّمين: 0 | المدينة الدوحة | اللغة إنجليزي _ EN

Ministry of Economy & Commerce

رابط الشركة

The Ministry of Economy and Commerce (MEC) creates commercial policy for both private and public sectors in order to boost regional and international trade relations and support the development of businesses across the country. The Ministry maintains four departments and sections: Commercial Registration Section, Commercial Agents Section, Industrial Property Rights Section Price Control Section To subscribe to the whatsApp account, one simply has to send the word “subscribe” to the number 66111400 and add the number to the contact list on his or her mobile phone. The service will be activated immediately. MEC has come up with this service to make communication with the public easier and also to keep the public aware of updates and events.

الزيارات: 2804 | التقييم: 0 | المقيّمين: 0 | المدينة الدوحة | اللغة إنجليزي _ EN

Ministry of Defence

رابط الشركة

The Ministry of Defence is responsible for defending the homeland. It leads fighting and support units including: Qatar Emiri Land Forces Qatar Emiri Air Forces Qatar Emiri Navy Forces Calibration Center of Qatar Armed Forces The Qatar Constitution directs and guides the defense strategy. Vision Through the use of its fighting capabilities, Qatar Armed Forces’ mission is to defend and protect Qatar’s national supremacy and wealth as well as participate in humanitarian and peacekeeping missions. Goals The ministry’s responsibilities and goals include: Recruit military personnel domestically and externally and re-enlisting personnel who have served their tenure. Purchase materials and services for the Armed Forces. Calibrate measurement and testing devices. Consider applications for exemption from the military service. Issue certificates to civilians.

الزيارات: 2798 | التقييم: 0 | المقيّمين: 0 | المدينة الدوحة | اللغة إنجليزي _ EN

Ministry Of Foreign Affairs

رابط الشركة

In 1969 the decree law No 11 for 1969 on the establishment of a department for foreign affairs was issued. In 1970 the sections of the department were set up by the decision No 8 for 1970. In 1971 a law to establish the ministry of foreign affairs in which the department of foreign affairs was to be incorporated was issued. It was followed by the issue of law No 26 in December 1971 on the diplomatic and consular corps system, and on designating the diplomatic missions to include embassies, commissions, consulates and the offices of the permanent delegation of the State of Qatar abroad. The laws organizing the ministry of foreign affairs, assigning its functions and outlining its organizational chart followed in succession. A law in 1976 and the law No 13 for 1993 were issued to organize the ministry of foreign affairs. In light of the developments taking place on the international arena, a new law was issued to define the functions of the ministry of foreign affairs as follows: Highlight the State of Qatar, its values and polices, while defending the country’s interests abroad. Draft and propose Qatar’s foreign policy to H.H. the Emir for approval. Propose foreign policy plans and work to implement them in coordination with concerned agencies in the state. Organizes the diplomatic and consular representation with Arab and foreign countries and regional and international organizations. Establish contacts and conduct talks in preparation to conclude the agreements and conventions; and take the required actions with regard to their conclusion, implementation and supervision. Protect and represent the interests of Qatar and its people abroad. Conduct contacts with the Qatari ministries and authorities, foreign governments and their diplomatic missions and the regional and international organizations.

الزيارات: 2746 | التقييم: 0 | المقيّمين: 0 | المدينة الدوحة | اللغة إنجليزي _ EN

Ministry of Transport

رابط الشركة

The Ministry of Transport is in charge of organizing land and sea transport; developing and improving transportation services as well as studying relevant projects and overseeing their implementation to help boost economic activity and serve the national development requirements.

الزيارات: 2651 | التقييم: 0 | المقيّمين: 0 | المدينة الدوحة | اللغة إنجليزي _ EN

Ministry of Energy and Industry

رابط الشركة

Energy revenues have helped laid a solid economic foundation in Qatar. Realizing this, the Ministry of Energy and Industry (MOEI) hopes to secure the country’s prosperity through the establishment of ultra-modern infrastructures capable of servicing and responding to the country’s changing needs and future challenges. Vision MOEI is committed to building a robust industrial sector that can: Help the State of Qatar achieve balanced economic growth. Diversify the country’s revenue sources. Goals The ministry’s responsibilities and goals include: Develop and support industrial ventures that help diversify the economy. Maximize the added value of intermediate materials. Encourage the private sector to increase its participation in industrial development. Increase the manufacturing sector’s contribution to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Encourage and develop both clean and energy-intensive industries. Strengthen the integration of the oil and gas sector with the manufacturing sector; while encouraging similar integrations for other industries. Maximize productivity through the integration of operating industrial projects.

الزيارات: 2586 | التقييم: 0 | المقيّمين: 0 | المدينة الدوحة | اللغة إنجليزي _ EN

Q-Cert

رابط الشركة

Qatar Computer Emergency Response Team (Q-CERT) is a national, Government sponsored, organization setup under the auspices of Ministry of Transport & Communications (MOTC). Established in December 2005 in cooperation with the Carnegie Mellon's Software Engineering Institute (CERT Coordination Center). The Power of Information Security Qatar is developing fast, having embraced information technology as a platform for innovation, prosperity and the key to building a knowledge based economy. As it has become more connected, the global threats from the internet need to be adequately addressed. The traditional threats from hackers has been rapidly changing to include more malicious actors such as terrorist, organized criminal networks, industrial and foreign government espionage, including cyber warfare to name a few. As Qatar’s dependence on cyberspace grows, its resiliency and security become even more critical, and hence the need for a comprehensive approach that address this need. Thus, it was with this foresight that the Supreme Council of Information and Communication Technology (ictQATAR) conceptualized setting up a dedicated body to proactively and reactively address and respond to risks that may arise with technology usage. Qatar Computer Emergency Response Team (Q-CERT) was set up in December 2005 and since then, Q-CERT has been instrumental in building resilience into the critical information infrastructure of Qatar. Q-CERT has become the national center to address the nation’s information security needs and safeguard the local society drive towards technological excellence. Q-CERT is working to harmonize the secure use of technology through best practices, standard policies, risk mitigations and dissemination of valuable information. Q-CERT helps to protect citizens as well as critical businesses and organizations against cyber security risks. It also contributes to the national cyber security posture, advices on policies and security standards and empowers the confidence in technology users.

الزيارات: 2540 | التقييم: 0 | المقيّمين: 0 | المدينة الدوحة | اللغة إنجليزي _ EN

Ministry of Information and Communications Technology

رابط الشركة

In recognition of the critical role of ICT in Qatar’s future, Qatar’s leadership introduced the Ministry of Information and Communications Technology (formerly known as the Supreme Council of Information and Communication Technology) within the new cabinet formation announced in June 2013. The Ministry of Information and Communications Technology (ictQATAR) builds a vibrant, advanced, and secure ICT sector that will propel a thriving, diversified economy and benefit all the people of Qatar. As a change agent for human, social, economic, and environmental progress, the Ministry strives to drive innovation well into the future. Specifically, it is charged with a wide-ranging mandate that includes: overseeing and developing the communications sector, e-government programs and postal services; fostering a regulatory environment that is conducive to competition and investment; promoting digital inclusion for all people of Qatar; and developing the next generation of infrastructure and then securing and enhancing the efficiency of that infrastructure. Already, ICT is benefiting those who live and work in Qatar in countless ways. Children and adults learn more creatively. Businesses of all sizes are discovering new efficiencies and new markets. Government is more responsive. And transformation in healthcare is under way. ictQATAR will continue to mobilize efforts to harness the power of ICT, bringing improvements to every aspect of life in Qatar and fostering a technology-friendly environment that will introduce innovative approaches to how we communicate, live and work. In the years ahead, an increasingly vibrant, innovative ICT sector will fuel the objectives of Qatar National Vision 2030 for building a thriving, knowledge-based economy.

الزيارات: 2249 | التقييم: 0 | المقيّمين: 0 | المدينة الدوحة | اللغة إنجليزي _ EN

Ministry of Culture, Arts & Heritage

رابط الشركة

In 1966, newly created administrative units namely Doha Cultural Center and Folklore Censorship, and the Theater Section were all affiliated to the Broadcasting Department of the Ministry of Information. The establishment of these new units presented a prelude to the creation of Culture and Arts Department in 1975. In fact, the existing units and other newly founded sections such as the Fine Arts, the Exhibitions, the Studies and Research as well as the Administrative and Financial Affairs presented the origins of the first entity of the cultural work in Qatar. In general, the Ministry of Culture, Arts and Heritage is in charge of: Organizing cultural festivals and taking part in festivals organized in Qatar and in brotherly and friendly countries ; Organizing cultural events and activities such as symposia, lectures and poetry recitals ; Producing and presenting theater and folklore shows and music and lyric concerts ; Organizing Qatari weeks abroad and hosting cultural weeks of brotherly and friendly countries; Organizing arts (plastic arts, photography) and heritage exhibitions ; Publishing and distributing books and compilations in relation with culture, translating outstanding intellectual and literary works into Arabic and vice-versa ; Documenting and archiving popular heritage, organizing and animating heritage events and celebrations ; Organizing the yearly Doha Book Fair and participating in Arab and foreign book fairs; Discovering young talents and organizing cultural, scientific and religious symposia and contests. While organizing and supervising such events, the Ministry of Culture acts in its quality of a central ministry that lays down cultural programs and implements them according to the promulgated laws; its activities in this field should be regarded as the main activity of cultural policy of the State.

الزيارات: 2171 | التقييم: 0 | المقيّمين: 0 | المدينة الدوحة | اللغة إنجليزي _ EN

ICT Qatar

رابط الشركة

In recognition of the significant role of ICT in building a modern state with a robust knowledge-based economy in light of Qatar National Vision 2030, the Ministry of Information and Communications Technology (ictQATAR) was established within the new cabinet formation announced in June 2013 to be an extension of the Supreme Council of Information and Communication Technology that was established under Emiri Decree Law no. 36 of 2004. Emiri Decree No. 27 of 2014 on the Organizational Structure of the Ministry of Information and Communications Technology sets the organizational structure and functions of the Ministry. Specifically, the Ministry is responsible for a wide-ranging mandate that includes: overseeing and developing the information and communications technology sector to make it more vibrant, advanced, and secure to support a diversified economy and benefit all the people of Qatar; introducing ICT plans, policies, programs, projects and initiatives to foster a competitive environment that is conducive to investments; developing the next generation of infrastructure and then securing and enhancing the efficiency of that infrastructure; and driving innovation well into the future as a change agent for human, social, economic and environmental progress. The Ministry also performs a critical and far-reaching role in developing e-government programs and boosting capacity and digital literacy to foster a technology-friendly environment that introduces innovative approaches to how we communicate, live and work. Consequently, the Regulatory Authority, which had been part of the Ministry, was established as the independent Communications Regulatory Authority (CRA) by virtue of Emiri Decree No. 42 of 2014. The newly established CRA encourages and supports an open and competitive telecommunications market and ensures that consumer rights are protected. The CRA is also responsible for regulating the postal sector and access to digital media. The Ministry of Information and Communications Technology will continue to mobilize efforts to harness the power of ICT, bringing improvements to every aspect of life in Qatar and building a more thriving economy.

الزيارات: 2129 | التقييم: 0 | المقيّمين: 0 | المدينة الدوحة | اللغة إنجليزي _ EN

Ministry of Administrative Development

رابط الشركة

The Ministry of Administrative Development oversees implementation of the law regulating governmental human resources. It sets general policies on human resources, including job localization policies, and follows up their implementation once approved. The Ministry studies chapter one budgetary estimates and the organizational charts proposed by government entities and makes recommendation for endorsement. It also reviews and improves work processes of government entities and provides them with technical help in modernizing and streamlining procedures and applying corporate quality standards. To this end, it manages government human resource planning program and extends technical help. This helps improve the efficiency of the State's administrative setup; trains Qatari employees and redevelops/repositions those holding positions that do not match their educational qualifications.

الزيارات: 1975 | التقييم: 0 | المقيّمين: 0 | المدينة الدوحة | اللغة إنجليزي _ EN

Ministry of Development Planning and Statistics

رابط الشركة

The Ministry of Development Planning and Statistics is a result of a merger of the formerly known as General Secretariat for Development Planning ( GSDP) and Qatar Statistics Authority (QSA).

الزيارات: 1882 | التقييم: 0 | المقيّمين: 0 | المدينة الدوحة | اللغة إنجليزي _ EN

Fakhoora

رابط الشركة

The values of liberty, justice and equality cannot exist without the right to an education. Ignorance is by far the biggest danger and threat to humankind. There’s a place in this organization for all people who believe in the values of freedom, justice and mutual respect. Regardless of faith, race or nationality, we are tied together by the fundamental belief that young people everywhere, including those living in Gaza and the West Bank, deserve the freedom to learn.

الزيارات: 1833 | التقييم: 0 | المقيّمين: 0 | المدينة الدوحة | اللغة إنجليزي _ EN

Ministry of Justice

رابط الشركة

The Ministry of Justice (MOJ) provides legal services to lawyers, lawmakers and the general public. Vision The ministry is committed to spreading legal awareness and promoting respect for the law within Qatar. It aims to support justice and enable the State to enjoy peace, security and properity. Goals The ministry’s responsibilities and goals include: Provide high-quality legal services and training to lawyers and lawmakers in government. Publish updated information about the country’s Emiri decrees and legal developments through the Qatar Gazette. Draft and implement policies and legislations to protect intellectual property rights. Investigate and prosecute cases of piracy and trademark rights violation. Provide a wide range of legal and authentication services to citizens and residents.

الزيارات: 1829 | التقييم: 0 | المقيّمين: 0 | المدينة الدوحة | اللغة إنجليزي _ EN

Ministry of Interior

رابط الشركة

he rulers of the State of Qatar gave high priority for the mission of achieving public security and peace since the modern State of Qatar was established. The formation of police agency guaranteed maintenance of discipline and security, protection of lives and prestige of people and public and private properties as well. The first police agency formed in the State of Qatar was "Discipline Police" in 10/9/1949. This agency began its duties in 1949 at " Doha Police Section" which was located in the centre of "Souq Waqif ". The functions of this section comprised of providing security and protection for citizens, maintaining discipline by moving patrols, carrying out the mission of permanent guards at vital areas in the capital and organizing traffic movement. It also carried out all other police related duties like follow up of criminals, conducting investigations on criminal and traffic cases and referring the accused to the courts in addition to deporting the suspects if they deserve it. The Ministry of Interior was formed in 1970 according to the decree No. (5) for the year 1970 stipulating the functions of the ministries and other government organizations in the country. Ministry of Interior continued since that time its functions and missions providing peace and security and organizing police forces guaranteeing the protection of national security and maintaining safety and security of nationals and expatriates as well along with taking all necessary measures to prevent the happenings of crimes and disclosing the secrets of committed crimes in addition to taking care of nationality related affairs, issuing travel documents, organizing expatriates entry to the country and their residence and organizing the prison. The Ministry of Interior since that time has been investing fateful and continuous efforts through which it could to create a capable and advanced security agency that proved its ability in bearing the fidelity, achieving desired security and protection of the society. Convoying with the developments witnessed by the State of Qatar under the auspicious leadership of Emir H.H. Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani and Father Emir H.H. Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al Thani, The role of Ministry of Interior and its departments is getting bigger in the field of maintaining security and stability to meet with the requirements of comprehensive renaissance and development in the country. Within a short span of time, The Ministry of Interior has accomplished many achievements and victories as a result of its development and modernization planning that depend on providing technical and human resources needs through proper supply of devices and equipment and widening the scope of rendered services for the public according to the creative security strategic plans that comprise of requirements of the present and the future, working with the spirit of cooperation and initiatives and activating community partnership between police agencies and community members either it is represented by individual or organizations or establishments in order to realize the concept of joint responsibility in providing more security, safety and stability for the society.

الزيارات: 1550 | التقييم: 0 | المقيّمين: 0 | المدينة الدوحة | اللغة إنجليزي _ EN

Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs

رابط الشركة

The Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs supports build and develops the labor market efficiently by utilizing the national, productive workforce and bringing in skilled expatriate cadres. Also, the ministry provides state-of-the-art services and leads the field of comprehensive social welfare and development for all the segments of the society. The ministry aims, in this regard, to promote a secure and stable atmosphere in a society that is proud of its national Islamic identity.

الزيارات: 1535 | التقييم: 0 | المقيّمين: 0 | المدينة الدوحة | اللغة إنجليزي _ EN

Medical Commission

رابط الشركة

Medical Commission Department is one of the Supreme Council of Health Departments. The main function of Medical Commission Department is to screen all the new comers to stay and work in Qatar for infectious diseases namely: HIV Hepatitis B Hepatitis C Syphilis TB

الزيارات: 1492 | التقييم: 0 | المقيّمين: 0 | المدينة الدوحة | اللغة إنجليزي _ EN

فاتورة - Fatora.io

رابط الشركة

انشء متجر الكتروني خاص بك

الزيارات: 1464 | التقييم: 0 | المقيّمين: 0 | المدينة الدوحة | اللغة عربي _ AR

Traffic Department

رابط الشركة

Organizing traffic movements was started in Qatar from the date the people started using vehicles. The Law enforcement force of that time took the responsibility of controlling traffic movements in the Qatar where the numbers of vehicles were very less. The traffic law No. (17) was issued in the year 1968 to organize the traffic rules and disciplines in a time when the signs and features of development was witnessed in the country along with increase in the numbers of vehicles and driving licenses issued for people in addition to increment in population density. In the shades of developments and opulence seen commonly in all parts of the country which convoyed with growth of population, long roads, huge numbers of vehicles and rise in the numbers of foreign workers, lead to recruit a large number of police personnel to organize the traffic movement in the country and other experts to improve the traffic system in the state. When the traffic law No. (17) of 1968 didn’t comprise whole parts of traffic requirements that convoy with the cultural awakening of that time, The traffic law No.(10) for the year 1979 was issued. In the year 1998

الزيارات: 1420 | التقييم: 0 | المقيّمين: 0 | المدينة الدوحة | اللغة إنجليزي _ EN

منطقة الأعضاء

تسجيل حساب جديد

الأقسام الرئيسية