Doha, – Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRC) presented the most important challenges facing humanitarian action, and outlined concepts and issues on which the work of national societies is focused.

At a symposium held today as part of the Seventh Disaster Management Camp (DMC-7), QRC Chairman Dr Mohamed bin Ghanem Al Ali Al Maadeed highlighted the QRC’s experience in these areas, pointing to the gradual development in its work and performance by defining the criteria of vision and mission and adopting institutional frameworks and structures to strengthen governance, empower units and enhance strategic management.

He stressed the importance of administrative building of the humanitarian institutions or organizations.

For his part, Professor Sultan Barakat, Director of the Center for Conflict and Humanitarian Studies at the Doha Institute for Postgraduate Studies, spoke about the challenges of post-war transition and shed light on the use of the common vision, the political agreement formula that could be reached after fighting, and technical and strategic challenge facing transition from relief to development. He also stressed the need to focus on international cooperation for reconstruction.

At the Humanitarian tent of the DMC-7, QRC signed a cooperation agreement with the Center for Conflict and Humanitarian Studies at the Doha Institute for Postgraduate Studies. The cooperation includes the exchange of experience and coordination between the two parties. (QNA)

Source: Qatar News Agency

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