The course, launched with the participation of 20 male and female students, aims to teach them the Holy Quran and the phonetic rules of Quranic recitation in addition to improving their level of reading and writing in Arabic, QC has said in a statement.
The Qatar Charity department of Centers for Community Development has said registration is still on for the course, which is offered every Monday and Wednesday from 4pm to 6pm. Qualified instructors will teach the students remotely during the three-month course.
The course comes within the framework of Qatar Charity's keenness to provide a suitable environment for young people and students to learn and improve their level of knowledge and meet the cultural, educational and social needs of society, the statement points out.
QC had previously organized training and educational programs remotely within the ‘Noon' platform, in which some 74 students, including five with special needs, were enrolled to learn about the correct recitation of the Holy Quran and the phonetic rules of Arabic. It also organized workshops to train girls on handicrafts, aiming to enhance their skills for their personal and societal benefit.
The ‘Noon' platform is the first of its kind in the field of remote teaching, training and empowering, the statement adds. The dedicated programs, implemented within the framework of the platform, cover various sections of the society such as children, youth, women, men and families in addition to people with special needs, orphans and volunteers in numerous fields.