Silatech

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Silatech
Formation2008 (2008)
TypePrivate
HeadquartersDoha, Qatar
Key people
Moza bint Nasser, founder
Sabah Ismail AlHaidoos, acting CEO
Websitesilatech.com

Silatech (Arabic: صلتک) is a private, international and non-governmental organization in Qatar, founded by Moza bint Nasser in 2008, mother of the current Emir of Qatar. The current CEO of this organization is Sabah Ismail AlHaidoos. Silatech try to create new job for young people (18 to 30 years old) in Arab world by teaching them. By 2016, Silatech has created over than 200,000 jobs for Arab people and Silatech is active in 16 countries. The Founding partners of Silatech include Cisco, Gallup, and ImagineNations.[1]

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