Qatar Chamber hosts a meeting with Tanzanian recruitment agencies


Qatar Chamber hosted on Tuesday a meeting between representatives of Qatari recruitment offices and a delegation representing Tanzanian recruitment agencies.

The meeting discussed manpower co-operation and regulating the use of expatriate workers, as well as coordination between Qatari agencies and their Tanzanian counterparts.

On his part, Assistant Director General for Government Relations and Committees Affairs, Qatar Chamber, Ali Bu Sherbak Al Mansouri said that the meeting aims at enhancing cooperation between both sides, and discussing

the views of the recruitment agencies in the two countries to facilitate the recruitment of Tanzanian workers to Qatar, noting that the Chamber welcomes the recruitment of skilled workers from Tanzania and benefit from them in the projects being implemented in the country.

In turn, Tanzanian Permanent Secretary, Prime Minister’s Office (Labour, Youth, Employment and Persons with Disability) Jamal Katundu thanked the Ministry of Labour and Qatar Chamber for their interest to meet with Tanzanian recruitment agencies, indicating that the aim of the delegation’s visit to Qatar is to promote Tanzanian employment and get acquainted with recruitment procedures adopted by Qatar.

He looked forward to enhancing coordination between the two sides and exchanging information on the Qatari market and the most prominent professions required in the services, construction, and other sectors.

During the meeting, Najlaa Al Ishaq, gave a presentation on employment laws in Qatar, including Law No. 15 of 2017 on service workers in the home (“Domestic Workers Law”.

She also reviewed the services provided by the Ministry’s Employment Offices Section.

The Tanzanian delegation reviewed the most important features of Tanzanian employment and the training procedures and programmes for those who are seeking for jobs, stressing that efforts were being made to qualify the worker before entering the Qatari labour market.

They indicated that they were keen to meet with the recruitment offices in Qatar.

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