Doha International Family Institute (DIFI)
معهد الدوحة الدولي للأسرة
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Set up 2006, as Doha International Institute for Family Studies and Development (DIIFSD). Mandate based upon Doha Declaration on the Family, as noted by UN General Assembly (A/RES/59/111), 6 Dec 2004. Operates within framework of Qatar Foundation.
Foster knowledge on Arab families and advance family policies through research; promote development of policies to strengthen and support families at national, regional and international levels; build networks and facilitate transfer of knowledge and best practices to strengthen Arab families.
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