Nama has launched Empowerment and Entrepreneurship mobile application to introduce its services and growth opportunities available for youth development, innovation, and constructive interaction with the society. The application has been developed in collaboration with iHorizons, a leading provider of business solutions and technology services in the Arab World, by a specialized mobile applications development team. The application is easy to use, available in both Arabic and English languages and can be downloaded through Apple App Store and Google Play Store. Read More

Nama application allows visitors to view the content and services of individuals and projects provided by Nama Center. The application displays the details of the services and their advantages, such as the training workshops provided, and the terms and conditions for submission and participation in these workshops. The application also provides an interactive youth discussion platform to discuss key issues that are important to young people and their needs, in addition to surveys for the beneficiaries of Nama development services.

Mr. Mohamad Takriti, CEO of iHorizons, assured that the company has devoted all its expertise and capabilities to complete this project in a timely manner. "It is an honor for iHorizons that Nama has placed their trust in us to implement this exciting project and we look forward to future cooperation in order to achieve further success”, he added.


About iHorizons:

iHorizons is a leading Internet software and eBusiness solution provider. Founded in 1994 in Qatar. iHorizons has a team of specialized and talented Internet professionals.

iHorizons works with prominent clients like Al Jazeera, Ooredoo, government agencies, and other large enterprises providing them with services in the areas of Internet portals, business process automation, managed operations, IT program management, IT consulting, and cloud computing services. Our flagship applications are Ooredoo – Qatar and Algeria, Baaz in the USA, Alrabay Aljadeed Newspaper in London, and Camel Racing Committee in Qatar.