10 Pioneering Projects Rolled out Within First Round of FOZDEAL During “Made in Qatar” Exhibition- 1

The fourth project and winner of the FOZDEAL award was a project presented by Dr. Mahjouba Dawoud, who resides in Qatar. Her project was an integrated camel meat processing unit consisting of several parts, including a unit for cutting and canning fresh camel meat and displaying it in commercial stores, whether fresh or frozen, due to its lack of availability in major commercial markets, and a unit for drying and canning camel meat, a unit for canning camel milk, in addition to a unit for by-products that can be obtained from camels, where all camels from skin to bone, in addition to meat and fat, can be used to extract cosmetic and therapeutic products from camels.

The fifth project was titled oven lavin, created by Safiya Al Shaib, which is a training institute and production center specializing in distinct types of bread. The sixth project was a Qatari central kitchen project that includes a group of brands under one roof.

The kitchen is provided for those wishing to invest in the field of restaurants. Hospitality is the opportunity to establish their project for less than 80 percent of the normal costs and effort and gives them the opportunity to cooperate with a distinguished group of restaurants and joint projects in the kitchen, at a cost not exceeding QR 200,000.

The seventh project was presented by Abdulaziz Al Hajri and consisted of two projects in converting hydrogen energy into other uses. The first project was a generator powered by hydrogen or solar energy that could be used as an alternative to the regular gas cylinder for cooking work and lighting fires in a healthy and less expensive manner than gas. While the project was the second is an iron welding device that runs on hydrogen energy and is completely safe for its users in addition to using clean energy.

Abdulaziz explained his idea of establishing a factory that would export this technology abroad, as the size of the required investment ranges from about USD 1.5 million.

The eighth project was presented by Fathia Al Kharusiyya, which is an application for rapid intervention and emergencies in Qatar. This application enables all groups, especially those with disabilities, to have effective and rapid access to emergency services of all kinds and facilitates the process of assisting those in need in emergencies via direct call technology, video, text message, or even sending the website, she confirmed.

Her desire for a specialized government agency to adopt the project for humanitarian uses before the commercial aspect, notwithstanding the fact that the project idea is financially profitable.

As for the ninth project, it was presented by Tarfa Saad Al Zaraa, and it was a diverse commercial center that embraces Qatari projects that produce materials that do not have an expiration date, so that it provides a display platform for all projects at nominal costs and helps them in the process of managing sales, inventory, and marketing, which encourages small and home-based projects to enter the market. It has minimal risk and subsequent expansion based on recorded sales volume.

The last and tenth project, presented by Salem Mohammed. It was a Qatari factory specializing in plastic recycling and manufacturing various products used in the Qatari environment that are sustainable, such as a gypsum alternative, an interlock alternative, and a brick alternative, in addition to the fact that the company offers courses in plastic recycling to schools as a form of spreading awareness of preserving the environment.

Source: Qatar News Agency