Delivering a New Vision




QDVC aims at being the partner-of-choice, a socially-responsible leader: protecting the environment, consistent with human, social and economic developments aligned with the country’s vision, which is an important leverage and inspiration source for decision makers in Qatar who aim to act proactively and voluntarily to support the general development of the country.

For QDVC, Sustainable Development stands for meeting the needs of present generations without jeopardising the ability of futures generations to meet their own needs – in other words, a better quality of life for everyone, now and for generations to come. It offers a vision of progress that integrates immediate and longer-term objectives, local and global action, and regards social, economic and environmental issues as inseparable and interdependent components of human progress.

Qatar National Vision (QNV) 2030 is a development plan launched in October 2008 by the State of Qatar. The plan's development goals are divided into four central pillars: economic, social, human and environmental development. The aim is to:

"transform Qatar into an advanced society capable of achieving sustainable development by 2030”.

The definition of Sustainable Development According to the Brundtland Commission Report of 1987. "Development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs."




Within QDVC, Sustainable Development ties together the concern for the carrying capacity of natural systems with the social challenges, and conceptually, the field of sustainable development can be broken down to two constituent parts:



Our Vision is in line with the State’s vision. QDVC has implemented series of management strategies to reduce its environmental impact.



Social Responsibility

Our vision is to implement an outstanding Corporate Social Responsible (CSR) Programme at the closest of the Company’s core business, with a special attention on the welfare of migrants workers which are identified as potential vulnerable population.

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