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Helping fulfill qatar’s vision 2030

‘We are set to fulfill the vision of Sheikha Mozah to prepare the people of Qatar to meet the challenges of an ever-changing world’

Qatar has become adept at offering an ideal balance of the ancient and the modern in its social, economic and cultural practices. DOHALAND’s practices are perfectly in line with this vision, and the company is striving to help the nation reach its 2030 development goals.

DOHALAND bases its business on five pillars: heritage and culture, innovation, sustainability, enrichment and environment. According to the firm, it is ready to contribute to the Qatar Vision 2030 project and supply ideal real estate.

“What we are pursuing at DOHALAND is not the easiest or quickest development strategy. Our projects require significant research and will involve the input of a diverse group of people around the world. We have taken a road which will be challenging, but the product will certainly justify the work,” says CEO Issa Al Mohannadi.

“We are embarking on a mission to enhance and contribute to the social dynamism, cultural heritage and quality of life in Doha, Qatar, and beyond. DOHALAND projects will provide a dynamic modern lifestyle that exists in harmony with its surroundings, and empowers our human potential to grow and flourish.”

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