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BQFP

(Bumpered QFP) An earlier QFP package with square plastic protrusions (the "bumpers") sticking out from each of its four corners. See QFP.
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In 2012, BQFP released its first volume of the Golden Guide for Children's Books, covering the best Arabic-language titles for ages 2 to 10 as an educational resource for parents and teachers.
BQFP, a member of Qatar for Education, Science and Community Development (QF), said that by presenting the outside world with exceptional literary works of Gulf and Arab writers such as The Hidden Light of Objects, it is supporting QF in its mission of fostering a progressive, engaged society appreciative of its heritage.
Owned by Qatar Foundation and managed by Bloomsbury Publishing, the Doha-based BQFP has three major objectives- to publish books of excellence and originality in English and Arabic; to promote love of reading and writing and achieve the transfer of publishing and related skills into Qatar through regular internships.
Prior to signing the contract with BQFP to translate After Coffee , I arranged to meet the author, Abdelrashid Mahmoudi, aptly at the Eros statue in London's Piccadilly Circus.
BQFP's educational programmes developer Amira Abed said: "An essential part of the workshop is to promote the various extents of the librarian's role not only inside the library, but outside of it as well." Guest speaker Beverly Stubbs, head of Libraries and Media Center at Qatar Academy, spoke about the qualities a librarian should have.
We are excited about the new concepts and aspects of translation and interpretation which they will bring to the table, and which are so important in this globalised village that is our world today." Dr Amal al Malki and Hanouf al Buainain, director of BQFP welcomed the guests representing over 20 nationalities.
Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation Publishing (BQFP) launched a collection of essays entitled Gulf Women at a function yesterday evening at the Georgetown School of Foreign Service in Qatar (SFS-Q).
The conference began with opening remarks from renowned names such as Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation Publishing (BQFP) author Ahdaf Soueif, Executive Director of the Translation and Interpreting Institute (TII) Amal al Malki, as well as representatives from the organising partners BQFP and the British Council.
Suzuma who describes herself as having been "desperate to work with authors whose experiences were different from my own, desperate to work with translators who could open up worlds different from my own" enjoyed her work at BQFP, "identifying talent across the Middle East and working to promote it internationally."
Katara, the Cultural Village and Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation Publishing (BQFP) yesterday said that they have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) "to reaffirm Doha's stature as a growing intellectual and media hub in the region".
BLOOMSBURY Qatar Foundation Publishing (BQFP) and Al Jazeera Children's Channel (JCC) on Tuesday launched the first series of books, The Huge Wave and The Egg for preschoolers.
The five-year parternship — launched with great fanfare at a party hosted by Queen Elizabeth — has had its ups and downs.There's been the successful launch of BQFP authors in English, such as Kuwaiti novelist Saud Alsanousi, with his International Prize for Arabic Fiction (IPAF)-winning The Bamboo Stalk , translated by Jonathan Wright.