Doha, April 03 (QNA) – The Ministry of Sports and Youth and Qatar Charity celebrated Monday the graduation of 20 young men and women who participated in the Fazaa Al Adaam Youth program, a program seeking to prepare youth leaders in the field of humanitarian and development work, in a ceremony that brought together HE Minister of Sports and Youth Salah bin Ghanem Al Ali, CEO of Qatar Charity Yousef bin Ahmed Al Kuwari and HE Ambassador of the United States of America to the State Timmy Davis.

The first edition of the program sought to train and provide 20 young men and women with the foundations and standards of humanitarian and development work locally and internationally, through an integrated training program that included 16 training workshops.

The program focused on informing the participants practically about the experiences of managing humanitarian work, by organizing a trip to Kosovo in coordination with the Qatar Charity office in the capital, Pristina, to see the efforts made by the State of Qatar and its charitable institutions in helping vulnerable groups, providing their basic needs, and visiting the places that have been provided for them and the institutions that sponsor them.

The program also touched on the methods of preparing and planning humanitarian projects, as the program ended with distributing the participants to a number of teams, and assigning each team to prepare an integrated and applicable project in one of the areas of humanitarian work. (QNA)


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