Qatar Charity (QC) will participate in the Street Child World Cup Doha 2022, which will kick off in October. The participation will take place through the two teams of talented orphans sponsored by Qatar Charity’s Sudan and Bosnia and Herzegovina offices, along with other 26 teams from 25 countries. The SCWC 2022, which will be the fourth football World Cup, will take place in Qatar Foundation’s (QF) Education City, in cooperation with Street Child United and Qatar Fund for Development (QFFD).
The participation of Qatar Charity in the SCWC 200, which will take place from October 8 – 15, 2022, comes within the framework of the ‘Sports for Development and Peace’ initiative, and as a contribution to helping children through advocacy for their rights.
The event will bring young people from across the world together to take part in a football tournament, a festival of arts, and advocate for their rights and protection through a child-focused Congress and General Assembly.
Amongst the 28 teams, 10 will have refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) to take part in the tournament, which contains a call to bring about a positive change