Officials in several countries praise the "FIFA Qatar 2022 for All" initiative

The 'FIFA Qatar 2022 for All: Sharing the Joy of Refugees and Displaced Persons' initiative launched by the State of Qatar has been praised by governmental and local authorities in many countries that Qatar Charity is supervising its implementation in cooperation with its partners. The initiative, which was launched in conjunction with the Qatar World Cup 2022, aims to share the joy with the refugees and the displaced inside the camps and allow them to watch the matches and enjoy the various World Cup activities in the camps of 6 countries: Jordan, Bangladesh, Sudan, Somalia, northern Syria, Kenya. Somalia In the Shbilli camp, the largest camp for the displaced in Somalia, the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Sports and Youth in the Najal region, Mr. Saeed Hassan, shared with the displaced the joy of inaugurating the fans' area. On the sidelines of his participation, he said, 'We came here to share the joy of the displaced and refugees watching the World Cup, and I hope that this event will be a starting point for social cohesion and cohesion among the camp's residents, adding that holding this great event in State of Qatar is a source of pride for Muslims and Arabs.' For his part, Mr. Abdul Karim Adam Hussein, Social Affairs Officer of the Municipality of Jarowi, revealed, 'This event contributes to improving the psychological state of the drought-affected displaced people in the local community, and enhancing social care for them throughout the event, which lasts an entire month.' Syrian interior In northern Syria, the fans' areas in the Al-Kaiba camp in the Al-Rai area had a remarkable presence of the displaced, with the participation of the Turkish Disaster and Emergency Management Coordinator (AFAD) in the city of Al-Rai, Mr. Niazi Demir, who expressed his thanks to the State of Qatar and Qatar Charity for this initiative. He said, 'This tent has a great impact, as more than 2,000 people live in the camp, who are unable to participate or hold any social event. Thanks to the State of Qatar, and this tent, this camp has become a special place to watch the events of the 2022 World Cup and enjoy watching its matches.' Bangladesh In the Bhasan Char camps, more than 6,000 Rohingya refugees, in addition to orphaned children sponsored by Qatar Charity in Bangladesh, enjoyed watching the 2022 FIFA World Cup matches. The opening ceremony of the fans’ area in Bhasan Char camp was attended by many camp officials who expressed their gratitude to the State of Qatar and Qatar Charity. Tariq Al-Islam, a government official in the camp, said in his opening speech: “The effort of Qatar Charity and other organizations is commendable, and I hope the refugees will enjoy the event.” Which lasts for a month in a fun sports atmosphere. Darfur- Sudan In Darfur, the fan zones were inaugurated in a sporting and cultural atmosphere with the participation of the displaced from the camps (Abu Shouk, Zamzam, and Abuja), in the presence of the Minister of Youth and Sports and several government officials in Darfur. Mr. Tajuddin Ibrahim Al-Taher, Commissioner for Voluntary Return and Resettlement in the Darfur states, thanked the State of Qatar for this initiative and described the establishment of areas for fans as a brilliant gesture by the organizers, and it will have a good impact and a great impact on the souls of the displaced and the citizens of North Darfur. In addition to Qatar Charity, several entities, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Qatar Fund for Development, the Qatar Red Crescent, the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, and bein Sports network, are participating in organizing the 'FIFA Qatar 2022 for All: Sharing the Joy of Refugees and Displaced' initiative.


Qatar Charity responds to the urgent appeal of a Syrian family
With the increasing cold of winter in the camps for the displaced inside Syria, the dilapidated tent of 'Umm Hussein' and her orphaned children fell. She did not find shelter for herself and her five children, so she sat in the open air This family would be prolonged if Qatar Charity intervened urgently and provided them with an alternative shelter in a time that took less than 24 hours. in less than a day The story of this woman and her orphaned children was urgently received by the Qatar Charity teams, which are closely following the situation of the displaced inside Syria, as part of the ‘Warm Hearts’ ' campaign and under the slogan 'Don't wait for winter to come.' The urgent response to her humanitarian situation, which was launched by Qatar Charity to face the dangers of winter for the year 2022-2023, took place. Where the teams moved to the Zaytoun camp near Azaz, where this woman lives, and a tent was installed for this family and equipped with all winter supplies, and winter clothes were provided to her children within one day. Umm Hussein says: 'After I lost my tent, I sent a call to charitable people, and there were those who delivered this call to Qatar Charity, and they immediately responded to the call with gratitude, and they quickly installed a new tent for me and my children. I cannot describe my joy and the joy of my children, and I hope that everyone who lost their tent in this cold will be helped because I went through this very difficult situation. Thank you to the good people in Qatar and thank you to Qatar Charity for what they have done. To donate to the campaign It is noteworthy that the campaign aims to support the good people in Qatar, reaching more than 1.2 million displaced people, refugees, and needy families in areas of crises, disasters, and poor communities in 15 countries around the world, as well as launching an initiative for rapid intervention in emergencies, an initiative for the elderly and assistance to workers. Qatar Charity urges philanthropists to continue supporting the campaign to reach the largest possible number of needy groups across the world and mitigate the severity of the dangers of winter on them and their families. Donation options are in cash, or by requesting a mobile collection representative or via the website As well as through Qatar Charity collectors and donation funds in commercial complexes.
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In conjunction with the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, Qatar Charity supervises fan zones in IDPs and refugee camps
The ‘Qatar FIFA 2022 for All: Celebrating Football with Refugees and Displaced people’ initiative has kicked off, in conjunction with the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. The initiative aims to share the joy of the world cup with refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) living in camps and allow them to watch the world cup matches and events by setting up fan zones in several countries. Qatar Charity supervises the fan zones in the camps of six countries, which are Jordan, Syria, Sudan, Kenya, Bangladesh, and Somalia. The fan zones aim to alleviate the suffering of the refugees and IDPs, give them hope for a better life, restore normalcy to their lives, contribute to building positive relations between refugees and their host communities, and enhance social cohesion through entertainment and cultural programs. A Variety of Activities The fan zones will have live broadcasts of the world cup matches daily and will hold sports and entertainment activities for children and youth, in addition to distributing sportswear, footballs, and meals to the refugees and DPs, encouraging the families to attend the event, and holding two singing concerts and virtual tournaments. “This initiative aims to share the joy of the Qatar World Cup 2022 with the IDPs, refugees, and vulnerable communities, and highlight their issues and conditions, based on our belief that sport is the right of everyone, and its role in the peace and development of all communities,” said Mr. Nawaf Abdullah Al Hammadi, CEO's Assistant for International Operations and Programs at Qatar Charity. He also emphasized the importance of sport as more than just a recreational activity for the IDPs and refugees, noting its ability to provide an opportunity for integration, protection, development, growth, and psychological support. In addition to Qatar Charity, the initiative is participated in by many bodies, including the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Qatar Fund for Development, the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy (SC), the Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS), and beINSPORTS.
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Coinciding with International Children's Day "Rofaqa" affiliated with Qatar Charity...extended achievements and distinguished quality projects
In conjunction with the upcoming 9th anniversary of the launch of the 'Rofaqa' initiative, which coincides with International Children's Day, which falls on the 20th of this November; Qatar Charity continues its efforts in the field of social care and sponsorship of orphans around the world through this initiative, as the number of those sponsored through it has reached more than 190,000. The launch of Qatar Charity has been associated with orphans in name and activity, as it started as a community volunteer initiative in 1987 under the Qatar Committee for the Orphan Sponsor Project. Its name was changed to Qatar Charity to work in all areas of relief and development work as a non-governmental humanitarian organization since 1992, and the total number of sponsors has reached Qatar Charity since 2006 to 532,220 sponsored. The number of sponsored persons in 2013 (before the establishment of the Rofaqa initiative) was 28,500 orphans, but now this number has increased under the initiative to 190,243. Economic empowerment Orphans benefit from the training activities that are held for them, such as workshops, lectures, and entertainment, trips, camps, competitions, and sports matches that are organized by orphan supervisors or officials of orphanages centers. Orphans and sponsored families also benefit from seasonal projects and campaigns such as Eid clothing, zakat al-Fitr, aid for winter campaigns, and school bags, as the number of beneficiaries in (2019-2022) reached about 8,297,218 people, and the families of orphans and sponsored families also benefited from the number of income-generating projects that were implemented Allocating it to them at the rate of 45,336 projects. The wish of 245,902 orphaned and poor children has been fulfilled through the 'My Wish' initiative. guarantees inside Qatar Qatar Charity attaches great importance to orphans and children of low-income families inside Qatar, as it currently sponsors 870 orphans through the “Future Leaders” program, 11 students, 28 families, and two people with special needs as well. It is also keen to provide food assistance within seasonal projects and periodic educational assistance to them. Typical cities and centers In continuation of its qualitative efforts in social care, which fall within the framework of its “Rofaqa” initiative, Qatar Charity has been keen to establish model cities and multi-service centers for orphaned children and their surrounding communities, each of which includes multiple facilities such as homes, basic and schools, clinics, internal departments for student housing, mosques, workshops, water wells. The number of projects implemented by the initiative reached 71 qualitative projects to build, operate and support orphan centers, in addition to 232 multi-service centers that include multiple facilities targeting orphan families with various activities. Qatar Charity has also established model cities for orphans and poor students, including two cities in Sudan. The first is the model city of Sheikha Aisha bint Hamad bin Abdullah Al-Attiyah in Sudan, which is an integrated city for the care of orphans and their families, as it consists of 200 homes for orphan families, two secondary schools, a kindergarten, a mosque, a vocational training center, and artesian wells. As well as Taiba Educational City, which was built on an area of ​​​​9 thousand square meters and includes several facilities, the most important of which are a basic education school, a secondary school, and a health center equipped to serve students and their families and the areas surrounding the city, in addition to various administrative facilities, dining halls, activities, and facilities for sports activities. As well as an internal housing for orphans that can accommodate 500 orphans. awards Qatar Charity won 4 regional awards for excellence in social care between 2014-2022, and it is also proud of the many success stories that have been achieved through Rofaqa initiative, where many of its sponsors have become ministers, members of parliament or officials Locals, academics, company directors, businessmen, doctors, engineers, sports champions. Through the Rufaqa initiative, donations can be made to the “Your Sponsorship Makes a Hero” campaign through the Qatar Charity website QCH.QA/champion, or through the Qatar Charity application QCH.QA/APP, as well as by requesting the home collection service through the application, or by calling the hotline at 44290000 or via 27 branches spread across the country and through 97 collection points in commercial complexes.
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