Qatar’s one-of-a-kind miniature edutainment city KidzMondo Doha has signed a partnership agreement with leading Qatar-based international construction services company UrbaCon Trading and Contracting (UCC), adding another establishment to the learning experience that the kid-sized indoor theme park aims to cultivate in youngsters’ minds.
The partnership will allow young visitors to engage in parallel activities for design, procurement and construction and give them the chance to indulge in “yet another rewarding and educational activity”, KidzMondo Doha and UCC officials have stressed.
Through this partnership, KidzMondo Doha is “carrying on its practice of collaborating with premier establishments in various industries and disciplines, emanating from its vision of providing the best educational and entertaining experience to children”, according to a statement.
Nabil R Barakat, general manager of KidzMondo Doha, and Glyn Thomas, chief operating officer at UCC, expressed pleasure at signing the agreement.
KidzMondo Doha is regarded as the “city of education and entertainment” and features an interactive kid-sized city developed for and managed solely by children, aged between two
and 14 years.
The self-sufficient city, with its own economy and currency (Kidlars), includes over 80 real-life simulation activities across diverse business environments and allows children to dress up and role-play realistic tasks in a safe, interactive and educational environment.
The city has been designed to provide a fun-filled and holistic learning experience in order to support physical and mental growth in youngsters as well as help them boost their
self-esteem and confidence.
The activities will support social, artistic, creative and cognitive development, among others, while unlocking imagination and creativity in children and empowering them with knowledge, essential skills and life-lessons that will help them become well-versed individuals and prepare them for the professional world of adults with confidence and courage.
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