Qatar Youth Hostels signed a co-operation agreement with Qatar Olympic Academy to provide better service to families and particularly youth, in line with Qatar National Vision 2030 which calls for investing in youth and their ability to innovate.
Executive Manager Mohamed bin Mahdi al-Yami said in a statement released to the press that the agreement seeks to enhance co-operation and exchange of expertise between the two sides.
He added that Qatar Olympic Academy is a leading institution in the field of providing sports services and activities to youth. He said the agreement includes establishing a joint team that will come up with creative solutions to realise the goals of both institutions in empowering youth in development. Al-Yami noted that Qatar Youth Hostels is committed to realising youth's ambitions in all fields.
Chief executive of Qatar Olympic Academy said that the institution is a regional educational centre that offers a number of academic programmes, all of which are concerned with youth. On the agreement, he said that it will activate a number of services and will integrate the two organisations' offerings not just domestically but also at the Arab and international levels. The two sides will also co-operate in planning strategies in the field of youth empowerment.
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