Cultural Village Foundation (Katara) concluded Tuesday its summer camp, a event that offered a variety of entertainment and educational activities for children aged 10 to 13.
Katara's Director of Public Relations and Communications Department Salem Mabkhout Al Marri said this year's event included many activities that focused on the educational, cultural and recreational aspects, which showed great interaction from children and their parents.
The activities helped children to boost discovery, knowledge and self-development and promote national identity and other values, he said.
The General Directorate of Civil Defense presented Safe Summer 2023 initiative, which it implements as part of its awareness plan about common errors that cause fires in the summer, whether in homes, institutions or facilities.
Nomas Center organized several workshops on the authentic Qatari heritage and customs by qualified and experienced Qatari trainers.
The Shooting Club also allocated a fully equipped pavilion for shooting training under supervision specialized trainers. The Qatar Red Crescent Society also provided training workshops to introduce the basics of first aid and sound health rules, in addition to religious awareness activities and events presented by scholars of the Ministry of Endowments (Awqaf) and Islamic Affairs.
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