In collaboration with the Ministry of Interior (MoI), the Ras Laffan Community Outreach Programme (Ras Laffan COP) recently launched the third edition of the "Bedar" community outreach initiative at Barwa Workers Recreation Complex in Al Khor with various programmes.
The activities included football, basketball, volleyball, tug of war and pushup competitions. Workers of 13 companies participating in the "Bedar3" initiative, attended the events. There were awareness presentations by six MoI departments handling Cyber Crimes, Criminal Investigation, Civil Defence, Community Policing, Human Rights and Drug Prevention.
Also, the sessions covered various laws, rules and services rendered to the communities through MoI departments.
The event marked the participation of more than 1,000 workers while an e-awareness campaign was launched to target the workers in the northern area of Qatar through social media platforms. The campaign is aimed at enhancing awareness of security, safety, social culture, physical fitness and health and hygiene.
Sheikha Al Anoud al-Thani, head of the Media Studies Section at the Public Relations Department of MoI, emphasised the importance of the Bedar3 initiative, which comes in line with the MoI’s strategic directions aimed at raising awareness among all residents in Qatar about the means of security and safety by promoting healthy communication between resident workers and the community.
Sheikha Dana al-Thani, senior official at the Ras Laffan COP, highlighted the programme's continuous support for sports and community activities in line with Qatar National Vision 2030, which primarily focuses on sports and its contribution to human development.
Saad al-Humaidi, community outreach officer of the Ras Laffan COP, said that the diverse events organised as part of Bedar3 reflect its significant interest in social responsibility.
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