Qatar Cancer Society (QCS) and Qatar Museums (QM) have signed an agreement to enhance collaboration for cancer awareness and in supporting patients emotionally and financially.

The agreement includes integrating community-oriented awareness activities into the cultural and artistic events organised by QM. QCS chairman HE Sheikh Dr Khalid bin Jabor al-Thani and QM CEO Mohammed Saad al-Rumaihi were the signatories.

Under this agreement, both parties will work to enhance awareness efforts by incorporating QCS activities into QM events and exhibitions.

QM will support these efforts by providing community workshops and interactive activities and supporting cancer survivors emotionally and financially; illuminating buildings in solidarity with the Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign and World Cancer Day and providing discount cards for cancer survivors.

Sheikh Dr Khalid said: "We believe that integrating health awareness activities with cultural and artistic events will significantly contribute to spreading important health messages and reaching a wide segment of the community.

“The collaboration with Qatar Museums will enable us to offer workshops and awareness lectures within a unique cultural and artistic environment, making awareness messages more impactful. Additionally, Qatar Museums' support for cancer survivors through dedicated activities and events reflects the spirit of co-operation and solidarity in the Qatari community."

Al-Rumaihi, added: "Our collaboration with Qatar Cancer Society marks a significant step in utilising cultural platforms to bolster community health initiatives. This partnership underscores our commitment to enriching lives through art and culture while advancing impactful societal causes. Together with Qatar Cancer Society, we strive to establish meaningful awareness and to support frameworks that resonate profoundly within our community."
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