The athletes with officials.
Qatar Charity (QC) has celebrated the wedding of 20 young athletes in the Gaza Strip as part of its social and relief projects.
QC funded the project for the benefit of talented athletes from different sport clubs across the Gaza Strip. It was implemented at a cost of QR120,500 in co-operation with Amwaj Sport.
QC’s social and relief projects aim to improve the conditions of the poor and the needy as well as support the youth and help them enjoy a stable life both psychologically and physically, according to a statement.
Mohamed Abu Halloub, QC’s office director in the Gaza Strip and superviser of the project, said: “We wish the couples a life full of faith and hope. QC will continue to support the different categories of Palestinian people.”
He also stressed that QC had been supporting athletes in the besieged Strip for nine years.
Abdul Salam Haneya, chief of the Amwaj Sport board of directors, commended Qatar’s role and QC’s efforts in the Gaza Strip. QC always supports different segments of the society and the service sector in the Gaza Strip, he noted.
The athletes, on their part, thanked QC for the project, which helped them settle down and start a family.
QC has also facilitated the marriage of people from other segments of the Palestinian society, such as the injured, persons with disabilities and athletes. In addition, it has implemented development projects in the fields of health, education and agriculture.
Supported by Qatar, QC had funded Umrah for 70 athletes from the Gaza Strip. Besides, QC organised a workshop for sports teachers in co-operation with the Ministry of Education in Palestine. It targeted 15 public schools in Jericho and Jerusalem.
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