Aspire Zone Foundation (AZF) has successfully concluded its second edition of the ‘Summer Camp’ following four weeks of edutainment and sport activities for more than 250 children aged six to 13 years old.
This year’s programme included a blend of field trips to the National Museum of Qatar, Katara’s Thuraya Planetarium, and KidZania Doha, as well as a variety of sporting activities, including athletics, gymnastics, aerobics, long jump, tennis, badminton, swimming lessons, and training sessions in basketball, handball, taekwondo, football and volleyball.
Commenting on the successful conclusion of ‘2019 Summer Camp’, Abdulla Aman Alkhater, director of Venues and Events at AZF, said: “More than 250 children have invested their free summer time in useful and energetic educational and sports activities.
Our experts have been keen to provide the best experience for them. We look forward to organising the winter edition during the upcoming school break, so that more children can enjoy the taste of what AZF offers to the youngsters.”
The ‘2019 Summer Camp’ was organised in partnership with Katara – the Cultural Village Foundation, KidZania, National Museum of Qatar, Cage Sport, Planet Medical Centre, and STEM Xplorers.
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