Josoor Institute and SC deliver workshops to community leaders 

In collaboration with the Josoor Institute, the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy has conducted capacity-building workshops for local community leaders.

Qatar, Algeria, Morocco, Lebanon, Tunisia, Sri Lanka, Germany, France, Japan, and India attended the workshops. A variety of topics were covered in sessions that included the role of leadership, teamwork, creativity, planning, and effective communication.

“Our different community groups will help to showcase Qatar’s diverse population during major tournaments, including the FIFA Arab Cup, which is just around the corner. These sessions will equip our communities with the knowledge and skillset they need to deliver engaging activities while ensuring our tournaments leave a legacy for the arts, culture and entertainment sectors,” said Khaled Al Suwaidi, the SC’s Stakeholder Relations Director

Afraa Al Noaimi, Executive Director at Josoor Institute, said: “We are delighted to support the SC and our various community groups in the lead up to the FIFA Arab Cup. At Josoor, we believe in the power of learning to transform lives. Major events like the FIFA Arab Cup offer a golden opportunity for people to learn new skills.”

Sandrine Lescaroux, the French community representative, said: “The topics addressed will help us create meaningful experiences for the community and fans alike. It’s an amazing experience to be part of the FIFA Arab Cup. I am honoured to be leading my community’s involvement at these events.

Lenny Cramer, from the Sri Lankan community, said: “It’s truly exciting to be part of the FIFA Arab Cup. The workshops helped us to think outside the box and come up with creative ways to entertain and engage with fans. The Sri Lankan community is thrilled to provide Qatar with all the support it needs, every step of the way.”

A total of 60 community representatives have been added to the SC’s network since 2015. Thousands of people will be engaged to provide a meaningful and rich experience for visitors as the FIFA World Cup approaches.

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