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Qatar: More than 35 schools compete in "Goals for Good" To support Education Above All initiatives

Education Above All Foundation organized a tournament "goals for good" Which represents the launch of its Ramadan campaign with the participation of more than 35 schools in various regions of the country. Mrs. Taj Suleiman, Director of Partnerships at the Foundation, confirmed that this tournament reflects the commitment of “Education Above All” to the goals of sustainable development, including the fourth goal. "Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education, and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all, and the third goal "Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages"Seventeenth goal "Strengthening the means of implementation and revitalizing the global partnership for sustainable development"Noting the importance of this tournament in spreading awareness of the importance of education as a basic right for millions of marginalized and poor children worldwide, and establishing the principle of human leadership among school students in Qatar, in addition to collecting donations to support the selected foundation’s projects, which aim to educate the most vulnerable children in the world. She added that all sponsorship funds for this tournament will be used for educational foundation projects around the world, with a special focus on supporting children in Myanmar, Zanzibar, Somalia, Sudan, Mali, Cambodia, Qatar, and the ROTA program project. "Young volunteers for training and development" and the Al-Fakhoora program project to access higher education in Gaza, Syria, Turkey and Lebanon. These projects will also help marginalized and poor children gain opportunities and hope for a better future, which aims to provide and increase access to educational facilities and resources, and improve the quality of education. Mrs. Taj Suleiman explained that the tournament, which varied between football and drawing for boys and girls from 10 to 18 years, was attended by more than a thousand students, as the winning teams received a cup and certificates of appreciation, in addition to medals and prizes for the best player, best goal, and best goalkeeper. goal. She pointed out that the winners of the art competition, which was held under the slogan, were also announced "the semester for tomorrow", which centered on what the classroom would look like in the future, where the artworks were offered for sale at an amount of 100 riyals per work, to be donated to the projects of the Education Above All Foundation. mention that "goals for good" It aimed to encourage students to practice their favorite sports, collect donations and aid for countries in need, in addition to promoting the values ​​of tolerance, respect, and solidarity among young people.

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