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The Department of Culture, Qatar Voluntary Center, in collaboration with the Executive Committee on Heritage, on Wednesday, organized a workshop at Qatar University to present the terms and conditions of volunteering at the FIFA World Cup 2022 and the importance of knowledge in serving the community and building a positive personal experience during such a huge international event.

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The workshop was held with the support of Tomah for Social Development. The workshop discussed the key aspects of the process and the various stages of registration, emphasizing that the target number of volunteers is set at 20,000, which will work in various fields and sectors throughout the competition.

During her speech, Qatar Voluntary Center deputy director Aisha Yousef al-Tamimi highlighted the ultimate goal of volunteerism helping others and spreading happiness, noting that Islamic teachings encourage devotion to the spread of love among people. The number of volunteers from the country which includes both citizens and citizens will be 75% of the total while the remaining 25% will be selected from qualified applicants from around the world.

The minimum qualifying age is 18 years and the applicant must have at least a knowledge of English. Each qualified volunteer is scheduled to work on at least 10 shifts in each event, which will be allocated to the volunteer in the future of the selection process while other volunteer responsibilities are considered.

Each selected volunteer will be trained in three phases before qualifying for the FIFA World Cup. Meanwhile, the workshop stressed that there will be no financial benefits from volunteering. Instead, volunteers are expected to benefit greatly from the experience, in addition to receiving various free services such as food and public transportation during the event.

All volunteers will receive a certificate recognizing their role in the competition. After the workshop, the Qatar Voluntary Center honored volunteers who participated in the 27th Rabat International Book Fair, the Ramadan Book Fair, and the fourth edition of the International Federation of Sports Press Awards.

Female volunteers benefit from Generation Amazing football during development times

Qatari female volunteers take part in soccer during the development of the FIFA World Cup Generation Amazing Foundation Qatar World Cup 2022 program presented by the Executive Committee for Heritage (SC). Held at the recently launched Generation Amazing Community Club at Al Egla Training Facility in Lusail, the weekly sessions aim to teach important football life skills, such as communication, organization, teamwork, and leadership while promoting inclusion and gender equality. For more to know about Qatar World Cup tickets Click here.

Participants have supported several major events organized by SC, including the FIFA Club World Cup and the FIFA Arab Cup. Generation Amazing's Marketing and Communications Director, Moza Al Mohannadi, said the times were helping to leave the history of the FIFA World Cup in South Africa. These sessions equip women and help them learn skills that will help them in their professional and personal lives, she said.

We are proud to offer these opportunities to women who have played an active role in supporting the delivery of major events across the country. Several research leaders started as participants in the Generation Amazing era proving the impact of this project. One of the study leaders, Yasmeen Shabsough, is the Coordinator of Team Services and Performance at the FIFA World Cup 2022 LLC. She has previously played for the Jordan women's soccer team.

Planning programs like these are important before hosting the Football World Cup, Shabough said. South African women have been part of several testing events and will be part of the success of the tournament later this year. It is good to learn about football and to give something back to the community.  Veronicah Mburu, from Kenya, believes the participation will support her bid to become a FIFA World Cup volunteer by the end of this year.

It's amazing to be part of a community of women who love football like me. At the same time, this is a great opportunity to work on our development while getting to know each other. We make friends for life, says Mburu. I have learned many skills, including leadership and teamwork. These are valuable assets for me as I hope to be a World Cup volunteer to help host the world at my second home in November and December, he added.

Launched by SC in 2010, Generation Amazing operates internationally, including in Qatar, India, Jordan, Lebanon, Myanmar, Nepal, Oman, Pakistan, the Philippines, Rwanda, and Uganda. Through its developmental football program, the foundation has had a positive impact on more than 750,000 people and aims to surpass one million beneficiaries before the end of 2022.

Qatar Airways will upgrade Melbourne flights in October

Qatar Airways will be expanding its Doha, and Melbourne flights from the current daily schedule to two daily flights from October 1 with the support of the Victoria Government. The airline and the Victorian Government have signed a strategic agreement to expand communications in Melbourne to boost trade and tourism. Qatar Airways Group chief executive Akbar Al Baker said: Melbourne is Qatar Airways' first home in Australia, and we are very pleased to improve our operations there, as evidence of our strong need and deep commitment to Australia.

We look forward to welcoming more passengers to experience our five-star treatment, such as the round trip from Melbourne to many cities around the world through our Doha harbor in Qatar. The launch of the daily flight to Melbourne ahead of the Qatar World Cup 2022 will allow more football fans to travel to attend their games. The Minister of Support and Industry, Ben Carroll, said: For more to know about Football World Cup tickets Click here.

International aviation support supports our economy and we will continue to work with airlines such as Qatar Airways to establish and expand routes to Melbourne to boost local operations. Melbourne Airport Chief Executive Officer Lorie Argus said: There is a great need to travel internationally from Melbourne, and these additional facilities could not arrive on time as the FIFA World Cup kicked off in November.

It is exciting to see flights like Qatar Airways add extra volume to Melbourne, as long as they are an international airline and can send their flights anywhere in a big vote of confidence for our city. Qatar Airways is already a favorite for passengers traveling to the Middle East or Europe, and considering their relationship with both Virgin Australia and Qantas, we expect these new airlines to become more popular.

The additional Melbourne schedule includes a leg to Canberra, which officially restores daily contact between Doha and Canberra from October 1st. An additional daily plan will be used by the Boeing 777-300ER, which includes the award-winning QSuite Business Class. The airline will use a total of 40 weekly flights to Australia for this network upgrade.

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