Posted on October 12, 2018

Captain Abdulla al Khanji, Chief Executive Officer of Mwani Qatar, inaugurated on Thursday the Mwani Qatar establishment at KidzMondo Doha during a ceremony held at the kid-sized city at Mall of Qatar attended by a number of the company's senior officials.

The partnership between Mwani Qatar and KidzMondo Doha aims to support educational efforts in Qatar and contribute to building future generations by offering them education in various fields related to maritime works, thus creating a generation that is idea-seeking, creative and innovative able to serve the national economy, supporting Qatar National Vision 2030. Within a fully branded and realistic Mwani Qatar establishment future generation will be able to get acquainted with the actor of Qatar's latest emerging industry and the various career opportunities that it offers; Kidizens will have the opportunity to simulate, experience and learn the work scope of a shipping captain, customs officer and a crane operator during educational, fun and interactive role-play activities. 

On this occasion, Captain al Khanji said:"It is our great pleasure to open one of the most important establishments in KidzMondo Doha, which will undoubtedly contribute to inspiring future leaders. The first establishment of its kind in KidzMondo Doha will help children to develop and become familiar with the real jobs in the maritime industry and provide them with the necessary skills and life-lessons that help them in their future tasks. "Mwani Qatar establishment in KidzMondo Doha, which will be a distinctive and qualitative addition to the educational efforts in the state, reflects our belief and keenness to build a bright generation capable of supporting Qatar's development and keeping pace with the rapid growth of the maritime transport sector in Qatar" al Khanji added.

Mwani Qatar operates under the guidance and supervision of the Ministry of Transport and Communications, and is responsible for Hamad Port and Al Ruwais Port, which are commercial ports, as well as the development of Doha Port into a cruise port.

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