Qur'anic Botanic Garden organises workshops for girls – Gulf Times

The Qur’anic Botanic Garden (QBG), an initiative of Qatar Foundation, in collaboration with the women’s branch of Eid Charity, recently hosted students from the Girls Summer Club – under Eid Charity – as part of its ongoing 2017 Ghars Campaign activities, which encourage students to preserve and nurture the environment in Qatar.QBG organised a range of activities over two days in Oxygen Park, Education City, including interactive educational games, mazes, puzzles, and cultural activities highlighting plant life and the environment.As part of QBG’s focus on agriculture and planting, the students were given tips on planting seeds and caring for plants, and planted tree seeds by hand.QNG project manager Fatma Saleh al-Khulaifi said: “We are delighted to be working with Eid Charity for the second consecutive year. The workshops and activities provided by QBG proved a huge success for the students, who all enjoyed their time at Oxygen Park.”Ameena Ma’arfya, general manager of Eid Charity’s women’s branch, expressed her delight with the visit, which she said helped children learn about the health benefits of the plants, fruits, and trees mentioned in the Qur’an, through technical workshops and various interactive games.She added that the women’s branch intends to strengthen community partnerships that support the upbringing of current generations.Since it was initiated in 2011, the Ghars Campaign has targeted multiple segments of society in Qatar, promoting the “greening” of cities and the protection of the environment.The campaign aims to enhance the local environment by planting 2022 trees through various activities throughout the year in support of Qatar’s hosting of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.


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