SC Receives Qatar CSR Award for Best Sports Initiative

SC Receives Qatar CSR Award for Best Sports Initiative

Alkass Digital

The Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) represented by the Generation Amazing Foundation (GA) and Tamreen was recognized for its commitment to social programmes at the Qatar Conference and Exhibition on Social Responsibility (Qatar CSR Summit) hosted by Qatar University.

GA and Tamreen were awarded for their work in relation to leveraging the legacy of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, as the legacy of the tournament pays dividends across Qatar, the Middle East and globally.

Commenting on the occasion, Community Engagement and Commercial Development Executive Director at SC Khalid Al Naama said: "The legacy of Qatar 2022 continues to be felt across the country and around the world. Programmes like Generation Amazing and Tamreen embody our commitment to deliver a tournament that supports human, social and sustainability objectives, in line with Qatar National Vision 2030,"

Al Naama added: "It is great to see these programmes recognized by the Qatar CSR Summit. Their success is driven by support from the community and stakeholders, and we look forward to building on these foundations in future."

For his part, Generation Amazing Foundation Executive Director Nasser Al Khori said: "We are honored to receive the prestigious Qatar CSR Award this year, in recognition of the Generation Amazing Foundations commitment to using football as a catalyst for positive change and its role as the human and social legacy initiative of Qatar 2022."

"This award is testament to the tireless efforts of our dedicated team and partners who have worked passionately to create an inclusive and sustainable future. We extend our deepest gratitude to the Qatar CSR Summit for acknowledging our endeavor and inspiring us to expand our impact further. Together, we will continue empowering communities and building a lasting legacy of unity and social development through sport." Al Khori added.

Launched as part of the bid to host Qatar 2022, Generation Amazing utilizes football for development programmes to empower youth from marginalized communities around the world. Initiatives include community clubs, building football pitches and running training programmes to instill key life skills. Generation Amazing has engaged people in 75 countries and had a positive impact on more than 1 million people.

Tamreen was launched by SC in 2019, as an online platform offers educational resources to support students aged 8-18 in core curriculum areas. Tamreen covers a range of Qatar 2022 topics, including stadium designs and accessibility. The toolkits, lesson plans and activity sheets are available to teachers worldwide.