This year's Doha Forum will feature an exhibition by Digital Citizen Fund's BRITE (Building Resilience Through Innovation, Technology, and Education) Initiative, dedicated to the provision of STEAM education for women and girls in Afghanistan, as well as other developing countries. Powered by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the State of Qatar, the exhibition will showcase work of the Afghan Girls Robotics Team -- the "Afghan Dreamers" -- as well as work from students engaged in other BRITE educational programming.
Education Above All
Audacious Goals: Sampling Our Global Reach to out of School Children
Since its inception in 2012, EAC has focussed squarely on increasing access to quality primary education amongst the world's most vulnerable OOSC, regardless of the circumstance. As of Q4 2021, EAC has been active in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean, and Western Asia with a total of 88 projects, across 55 countries and 45 partners. All together, more than 10.7 million children have been reached the world over through its most extensive approach, an At-Risk Initiative and the ZERO OOSC strategy. What follows in this exhibit of EAC's global footprint is merely a sampling of the programme's overall education portfolio. To that end, observers should bear it firmly in mind that this exhibit is not comprehensive and EAC, at any given time, may have multiple projects in a single country with different partners.
FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ Stadiums
The Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy are delighted to welcome attendees at Doha Forum for a series of brilliant speakers and networking opportunities. At our booth, delegates will be able to explore Qatar’s eight spectacular FIFA World Cup 2022™ stadiums in detail. Culture is a significant theme across every stadium. Each new venue has been designed in tribute to Qatar’s rich traditions, heritage and location – offering fans a unique world of discovery. The venues are spread across the country – but none are more than an hour away from one another. In keeping with Qatar’s commitment to host the most sustainable FIFA World Cup™ ever, all stadiums have been subject to innovations and recommissioning measures that can inspire and support future sporting events around the world.
The exhibition displays the most outstanding stages and achievements of the Qatari peace mediation efforts carried out in Doha in 2009 for Darfur – Sudan. Thanks to the contributions of the State of Qatar and international and regional partners, which were culminated by the signing of Doha peace agreement for Darfur in 2010 and 2011. The exhibition also showcases the most important projects of the State of qatar’s program for the development and reconstruction of Darfur. The State of Qatar has, through its charity and humanitarian organizations, implemented hundreds of reconstruction projects in Darfur after the war, the most outstanding of which were in the field of water, health, education, services, the reintegration of fighters into society and others
Doha Debates brings together diverse perspectives for vibrant dialogue on urgent issues. In partnership with Shared_Studios, our Doha Portal provides a curated space to learn, question and connect. Connecting people around the globe isn’t just a matter of internet connections. Shared_Studios’ Portals use physical spaces — like shipping containers, school buses and even inflatable rooms — to make people feel like they’re sharing the same space with somebody elsewhere in the world. Through curated events like discussions, performances and informational sessions, Portals bring human connection to the forefront. Learn more at DohaDebates.com/doha-portal