Qatar Charity participates in ‘One Million Trees’ initiative

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Qatar Charity (QC) took part in a drive to plant trees, as part of the ‘One Million Trees’ initiative launched by the Ministry of Municipality. This comes as part of Qatar Charity’s keenness to preserve the environment, mitigate climate change, and spread awareness in the community about the importance of trees to the environment.

The tree-planting event was attended by many officials from both sides, including Mr. Faisal Rashid Al Fehaida, CEO’s assistant for the Programs and Community Development sector at Qatar Charity, Fatima Jumah al-Mohannadi, director of Program and Community Development department at Qatar Charity, and Mr. Mohammed Ibrahim Al-Sada, Assistant Director of the Public Parks Department.

“We are pleased to take part in the ‘One Million Trees’ initiative to contribute to achieving sustainability and environmental development,” said Mr. Faisal Rashid Al Fehaida, CEO’s assistant for the Programs and Community Development sector at Qatar Charity.

He added that Qatar Charity’s participation in the planting event is part of its attention towards preserving the environment, increasing the green spaces, and creating a natural and healthy environment, in cooperation with the concerned authorities, to achieve sustainable development goals (SDGs). He indicated that Qatar Charity contributes significantly to the international efforts aimed at mitigating climate change and promoting environmental sustainability.

Mr. Mohammed Ibrahim Al-Sada, Assistant Director of the Public Parks Department, thanked Qatar Charity for participating in the ” One Million Trees” initiative, which aims to improve plant diversity by planting trees. He stated that the initiative has contributed to raising awareness and educating the community about the importance of protecting and planting trees.

He also noted that the initiative is an affirmation of the Ministry of Municipality’s interest in increasing tree-planting, enhancing vegetation, and preserving the environment by getting government agencies, schools and the private sector involved in operationalizing the initiative.

 

Source: Qatar Charity