Qatar Charity and Indonesian officials during the opening.
Doha: Qatar Charity has opened a multi-service centre in the Indonesian region of Banten in the presence of a number of officials in the region
The centre, named Glory Project, consists a school, Quran memorisation centre, a mosque, a laboratory, a library, a boarding house for students, green areas, playgrounds, a restaurant, two canteens, a water well and 12 toilets.
In a press release issued by its headquarters in Doha, Qatar Charity explained that the project is one of the 13 educational centres which it built in Indonesia to provide opportunities for education and achieve the Millennium Development Goals which the international community seeks to achieve by 2015.
Chief Executive Officer of Qatar Charity Youssuf Ahmed Al Kuwari said this multi-service centre was part of a series of projects which the organisation has built in Indonesia.
He added that Qatar Charity launches humanitarian and sustainable development programmes focusing on the provision of infrastructure and appropriate conditions that help discover and develop people’s creative faculties through education as a basic starting point.
Al Kuwari said that Qatar Charity is keen to implement projects and programmes in collaboration with local associations and authorities to achieve its mission to build the capacities of the most needy categories.