Paper recycling facility opens in KidZania Doha
In collaboration with KidZania Doha, the Ministry of Municipality, represented by the Waste Management and Recycling Department, took part in the opening of a paper recycling station specifically for kids there.
According to a statement from the Ministry, this partnership intends to teach kids the value of recycling, which helps reduce trash and protect the environment. Hassan Nasr Al Nasr, assistant director of waste management and recycling at the Ministry of Municipality, and Victor Jabbour, general manager of Qatar Entertainment Company (Tasali), signed a memorandum of understanding and opened the paper recycling station.
"We feel that our relationship with KidZania provides a unique educational platform, not only educating youngsters about our work, but also an essential chance to promote Qatar National Vision 2030 by growing interest in learning," remarked Al Nasr on this occasion. For his part, Jabbour stated: "KidZania is the top brand in the world for both entertainment and education, and we think that playing and role-playing are the finest ways to educate kids.
KidZania will be able to connect with children and give them cognitive experiences that will have a good influence on their future thanks to its distinctive business strategy.
Dedicated paper recycling center for children in KidZania Doha#MinistryOfMunicipality #qatar pic.twitter.com/KwJyaSASwO— وزارة البلدية | Ministry Of Municipality (@albaladiya) August 4, 2022
The kids at the station will play the part of recycling specialists and receive instruction on how to recycle paper and turn it into new goods. By putting together their own recyclable and reusable paper bags, the kids will improve their abilities.
Children may roam free in KidZania's 5500 square meter kid-sized metropolis, where they can take on the roles of firefighters, physicians, cooks, and artists and carry out real-world chores.
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Source credits: Ministry of Municipality