Magical Festival Village holds a special entertainment day for “Dhreima“and “QACSN” children
Magical Festival Village has recently organized a special entertainment day for children of Qatar Autism Center & Special Needs (QACSN), as well as orphans of Qatar Orphan Foundation (Dhreima), as part of MFV’s ongoing commitment to the values and principles of social responsibility.
This move comes in the context of Ezdan Holding Group and its subsidiaries’ efforts to empower and integrate orphans and children with autism in the Qatari society, and to spread awareness of their rights and role within the community through multiple activities and events. The entertainment day, which was organized at the Magical Festival Village, witnessed a remarkable interaction by the children in a lively fun and educational atmosphere. Children have derived a great pleasure from the appealing attractions and entertainment shows under the supervision of the village team.
Commenting on the children's visit to Magical Festival Village, General Manager of Ezdan World, Mr. Abdulaziz Al Muhannadi said that the visit of “QACSN” and “Dhreima Foundation” was part of our supportive endeavors towards autistic children and orphans of the community. Ezdan World is committed to provide appropriate environment and interaction opportunity for children of both groups, aiming at increasing awareness among society on how to integrate this category into society, especially that such initiatives create bridges of communication and integration between orphans and autistic children on the one hand and society on the other.
Al-Mohannadi added: “under the umbrella of Ezdan Holding Group, Ezdan World seeks to be a pioneering example for local companies and institutions in different sectors, that pays careful attention to promote the role of corporates in promoting social responsibility, especially towards vulnerable groups, such as orphans and autistic people. Such attention is manifested through various activities and events in view to recognize and raise awareness these people rights.
MFV is located within the Cultural Village- Katara, spreading out over 50,000 square meters. It has been uniquely designed to combine European countryside with Qatari flair, boasting up to 400 outlets, among them 357 shops, 20 kiosks, 19 cafes and 20 restaurants, and takes in 500 seats and chairs.
The village features various shows, namely “Snow White” and “Alice in Wonderland”, besides other exciting attractions and performances such as, the virtual reality (VR) games, brought about to Qatar for the first time, “Circus Du Royal”, and street performances and parades, among others.