18 DEC 2021BACK
Qatar Nannies Training Academy Celebrates Qatar National Day
Consolidating the foundations of the native Qatari heritage and the importance of the Arabic language on this glorious day..
Qatar Nannies Training Academy (QNTA), a member of Qatar Foundation, celebrated Qatar National Day on December 18th in memory of the founder of the State of Qatar Sheikh Jassim Bin Mohammed Bin Thani (may Allah rest his soul in peace); under the slogan: “Ancestral Meadows: A Matter of Trust”.
The Academy’s management, represented by Ms. Jawaher Al-Khater, Director of Management and Operations, presented the deepest congratulations to His Highness Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani, the Amir of the State of Qatar, and His Highness the Father Amir Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al Thani, and the Qatari people on this occasion which is dear to the hearts of all; wishing the State of Qatar further progress and prosperity.
QNTA on this occasion, also, received high-level official participation that reflected its friendly relations with the embassies of the nannies’ countries, including the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Tanzania. The celebration was also honored by Ms. Hessa Mohammed Al- Dhiab, Head of Internal Care at the Protection and Social Rehabilitation Center (AMAN), and Ms. Al-Anoud Darwish, Acting Executive Director and Director of the Social Services Department at the Orphans Care Center (Dreama). Members of the academic and administrative teams also attended the celebration, as well as the students of the ninth class.
The celebration featured various heritage and art activities which focused on the importance of Qatar’s native cultural heritage, while highlighting the Academy’s commitment to training nannies with a special focus on the valuable Arabic language. Moreover, through a theatrical performance entitled “Qatar 2022”, QNTA students performed vivid stages of the nature of life and professions in Qatar in the past, and the major urban, cultural and sports renaissance achieved by Qatar so far under the wise guidance of our national leaders.
Ms. Jawaher Al-Khater, Director of Management and Operations, expressed her pleasure for the smooth integration of ninth-class students with Qatari customs and traditions, and their ability to express Qatari heritage, customs and traditions in such a detailed and respectful manner.
For her part, Ms. Patricia Kiswaga of the Tanzanian Embassy in Qatar and her accompanying delegation thanked the Academy for supporting the Tanzanian students in the field of nanny training and empowerment of Tanzanian women. Guests, moreover, expressed happiness for the outstanding performance of the students during the celebration. They also extended their best wishes of success and progress to QNTA towards achieving its noble mission of supporting the human development represented in the country’s youth in order to achieve Qatar’s vision 2030.
QNTA students concluded the celebration by presenting their most beautiful heritage paintings which represent various customs, traditions and folk heritage, in pride of the heritage of their ancestors and as a presentation of the native image of life in their countries.