KidzMondo Doha, Hempel pen educational deal

KidzMondo is set to add another child-centric business environment to its theme park in its agreement penned with Hempel

Qatar’s first miniature edutainment city, KidzMondo Doha, has signed a partnership agreement with Hempel, the world’s leading coatings supplier.
Qatar’s first miniature edutainment city, KidzMondo Doha, has signed a partnership agreement with Hempel, the world’s leading coatings supplier.

Qatar’s first miniature edutainment city, KidzMondo Doha, has signed a partnership agreement with Hempel, the world’s leading coatings supplier.

The partnership adds another educational establishment to the child-centric indoor theme park.

Through its partnership with Hempel, KidzMondo Doha is carrying on its practice of collaborating with the premier establishments in various industries and disciplines, emanating from its vision of providing the best educational and entertaining experience to children.

Commenting on the partnership, Nabil R Barakat, GM of KidzMondo Doha said: “At KidzMondo, we know no limits when it comes to the horizons that we can open up for young minds to explore and venture in. Therefore we’re always striving to partner with the best brands and institutions in their respective fields, giving our ‘Kidizens’ an entire spectrum of establishments and activities that they can actively be a part of through role play.

“Our partnership with Hempel is perfectly aligned with our vision and we look forward to bringing our collaboration to fruition when the edutainment park opens its doors for children and families in Qatar later this year.”

Phil Gabriel, country manager (Qatar) at Hempel, remarked: “Through our corporate social responsibility (CSR) program, we actively seek engagement in educational projects for children around the world; and in Qatar, there is no better, more creative and inspiring project to be a part of than KidzMondo Doha.”

KidzMondo Doha is an interactive child-sized city developed for and managed solely by children, between the ages of 2 and 14. With its own economy and currency, Kidlars, the self-sufficient city is home to more than 80 real-life simulation activities across 60 varied business environments.

Children are encouraged to dress up and role-play realistic tasks in a safe, interactive and educational environment.

The city has been designed to provide a fun and safe space to support physical and mental growth in youngsters as well as help them increase their self-esteem and confidence in a holistic learning environment.

Activities range from social, artistic, creative and cognitive development, and are seen as empowering the children with essential skills and life-lessons that will help them become knowledgeable people while preparing them for the professional world when they are adults.
 

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