In January 2017, The Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) will start its flagship three-month CSR programme — Generation Amazing.
Generation Amazing will continue being delivered at Newton International School, among other schools in Qatar, on a weekly basis, this time adding a 13-week programme in schools using football freestyle as a key to achieve its goals for children in Qatar, such as teaching them the importance of universal respect cutting across race, region and religion. Philip Warren Gertsson from the Philippines, Caitlyn Schrepfer from America and Abdullah Abu Nahia will also act as Generation Amazing ambassadors, spreading the values of the programme across the world.
Generation Amazing targets workers, schoolchildren and vulnerable youth. The programme is delivered primarily through three initiatives: Inclusive Generation, Healthy Generation and Green Generation.
Each is designed to address one of Generation Amazing’s priority issues – vulnerability, health and wellbeing, and environmental awareness – thus enabling positive and sustainable generational change through football. Globally renowned football freestyler Sean Garnier who was unveiled as an official ambassador for the programme.