The Orphan Care Centre, 'Dreama', under the umbrella of the Qatar Social Work, participated in international forum for social humanitarian ambassadors for the year 2019 which was held at the headquarters of the Arab Planning Institute in Kuwait.
The three-day forum honours Dreama centre for its achievements during the last three years and in recognition of its efforts and also to review the Qatari experience in the care and empowerment of orphans and community responsibilities; and sharing its experience with Kuwait and other countries.
The forum discussed the Qatari experience led by Dreama Centre for Orphan Care and Empowerment in terms of the strategy followed in developing children's abilities and treating psychological and behavioural effects on the group of people of unknown descents, after the parents or one of them abandoned the child.
The Dreama Centre also tries to spread and raise awareness about the need to embrace them, including the principle of the unity of human origin, anti-classism and racial discrimination, and achieving principles of social justice.
Participants in the meeting renewed their trust in Mariam bint Nasser bin Ali al-Misnad conferring on her the title of international ambassador for orphans, for the second successive time.
The discussion focused on the importance of reconsidering the current values and their relevance to the human rights values that respect the individual's humanity, away from all tribal, social and economic privileges.
Dreama is working according to a new strategy aimed at expanding international and regional partnerships; to exchange experiences and create a global front that addresses all the challenges facing the child and the family.
This participation is considered an additional step on the track of international and regional cooperation in the field of human development and treatment of societal crises.