‘Mubaratuna’ project - a govt, pri­vate sec­tor col­lab­o­ra­tion

Kuwait Times - - LOCAL -

The “Mubaratuna” (our match) foot­ball project had be­come the flag­ship project dis­play­ing the Kuwaiti govern­ment and pri­vate sec­tor’s will­ing­ness to col­lab­o­rate for the well­be­ing and the ben­e­fit of the youth. With around 111 foot­ball pitches lo­cated in sev­eral gov­er­norates, it is suf­fice to say that the Mubaratuna project, which of­fers rea­son­ably priced book­ing fees, is pro­vid­ing top­notch ser­vices to foot­ball lovers in Kuwait.

Speak­ing to KUNA about Mubaratuna, Ab­dul­lah Al-Ad­wani, head of the project, said that Mubaratuna be­gan in 2014 with around 36 pitches avail­able. Since the ini­ti­at­ing of the project, thou­sands of peo­ple have used the fa­cil­i­ties funded by the Min­istry of Ed­u­ca­tion, Min­istry of State for Youth Af­fairs, and the Kuwait Union for Co­op­er­a­tive So­ci­eties, in­di­cated Al-Ad­wani.

The chief pur­pose of the project is to en­cour­age the youth and so­ci­ety to seek self­bet­ter­ment and healthy life styles, said the of­fi­cial who in­di­cated that book­ing a pitch was done on­line. On the mer­its of Mubaratuna project, foot­ball en­thu­si­ast Nawaf Al-Enizi, 30, said that in the past, fees were so high that it was dif­fi­cult to pay KD 30 and above to book a pitch. Now it only costs around KD 2 to play foot­ball at one of Mubaratuna’s fields, which is amaz­ing, said Al-Enizi. — KUNA

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