The Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy (SCDL) reiterated its commitment towards future generations by launching the official Legacy Book online last week.
The legacy the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar leaves behind in the country and region has always been recognised as among the most important outcomes of the tournament. The SCDL’s legacy plans were drawn up keeping the Qatar National Vision 2030 in mind.
Its four pillars — economic, social, human and environmental development — form the book’s organising principle.
“Creating a legacy for future generations is a responsibility that lies with all of us. If we’re to achieve our goals, it’s vital that every entity involved in delivering the 2022 World Cup in Qatar co-operate effectively,” said National Legacy Committee Chairman HE Salah bin Ghanem bin Nasser Al Ali, who is also the Minister of Culture and Sports. DSP