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Posted On: 24 March 2019 09:58 am
Updated On: 11 January 2022 08:36 am

Al Arish beach cleanup

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Event Details:

Location: Parking lot at the Dairy Queen by the Radisson Blu Hotel in Salwa Road.
Date: 29 March 2019 - 29 March 2019
Time: 03:30 pm - 09:00 pm
Ticket Purchase: No tickets needed
  • General Entry - FreeQR
Phone: 33530230
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Hello everyone,

If you love nature, want to discover Qatar with a purpose, and spend time outdoors before it gets too hot, look no further and join us on this beach cleanup. 4x4 is not needed. This is a kid and family friendly event.

-12:30 pm Meeting time at the Dairy Queen by the Radisson Blue Hotel in Salwa Road. GO HERE IF YOU’RE CARPOOLING.
-1pm Departure to the cleanup location.
-2:30 pm WE WILL REGROUP HERE as it is a bit tricky to reach the beach:
-2:40 pm arrival to the cleanup location IF YOU ARE A PRO AND DON'T NEED ANY HELP GO STRAIGHT HERE.
-2:40-4:30pm cleanup activities.
-4:30-5:00pm social time, share food, enjoy a clean beach.
-5:00pm or whenever people want to leave, end of the event and return to Doha.

Be cool, be on time and be ready to have some fun.

IF YOU ARE A CARPOOL DRIVER: 1. We can't thank you enough for this. 2. Please let us know if you can take other volunteers with you.

IF YOU NEED A RIDE: 1. Let us know if you need a ride. 2. Bring 10-15 Qatari Riyal to contribute for petrol ⛽️.

-Water for you and some food to share. Don't forget to use reusable water bottles and food containers/plates.
-Working gloves.
-Your ID/RP.
-Sun protection and clothing: A hat, sunscreen, sun glasses. Please dress PROPERLY. Don’t forget to be culturally sensitive, Bring old shoes or water shoes as we will be walking in water (ankle to knee deep).
-Please note: there are NOT any restrooms or any other facilities at the cleanup location the closest bathroom is 15-20 min away.

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***Every person attending the event is responsible for their wellbeing and safety. DEAP or any of it's volunteers is not responsible for anybody's actions and its consequences. All responsibility relies on each individual.