Al Shamal Municipality opened the Al Mamlha beach for women in the Al Ghariya area of the municipality's administrative borders. The opening was attended by Hamad Jumaa Al Mannai, Director of the North Municipality, and a number of directors of departments and heads of departments in the municipality.
The opening of Al Mamlha Beach comes within the framework of the directives of His Excellency the Minister of Municipality to inaugurate a beach dedicated to women, in an effort to provide the best quality services to members of the community, in order to achieve the sustainability strategy of the North Municipality and to benefit from the natural resources that benefit the community.
The area of Al Mamlha Beach is about 15,000 square meters, and it is equipped with a main gate from the northern side. It has also been completely fenced off from the western and northern sides to preserve the privacy of visitors, and to provide it with all basic facilities such as toilets, guardrooms, umbrellas, barbecue places, garbage bins, solar lighting, and rope barriers along the beach to prevent the entry of water grades. This is in the interest of the Ministry of Municipality to achieve the Qatar National Vision 2030.
The beach will be open to female visitors daily from 9:00 am to 10:00 pm. It is worth mentioning that coordination is carried out between the Department of Services Affairs in the North Municipality and the Department of Natural Reserves at the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change to follow up on the beach’s preparations for the public.
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