Shafallah Center unveils new identity


Shafallah Center for Children with Special Needs launched its new identity yesterday under the title ‘Hopes Immune’.

The logo was unveiled by two children of the center. Shafallah Center has been changed into ‘Shafallah-Integration for the Disabled’. The logo consists of a flower ‘Shafallah’ plant, which means the flower thrives in conditions of dry desert and burning sun, to give a great example of the optimism of people with disabilities and the spirit of hope they have.



Amal Al Mannai, CEO of Qatar Foundation for Social Activities and Acting Executive Director of Shafallah; Mohamed Sharif Al-Mushiri, Chief Commercial Officer of ORYX GTL, and other officials pose for a picture in front of new buses.

Mohamed Sharif Al-Mushiri, Chief Commercial Officer at ORYX GTL announced at the event that his company was donating ten new buses manufactured specifically for people with disabilities. These buses provide safety and comfort to the students while traveling to the center and back home. These buses are designed and equipped to accommodate wheelchairs and meet the needs of the disabled.

The center gave students an impressive presentation on the occasion of the launch of the new identity, followed by unveiling  of the new visual identity. The new identity carries the vision of the center established in 1999 under the patronage of H H Sheikha Moza bint Nasser.

Amal Al Mannai, CEO Qatar Foundation for Social Activities and Acting Executive Director of Shafallah said: “The center will start new projects during the next phase, the new logo for the center maintained its old identity, “flower SHAFALLAH” which is considered essential to the identity based on the work that the center does for the disabled children.”

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