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Building on the success of last event 2015, the awareness exhibition returns in 2017 in its second edition with the aim of further improving people’s knowledge of awareness and how it helps the community.

The exhibition will highlight all matters related to raising awareness as a lifestyle and how can awareness improve the lives of all locals and residents in this country and assisting the media in reaching out to the public on crucial topics related to hazard prevention, safety and health.

The objective is to provide further support to the various awareness programs and projects, as well as shed light on some of the latest and more advanced techniques employed within the awareness sector.

The awareness exhibition is designed to meet with the Qatar Vision 2030 goals to build a brighter future for the nationals and residents of the country, working towards creating a more educated generation equipped with social communication skills to promote awareness at the local level.

We all hope that aim at promoting the concept of awareness locally.

Our hope is to be able to bring people closer together to embrace the culture of awareness and embed human and social values within the fabric of the community


Qatar National Convention Centre
Ar-Rayyan, Qatar


Tuesday to Friday
20-23 February 2018


Qatar National Convention Centre

The Qatar National Convention Centre is located in Gharafat al Rayyan, on the Dukhan Highway in Doha, Qatar.


Under the patronage of HE Dr. Hamad bin Abdul Aziz Al Kuwari, Ex-Minister of Culture, Arts and Heritage, bringing together participants from all walks of life, the first edition of the Awareness and supported Elements exhibition, held from October 25 to 27, 2015 at the Doha Exhibition Center, aimed at shedding light on the importance of awareness in improving lives .
With more than 80 exhibitors, representing government, semi-government and private sectors the event focused on introducing the general public to the importance of awareness in their daily lives. This was achieved by exhibitors from their stands and by organizing not less than 65 different workshops and session covering a wide range of related topics.

The exhibition, which was attended by thousands of local, regional and international visitors, included participants from all awareness segment and categories.

The awareness exhibition was met with huge success and a positive response from both the public and private sector, proving that the journey towards achieving a better way of life is through continuous awareness.