Skip Navigation Link
close

For whom are you looking for services?

Visitor

  • Student Visitor
  • Tourist Visitor
  • Business Owner Visitor

Citizen

  • Parent Citizen
  • Business Owner Citizen
  • Employee Citizen

Resident

  • Parent Resident
  • Employee Resident
Now explore services 10x faster. Is this easy to understand?

Is this easy to understand?

Close Button
Education and TrainingPersons with DisabilitiesReligion and CommunityTourism, Sports and Recreation

Program Helps Blind People to Follow World Cup Matches Launched

22 May, 2022 09:27 AMAl Arab NewspaperIntended Audience
Visitor: Student, Tourist, Business Owner
Citizen: Parent, Business Owner, Employee
Resident: Parent, Employee

News Details

The Translation and Interpreting Institute (TII) in Hamad Bin Khalifa University, in partnership with the Centre for Access to Football in Europe, launched the second edition of its training program in the field of audio descriptive commentary on the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 matches.

Audio descriptive commentary is a specialized service that allows visually impaired and blind fans to fully enjoy watching matches live in the stadium with their fellow fans. The successful participants in the first edition of the training program offered by the institute provided descriptive audio commentary service in the Arabic language during the matches of the FIFA Arab Cup, hosted by the State of Qatar in 2021, and received positive feedback.

Other News You May Like