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Workers' Welfare

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Our workers are making extraordinary efforts to prepare Qatar for the  FIFA World Cup 2022™.

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The 60,000-seat Al Bayt Stadium is a joint venture between Galfar Al Misnad, Salini Impregilo Group and Cimolai.

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Al Balagh Trading & Contracting and Larsen & Toubro Limited are constructing the 40,000-seat Al Rayyan Stadium.

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The construction of 40,000-seat Al Thumama Stadium is a joint venture between Al Jaber Engineering and Tekfen.

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This 40,000-capacity arena, created through a collaboration between MIDMAC and PORR Qatar Construction, was inaugurated on 16 May 2019.

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The new 40,000-seat Khalifa International Stadium was inaugurated on 19 May 2017 after a three-year renovation undertaken by MIDMAC.
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The construction of this 80,000-capacity stadium is being managed by HBK Contracting Co. W.L.L. and China Railway Construction Corporation Limited.

Learn more about Lusail Stadium
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J&P Qatar WLL, Conspel Qatar WLL, J& P‐Avax S.A and J&P (Overseas) Ltd. are working together to construct this 40,000-seat stadium.

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Qatari firm HBK Contracting Co. W.L.L. is the main contractor for the 40,000-seat Ras Abu Aboud Stadium.

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Throughout the country, we are delivering projects that will play a key role in the Middle East's first FIFA World Cup™. These include the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy's tree nursery, the teams' training sites and accommodation, among many others.

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Our Workers

Since the day work began on FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ stadiums, the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) has welcomed over 30,000 workers to be part of this historic sporting event. 

We’re working to support our workers every step of the way – from recruitment and working on site, to after-work time and returning to their home countries. 

Find out how we’re tackling unethical recruitment fees, providing vital training, ensuring our workers can resolve issues confidentially and securely, and enjoy their lives outside of work. 


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Our Responsibilities

The Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) is committed to supporting human and social development in Qatar. The work that we do today is crucial in creating the foundations for a lasting workers’ welfare legacy in Qatar and beyond.   

All our workers are protected by the Workers' Welfare Standards – a contractually binding document that ensures all individuals contributing to the delivery of SC projects are treated with dignity and respect.

In 2013, the SC created a charter focused on achieving best practice in workers’ welfare in Qatar. 

Find out about our research, pilots and surveys, as well as how we’re helping contractors across Qatar to apply our standards.

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Our Journey

The wellbeing of each worker on FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ projects is paramount. From their recruitment to their return home, we’re ensuring that the biggest beneficiaries are our workers themselves. 

Our workers' welfare efforts are constantly progressing and effecting long-lasting change in the country’s construction industry. By the end of their time in Qatar, workers have gained new skills and the means to better support their families.

These vital developments – from policy to pilots and partnerships – contribute to each worker’s journey, in Qatar and beyond.

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Charging recruitment fees is illegal under Qatar’s Labour Laws; however, many workers are still subject to this unethical practice, meaning they’re pushed into debt before they even leave their home country. 

We work with contractors to ensure that workers are not only reimbursed, but also so new workers will not be charged these fees. 

  • Workers will get back over QAR 113 million in recruitment fees
  • 239 contractors have committed to reimburse workers
  • 11 contractors have extended the reimbursement scheme to non-SC workers


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Workers' Voice

Workers’ Welfare Forums were introduced by the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) to allow workers to elect their colleagues as focal points for their community’s welfare.

These forums are essential for giving workers a voice, allowing concerns to be raised directly to employers via elected representatives.

  • 17,018 SC workers are covered by the forums
  • 11 contractors conducted forums for non-SC workers
  • 10,140 non-SC workers are now benefitting too

Find out how else we’re ensuring workers feel safe raising issues confidentially and securely.


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