The activities are aimed at enabling the juveniles to develop skills and reintegrate into the community mainstream.
Lt-Col. Ibrahim Al Marzouki, head of the Juvenile Care Department, said the summer programme, which will run till August 20, includes the international computer driving licence, cultural events, recreational activities and religious lectures as well as sports and entertainment activities.
The summer programme activities run from Sunday to Thursday from 8.30am to 1pm.
Recreational activities and sports, however, are conducted in the evening.
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