According to the officials, the Special legacy of Olympic will live on long after historic games of this week. The UAE government has already planned 31 initiatives for People With Determination which is to be carried out within next month by the UAE cabinet members.
Bilal Hafeez, a 35-year-old Pakistani with cerebral palsy, who is covering the Games as a journalist asked at a press conference on Wednesday to Hessa Bint Eisa Bu Humaid, UAE Minister of Community Development about the game and she promised more.
Olympics Mena said, “It’s a very good question. The legacy has been a part of the Local Organising Committee (LOC) since day one.”
“In 2018 alone there have been more than eight government policies, rules, and regulations that have been changed to support the legacy of Special Olympics movement and improve the lives of People of Determination,” Bu Humaid said.
Praising the move, Mary Davis the CEO of Special Olympics International stated, “I’m excited about the 31 initiatives. I know there is an openness in this society to ensure that all our athletes feel included. If we can send this message to the world with the staging of the Games here, that itself will be an enormous legacy.”

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