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Saudi Arabia launches the National Hajj Initiative for Persons with Disabilities for the 3rd year in a row

Saudi Arabia launches the National Hajj Initiative for Persons with Disabilities for the 3rd year in a row

The Saudi Ministry of Hajj and Umrah launched recently the National Hajj Initiative for Persons with Disabilities for the third year in a row.

The launch of the national initiative comes in conjunction with the International Day of Persons with Disabilities.

It aims to enable people with disabilities and orphans to perform the Hajj pilgrimage with ease and ease. According to Vision 2030, this form of service is part of the Kingdom’s efforts to serve this category.

The Hajj Ministry has dedicated paths for people with disabilities, to facilitate the performance of rituals in collaboration with the service authorities.

Moreover, the Hajj ministry provided a mufti for this project, as well as volunteers to work around the clock on this project.

With the support and patronage of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, May God Protect Him, the Saudi Kingdom’s Vision 2030 was launched, which is the vision of His Highness the Crown Prince for the future of this great country. It seeks to invest from a distinguished strategic location, a pioneering investment power, and Arab and Islamic depth, to achieve Saudi ambitions.

Many accomplishments have been completed in the last five years, and several transformation enablers have emerged, all of which have contributed to real results in government work, the economy, and society, as well as laying the groundwork for future success.

By investing in government digital transformation, chances have been created for growth and investment, as well as some new economic sectors. All of these accomplishments were produced by the Saudi great nation’s sons and daughters.

Saudi Vision 2030 is the post-oil plan for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, announced on April 25, 2016, and coincides with the date set for announcing the completion of the delivery of 80 giant government projects, each of which costs no less than SAR 3.7 billion and up to SAR 20 billion in the Riyadh metro project.

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