The Royal Family of Dubai has always been ahead of the curve to help the Emiratis in every possible aspect. The fund helping Emiratis in Dubai who are on low income received a 58% boost, according to Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed. The funds earmarked to assist the neediest residents of the emirate now total Dh438 million.
Sheikh Hamdan On A Mission For Emiratis
Be the vice president of Dubai or his sons, they all have been paving the way to make Dubai a safe haven for the citizens. This time the crown prince of Dubai and brother Mohammed Maktoum are on this mission. The Higher Committee for Development and Citizens Affairs chairman, Sheikh Hamdan, emphasised the significance of protecting citizens.
In order to foster Emirati development in Dubai, guarantee long-term stability, and improve the standard of living for residents, a committee was recently established in May.
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What Is The Committee Planning?
Starting with Al Mazhar 1, Al Khawaneej 2, Al Barsha 2, and Hatta, the Higher Committee will now start creating model neighbourhoods for Dubai residents. They will also design a comprehensive strategy for the development of rural and isolated areas. The council is also putting the finishing touches on a number of programmes and regulations. This will better serve Dubai’s retirees’ requirements by giving them access to more lucrative employment options.
Additionally, it was lately announced that beneficiaries enrolled with the Community Development Authority will have hikes ranging from 20% to 67%, The priority will go to lower-income, senior, widowed, and divorced women.
The Dubai Financial Empowerment Programme will encompass families with a breadwinner under the age of 40 in an effort to boost their independence. During the conference, a national strategy to be complete in two months and 10 government agencies were recently discussed for the social sector.Additionally, a comprehensive platform devoted to providing services to Dubai residents will be soon introduced.