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How Saudi Organizations Are Giving Back to Their Community



NGOs, businesses and charities from across the world are doing their own share of good by giving back to their communities in a time like this, whether it’s by raising funds, donations or spreading awareness regarding health guidelines.

Many organizations in the Kingdom are also doing their fair share of good, by dedicating their time, efforts and money to ensure the well-being of citizens.

Here are some of the big names contributing in fighting off the virus!

Samba Financial Group

The company donated about $4.5 million to the Ministry of Health’s Health Endowment Fund, in an attempt to provide the ministry with what it needs to fight the virus. The amount will go towards providing the medical equipment needed to limit and eventually end the spread of the virus.

Ensan Charity Organization

The Orphan Care organization has launched a website dedicated to people who would like to make donations online by purchasing a “protective basket” which contains masks, gloves and sanitizes.

Jarir Bookstore

Not all donations need to be financial, other entities including the likes of Jarir bookstore are providing some of their goods for free to those who can’t afford it. With schools and universities shut, students with low-income might not be able to access online lectures and so Jarir bookstores have made a commitment to provide 10,000 laptops via official charities that are supported by the Ministry of Human Resources.

Maryam Bint Hamed Al Mutairi

Maryam Bint Hamed Al Mutairi, owner of a taxi service business, is using her services to distribute sanitizes, gloves and masks, and delivering medicines to people in her town for free.

“It’s not the time to be thinking of profits. We have all benefited from the great bounty of our country, and it’s time to give back even a small part of what this country has given to us. There will be time enough to think of profit when all this is over.” She told Arab News.

It’s this time that we all need to stick together and we’re all contributing in stopping the virus by simply staying at home.


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New Marriage Policies To Grant Women of Saudi Arabia More Rights




Saudi Arabia is still working towards achieving equality with focus on equalizing the legislation surrounding marriage contracts for women of the Kingdom.

According to several sources that were interviewed by the Kingdom’s daily newspaper Okaz, word has it that the Ministry of Justice is working towards amending new policies that will guarantee women’s right in marriage.

One of these amendments will include a new process that will have women reviewing and consenting contracts before finalizing. In an attempt to eliminate implications of coercion and to also consider the level of satisfaction afforded to brides-to-be, the new policies will grant women a greater sense of freedom.

Not only that, but the new policies will also ask women to explicitly state their contentment with their new prospective life partners, and and also grant them the chance to appoint a legal guardian throughout the process.

This is seen to be another great leap towards achieving the right women of Saudi Arabia deserve and ensure their involvement in the matters that affect their lives.

It also makes perfect sense to have them involved in what is considered to be the most important contract of their lives.


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Meet Princess Hind Al Saud: Ambassador Of The Global Campaign Against Coronavirus




In the current fight against the pandemic, women of Saudi Arabia haven’t failed in showing significant leadership skills. Princess Hind Bint Abdul Rahman Al Saud is among the powerful women who are standing against the spread of the virus.

Princess Hind Bint Abdul Rahman Al Saud has been named Ambassador of the Regional Social Responsibility Network, the global network that supports and aids the efforts exerted towards ending the spread of the virus.

The network also advocated the work of governments and organizations across the globe geared towards curbing the current pandemic.

The Regional Social Responsibility Network was launched between March 25 and June 25 as part of the United Nations Global Compact. It saw the participation of many Arab and international figures and is in cooperation with the International Community Responsibility Federation.

HRH is the ideal candidate to provide insights and support to the campaign considering her remarkable career in business and various fields.

Commenting on her landmark appointment, the Princess took tweeted words of gratitude: “I have had the honor to be selected as an ambassador to support international efforts in the fight against the current pandemic.”

In light of the campaign’s role in fighting off the novel virus, it will host key events such as the launch of the “Supporting Ambassador For The International Efforts To Fight COVID-19.”

The event will bring together renowned leaders and personalities who will leverage their strengths and presence in order to send powerful messages to various communities across the globe on the roles they can play to help curb the coronavirus pandemic.

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New Electronic Platforms Launched to Fight Coronavirus




One of the wings of the Saudi Health Council, the National Center for Health Research and Studies had launched several electronic platforms that are specialized in providing comprehensive interactive services on coronavirus.

Among these newly launched platforms is the interactive map, which monitors the number of infected people around the world and offer the ‘BasherBot’ a bot designed to be your smart assistant, it answers all of your questions and speaks different languages.

The new platforms have been launched in light of the efforts exerted by state agencies to help limit the spread of the virus by taking all the necessary and precautionary measures.

Secretary-General of the Saudi Health Council, Dr. Nahar Bin Mazki Al-Azemi, said that the launch of the electronic platforms is yet another extension to the preventive measures taken and the efforts done by government agencies to help end the coronavirus.

Highlighting the features of “Basherbot,” General Director of the National Health Information Center Eng. Hashem Abu Bakr said: “It works with artificial intelligence to respond to inquiries and questions related to coronavirus in Arabic and English”.

It is noteworthy that the “interactive platform corona” provides information about the new virus, as well as monitoring and follow-up statistics around the world, instant updates of everything related to the COVID-19, illustrated charts and graphs, as well as displaying the latest news about the virus, educational content to educate users, in addition to a guide on quarantine facilities in the Kingdom.

Visit now to access the platform.

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