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The Ministry of Labor and Social Development was established under the Royal Decree issued in the last month of 1380H under the name of the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs. Since its inception, the Ministry has promoted the development of local communities and has taken care of community committees, provincial councils, centers, And its consolidation with three objectives:
Firstly: To formulate the general policy for social and labor affairs in the Kingdom within the values, principles, and systems of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Secondly: project planning and implementation.
Thirdly: To participate in guiding the social development in the Kingdom in a balanced direction aimed to raise the awareness of the citizens, improving their standard of living and creating the elements of a decent life within their spiritual and moral values and supporting them to build an integrated society.Please Login (add)
The Ministry of Labor and Social Development and the STC Group have signed an MoU for strategic partnership in several areas and benefit from each other’s experiences to achieve their respective goals, which are in line with the Kingdom’s Vision 2030... January 4, 2020 3:23 AM