Riyadh: Thousands of the most deprived families in Saudi Arabia will own their homes within five years after the city and local ministers and housing have signed an agreement on 5,000 homes in the Riyadh region. ..
Majed Al-Hogail signed an agreement with the National Development Housing Corporation (Sakan) and the Orphan Care Charity Association (Ensan) in Riyadh on Thursday.
They were signed in front of Governor Riyadh Faisalbin Bander, who also chairs Ensan’s board of directors.
The governor praised the efforts of the ministry and two organizations to “activate non-profit and humanitarian activities for the most important needs of the family, which are homes that provide a decent life and future.”
Ensan focuses on helping orphans “live a decent life in a good way to earn the trust of quality programs and communities.”
The agreement aims to create the environment needed for the nonprofit sector to contribute to GDP, achieve family stability for people and increase home ownership in Saudi Arabia in some cities. is.
They cover 5 years and provide family-friendly housing according to the support mechanism registered with Ensan and approved by the Jood Eskan platform.
The agreement has 5,000 homes. There are 2,000 off-the-shelf homes within the ministry’s project, with 1,500 lots of land allocations that the ministry has promised to provide, and beneficiary land or charitable allocations to them.
The Minister emphasized the effective role of the Agreement in encouraging participation in the third sector and stimulating housing development programs.
He also empowers citizen groups, works with community members to provide the necessary financial resources, provides housing for families in need, improves the quality of life of families, and makes members economically and socially. Mentioned the role of Jood Eskan in developing into.
“If the family does not have their own home, some members may be exposed to stress and difficult times, which can lead to mental illness, especially as a result of frustration with the head of the family. It can be reflected in negative behaviors, “said sociologist Dr. Abdullah Alhisan, adding that the government is encouraging the private and non-profit sectors to sponsor homeownership initiatives.
“I call for continued adoption of campaigns that inspire initiatives that contribute to providing the basic requirements of poor families, as this has a positive impact on society. Unfortunately, donations and grants. Is still paid in a way to charity. Each family in a home should have a slogan in the light of the general social culture that tends to own a home more than any other culture in the world. “
Alhisan called for support until the philanthropic housing initiative came to fruition, and said such results would achieve a general level of social stability.
He emphasized the importance of stimulating the commercial sector, which contributed to housing security through government privileges. He also wanted the non-profit sector to play a better role than what it currently does by developing its tools.
He said an agreement like the one signed on Thursday had a positive impact on people in need, their thoughts, actions and actions.
The lack of housing “may somehow constitute a frustrated incubator, when they find that their basic needs are not met.”
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