Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Approves Transformative Welfare Projects in Dubai for 2024
Unveiling a Brighter Future with Dubai Social Agenda 33
In a landmark decision, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister of the UAE, and Ruler of Dubai, has approved a series of transformative projects for the year 2024, under the umbrella of Dubai Social Agenda 33. The initiative, inspired by the theme ‘Family: The Foundation of Our Nation’, marks a significant step in strengthening the social fabric and enhancing the welfare of the citizens in Dubai.
A Glimpse into the Projects
Most importantly, the approved projects under this agenda include the allocation of 3,500 plots of land and 2,300 ready-to-move-in houses across Dubai, valued at AED 5.5 billion. This move is a reflection of His Highness’s unwavering commitment to ensuring the welfare and wellbeing of Emirati families. Therefore, in line with this vision, a new area designated for the housing project has been named ‘Latifa City’, in tribute to Sheikh Mohammed’s mother, Sheikha Latifa bint Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
Emphasis on Family and Social Stability
Sheikh Mohammed reaffirmed that the ultimate goal of all government initiatives is to prioritize citizens, their families, and social stability. He emphasized that Dubai’s continued success is a result of prioritizing public welfare and leveraging resources to create optimal conditions for work and creativity. Besides that, the initiatives are expected to further social cohesion in the emirate, enhancing the quality of life for its citizens.
Aligning with Dubai 2040 Urban Master Plan
The initiative is closely aligned with the objectives of the Dubai 2040 Urban Master Plan. This comprehensive plan aims to establish Dubai as a global model for sustainable development, focusing on empowering communities and ensuring family stability. His Excellency Mattar Al Tayer, Commissioner General for the Infrastructure, Urban Planning, and Wellbeing Pillar, and other officials have expressed their commitment to this vision, aiming to enhance the happiness and well-being of citizens and upcoming generations.
The Broader Impact
The Dubai Social Agenda 33, launched earlier this month with a budget of AED 208 billion, aims to double the number of Emirati families in the emirate within a decade. This agenda is a testament to Dubai’s commitment to improving housing standards, healthcare, and overall quality of life for its citizens. The projects, therefore, are not just about building houses, but about creating a sustainable, happy, and cohesive society.
“Farukh Memon: Crafting Luxurious Experiences in Travel, Fashion, and Dubai Nights”
BAPS Hindu Mandir Welcomes 65,000 Visitors on First Sunday After Public Opening in Abu Dhabi
UAE Marks One-Year Anniversary of Sultan Al Neyadi’s Historic Space Mission
Dubai to Manila Flight Tickets for Just Dh1 Announced as CEB Celebrates 28th Anniversary
Dubai Municipality Launches Innovative Agricultural Beautification Project at Al Meydan and Al Khail Intersection
UAE’s Diabetes Healthcare Costs Expected to Surge to $3.4 Billion by 2031, Study Finds
“Unleashing Extraordinary Ambitions: Rigul Kalra’s Journey of Entrepreneurial Brilliance”
Rihanna’s Fenty x Puma Makes a Comeback with New Sneaker
Anya Taylor-Joy and Malcolm McRae Tie the Knot in Romantic Venice Wedding
American firm to buy Everton Football Club
Celebrities Embrace Pantless Trend at New York Fashion Week
Alexander McQueen Names Seán McGirr as Creative Director
- Blog3 days ago
Jessica Escobar: From Catwalks to Creative Ventures
- Blog2 days ago
“AG Assets: Redefining Dubai Real Estate with Angela Gegg”
- UAE News2 days ago
Magnitude 6.1 Earthquake Rocks Arabian Sea: National Centre of Meteorology Reports
- Blog3 days ago
Antas Singh AKA The Lazy Artist : Empowering Creativity through Mobile Editing for Beginners
- Lifestyle3 days ago
Ambani Son’s Lavish Pre-Wedding Celebration: A Star-Studded Affair
- Human Interest3 days ago
Gear Up for the Ultimate Drag Race Event Hosted by Block 92 Cafe at Yas Drag Race Academy
- UAE News3 days ago
US Trade Representative Optimistic About WTO Reform Talks Progress
- Education2 days ago
“UAE Public School Registration Opens for 2024-2025 Academic Year”