Saudi Arabia to establish 233 centers to host children of working women

Author: ARAB NEWSSun, 2018-03-04 14:06ID: 1520150804922672400DUBAI: Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Labor and Social Development and Human Resources Development Fund Khaled Aba Al-Khail explained that the program to support children’s advocacy “Qurrah” has been adopted so far 233 child-care centers in the Kingdom, according to Saudi state-news channel Al-Ekhbariya.
Aba Al Khail invited Saudi women working in the private sector to enroll in the program by selecting one of the approved centers on the program’s website.
The program, which was recently launched by the Saudi Ministry of Labor and Social Development in cooperation with the Human Resources Development Fund, aims to contribute to the goals of the National Transition Program in supporting working women and helping them overcome the challenges they face.
The program aims at empowering Saudi women and increasing their participation in the labor market, supporting their job stability, increasing child support centers, developing and improving the quality of these centers, and developing models of childcare services such as childcare centers.
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