Abu Dhabi seeks to create a more welcoming community for people with disabilities.
Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, intends to create a more sustainable community for the disabled. As part of this effort to make culture more appropriate and relaxed for people with disabilities, the Emirate considers the term.
As stated by the News, Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed talked to the representatives of the host city committees of the Abu Dhabi Special Olympic World Games. The Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, who is also the Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, last month declared the People’s Resolve Policy.
The initiative was taken to ensure fair employment and benefits across a range of main industries in the capital of the Emirates. Hamad Ali Al Dhaheri, Undersecretary of the Urban Development Department of Abu Dhabi, said that as many as 30 projects will be funded under this scheme and 28 federal and local governments will support it.
He added that these 30 programmes will be introduced over a five-year cycle and seek to establish an atmosphere that brings to the table fair opportunity and opportunities. It encompasses health and social care programmes and programmes, jobs, prospects for jobs and finance, and creativity.
He said that Abu Dhabi will therefore be known as a “national empowerment area” for its people and residents with disabilities. “The department is working to evaluate approaches internationally and examine the variables and trends of recent field studies,” he said.
With this policy, better ways to deliver education for people with disabilities would be ensured. The mission will be split into six teams: the Department of Health, the Department of Education and Information, the Authority of Human Capital, the Zayed Higher People’s Determination Agency, the Department of Municipalities and Transport, and the Department of Community Development.
Last year, after a week-long special Olympics where athletes from about 190 countries participated, Abu Dhabi emerged as one of the leaders in ensuring fair opportunity for the disabled.