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National Plans and Initiatives

The Saudi Arabian government pays special attention to the educational sector. In the Kingdom's keenness on the sustainable development of human resources in the Kingdom; it launched the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques foreign scholarship program in 1426 H / 2005.

Vision

To prepare distinguished generations for a knowledge society based on knowledge economy.

Mission

To raise the country’s human resources and competences to a level where they can effectively compete at the world level and therefore serve as an important resource for Saudi universities and the public and private sectors.

Goals

  • Sending qualified Saudi competencies to study in the best universities in various countries of the world.
  • Work to achieve a high level of academic and professional standards through the scholarship program.
  • Exchanging scientific, educational and cultural experiences with various countries of the world.
  • Establishing qualified and professional Saudi cadres in the work environment.
  • Raising the level of professionalism and developing it among Saudi cadres.

Program Progress

In its first phase, the program lasted five years, and in its second phase, it was extended for another five years. In the year 2015/1436, the third phase was launched aiming to link scholarships to the specializations required in the labor market, through the "Your Job is Your Mission" path. The stage targeted outstanding students and distinguished academic institutions.
The third phase witnessed the creation of new tracks, including: the elite universities track, the medical track, the international scholarship track, and the excellence track. New specializations have also been created that are consistent with the Kingdom's vision 2030, including: artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, air transport, and health specialties.


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The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is making continuous and fruitful efforts to prevent and combat trafficking in persons, through its commitment to the provisions of Islamic Sharia, which prohibits all forms of insult to human dignity, and emphasizes respect for and preservation of human rights, through the application of systems that guarantee and preserve human rights and dignity, and the development of national measures and procedures to confront these crimes.

Among these national measures and measures to confront this crime is the development of a national plan to combat human trafficking crimes in the Kingdom for the years 1438-1441 AH / 2017-2020 AD, to be a general framework for the performance of the participating parties and their contribution to preventing and combating human trafficking crimes, and a roadmap for national efforts during the four years coming.

The plan includes four axes. The first axis relates to the preventive aspect, precautionary measures and blocking pretexts. The second axis relates to the aspect of protection and humanitarian assistance to victims of human trafficking crimes, while the third axis deals with prosecution, and the fourth axis focuses on national, regional and international cooperation, and each axis is represented in: number of goals. More

This automated traffic management system covers the major cities of the kingdom and is composed of modules for operation, management, tracking, guidance, monitoring and reporting. These various sub-systems are linked to control and command centers in eight cities across the Kingdom.

The purpose of the project is to improve the level of traffic safety, by utilizing the latest advances in Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) to safeguard the traffic environment, enhance the efficiency of the existing road system, boost public security by using the most recent monitoring systems and ensure accurate management of traffic systems.


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The Saudi Digital Library is a pioneering project that emerged from the National E-education and Distant Learning Center. It provides for enhancement of the education process in Saudi Arabia through support of education and learning facilities in general, and e-education in particular, by ensuring that researcher’s requirements can be met.

 

Moreover, the Library augments skills and contributes to the building of a knowledge community, by saving of time and effort with respect to education, learning and research. It serves e-education by supporting e-courses through digital text-books that are valuable to both student and teacher.

 

The Library enhances and disseminates awareness and facilitates the exchange of knowledge and is comprised of more than 90,000 e-book titles by famous world publishers. Its full contents are accessible to students and university faculty and staff.


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The comprehensive e-services system (Universal system) at the Saudi universities contributes to acceleration of the e-Government transition journey kingdom wide. The system is developed through strategic partnership between Ministry of Education and the e-Government Program (Yesser) in line with the e-Government plans in Saudi Arabia pursuant to relevant directives and legislations including Saudi Cabinet resolution # 40 dated 27/2/1427 H for Government implementation controls, Cabinet resolution # 252 dated 16/7/1431 for supporting and boosting the e-Government transition mechanism.

The universal system is a cloud computing system that contributes to supporting the e-Government transition journey at Ministry of Higher Education.  It is designed to deliver automated and integrated e-services. Supported by a national database, the system serves Saudi public and private higher education institutions, students, faculty members, employees and other sectors. The system interlinks Saudi higher education institutions with each other and with the Ministry as well as interlinking the higher education sector to other government agencies. Virtual infrastructure is needed.
 Summary of the universal system objectives:

  • Enhancement and governance of the e-Government transition journey to ensure further boosting of the integration of efforts and optimum utilization of resources.
  • Activation of decision-making tool across the higher education sector and at the national level.
  • Direct interlinking of services between Saudi higher education institutions and Ministry of Higher Education.
  • Exchange of data between the Ministry and higher education institutions.
  • Establishing the national database of the Saudi higher education institutions.
  • Establishing a portal of several sections that integrate and interact with each other.
  • Integration with the Ministry mailing system.
  • Establishing of Ministry/higher education institutions integrated control services.
  • Establishing of Ministry of integrated services between Ministry of Higher Education and other government agencies

The e-Government Center is designed to the highest technical and security specifications. It is responsible for conducting intermediate operations and all common e-applications, to facilitate the integration and transmission of data between government agencies and help streamline e-government service delivery.

The Center is one of the projects under the supervision of the Digital Government Authority. It is one of the most important projects on which the Authority depends, functioning as the node to which the computer centers of various government agencies are gradually be linked.

Yesser Data Center

The e-Training Caravan is an initiative spearheaded by the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology in partnership with other government and private sector initiatives, aimed at ensuring that all segments of society are able to master IT and telecommunications technology.


Aimed at bridging the digital gap and raising individual awareness about the importance of telecommunications and IT, the initiative will focus on rural regions and low-income sectors of society by offering basic, free-of-charge training in the field.


As it is directed at individuals and small and middle-sized enterprises all over the Kingdom, the initiative is envisioned as a way of raising the country’s computer and digital literacy. Its targets include Primary and Preparatory school students, as well as rural inhabitants. Training takes place in mobile classrooms equipped with all the necessary requirements, including training material and as well as the means of providing transport for participants otherwise unable to reach classes. Ten-hour computer and Internet training programs are offered to each group of trainees over the course of a week.

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