Posted by : Aahil Shaik Sunday, November 14, 2021

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman announces World's first non-Profit City in Irqah district

Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, the founder and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Mohammed bin Salman “Misk Charitable Foundation”, announced the launch of the first non-profit city in the world.

This city will be an inspiring model for the development of the non-profit sector globally, and an incubator for many youth and voluntary groups, as well as local and international non-profit organizations.

- "The first non-profit city of its kind will contribute to achieving the goals of the Mohammed bin Salman Foundation "Misk Foundation" in supporting innovation, entrepreneurship and qualifying future leaders in terms of the opportunities and training programs it will provide for young men and girls", said Saudi Crown Prince. Trending : Two vaccines approved in Saudi Arabia for Third dose - Ministry of Health

- "It will also include a number of services that will contribute to creating an attractive environment for the beneficiaries of the city's activities, added Mohammed bin Salman".

- "The city that adopts the concept of the digital twin will host many academies, colleges and Misk schools, and will include a conference center, a science museum, and the Innovation Center to be a space to realize the aspirations of innovators in science and technology with advanced systems like, Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of things and Robotics, as well as the Institute of an Art Gallery, performing Arts theatres, a Play area, a Culinary Institute in addition to an integrated residential complex, the city will also host venture capital and community investors around the world.”

- The first non-profit city of its kind, is located on land belonging to the Crown Prince in the Irqah neighborhood along Wadi Hanifa, on an area of ​​about 3.4 square kilometers, which His Highness allocated for the implementation of the project. Recommend : Penalty for crossing valleys and reefs during their flow in Saudi Arabia

- The master plan of the city embodies an advanced digital metropolis centered on people. The city is also designed to be sustainable and pedestrian-friendly, in addition to allocating more than 44% of the total area as open green spaces to contribute to the promotion of sustainable development.

- The city announcement came with the aim of creating a vital system that allows young Saudi talents to shape the future of the Kingdom and the world, by encouraging learning and developing leadership skills for youth, profitability over the next few months. Follow Saudi Expatriates on Whatsapp

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