Posted by : Aahil Shaik Monday, September 5, 2022

UNESCO announces "Yanbu Industrial City" an International learning city

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) announced the accreditation of Yanbu Industrial City as an "international learning city", as the 2nd city in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia after Jubail Industrial City, which was accredited in 2020 within the global network of learning cities. Subscribe to Saudi Expatriates on YouTube

Thanks to the quality of education in the Kingdom, its commitment in providing lifelong learning for all, as well as its introduction of policies that promote comprehensive and sustainable development.

- The Learning Cities project is one of the projects on which the Ministry of Education is based, represented by the General Administration of Continuing Education, in partnership with the Royal Commission in Yanbu and in coordination with the National Committee for Education, Culture and Science. Trending : Tourist visa holders must comply with 7 conditions in Saudi Arabia

- This is in order to promote a culture of comprehensive lifelong learning within society, provide individuals of all ages with the skills necessary to support national development, and qualify citizens to enter the labor market, hence contributing to the achievement of the Ministry’s objectives in preparing and qualifying a globally competitive citizen, as per the goals of sustainable development and the Saudi Vision 2030.

- The Ministry of Education, in partnership with the Royal Commission in Yanbu, is working to implement UNESCO standards for learning cities, leading among which is providing lifelong learning for all citizens, providing the necessary information, guidance and support for all, creating, promoting and maintaining learning spaces within families and communities, as well as identifying the needs of the learner and respond to them within an environment that considers those needs in the city, as well as supporting people with special educational needs and the unemployed, and helping public and private institutions to transform into educational institutions.

- Learning cities contribute to supporting a culture of lifelong learning, promoting quality and excellence in learning, in addition to effectively deploying resources across all sectors to promote inclusive learning, starting from basic education to university education, reviving the desire to learn within families and communities to ease the process of education within the work environment and for obtaining work, in addition to using modern educational technologies on a larger scale, improving quality and excellence in the field of education and promoting a culture of lifelong learning. Most Viewed : SFDA recommends 4 foods for strong bones

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