Turki Al-Jawini, director general of the Saudi Human Resources Development Fund

Turki Al-Jawini
Updated 04 November 2019

Turki Al-Jawini, director general of the Saudi Human Resources Development Fund

  • In 2001, he began work with the Saudi Arabian British Bank (SABB), and served as regional branch director from 2006 to 2008

Turki Al-Jawini has been appointed director general of the  Saudi Human Resources Development Fund (Hadaf).
The Hadaf, headed by Minister of Labor and Social Development Ahmed bin Suleiman Al-Rajhi, announced Al-Jawini’s appointment on Sunday.
Al-Jawini thanked Al-Rajhi and board members for their trust, and said he is looking forward to achieving the goals of the fund’s initiatives and projects. The fund is working on programs to empower and employ national human cadres, in partnership with the private and public sectors.
Al-Jawini graduated with a bachelor’s degree in management information systems from Clarion University in Pennsylvania, US.
In 2001, he began work with the Saudi Arabian British Bank (SABB), and served as regional branch director from 2006 to 2008. He then worked in the investment field.
In 2009, Al-Jawini worked in the aviation field and was appointed to positions in the National Air Services (NAS Holding). In 2013, he was promoted to head of commercial section of Nasjet, the private business-jet unit of the NAS Holding.
In January 2016, he was appointed as an adviser in the airports’ sector at the General Authority of Civil Aviation.
In March, Al-Jawini was appointed as director general of King Fahd International Airport in Dammam, where he led the airport’s privatization program and launched Dammam Airports Company (DACO) in July 2017.
He later became the company’s CEO and helped implement developmental projects at King Fahd International Airport.


Saudi Arabia announces 22 more COVID-19 deaths

Updated 01 June 2020

Saudi Arabia announces 22 more COVID-19 deaths

  • The total number of confirmed cases in the Kingdom so far has reached 87,142
  • A total of 525 people have died from COVID-19 in Saudi Arabia

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia announced 22 new deaths from COVID-19 and 1,881 new cases of the disease on Monday. 
Of the new cases, 688 were recorded in Riyadh, 293 in Jeddah , and 290 in Dammam. 
The total number of confirmed cases in the Kingdom so far has reached 87,142. 
The health ministry also announced that 1,864 more patients had recovered from the coronavirus, bringing the total number of people who have recovered in the Kingdom to 64,306.
A total of 525 people have died from COVID-19 in Saudi Arabia.