Hajj Ministry opens two new care centers in Madinah

Hajj Ministry opens two new care centers in Madinah
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The two new centers will provide a one-stop shop of more than 30 services for pilgrims and for companies providing Hajj or Umrah packages. (AN Photo)
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The two new centers will provide a one-stop shop of more than 30 services for pilgrims and for companies providing Hajj or Umrah packages. (AN Photo)
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Updated 12 February 2020

Hajj Ministry opens two new care centers in Madinah

Hajj Ministry opens two new care centers in Madinah
  • The two new centers are located in Al-Baqi’ and at Prince Mohammed bin Abdul Aziz International Airport
  • Pilgrims will be able to complete all the necessary paperwork in the centers through self-service devices or with the help of Inaya employees

MADINAH: The Ministry of Hajj and Umrah announced on Wednesday the opening of two new Inaya (care) centers in Madinah. The centers will contribute to one of the most important goals of Saudi Vision 2030: To improve the quality of services provided to pilgrims.

The two new centers are located in Al-Baqi’ and at Prince Mohammed bin Abdul Aziz International Airport and will provide a one-stop shop of more than 30 services for pilgrims and for companies providing Hajj or Umrah packages.

Pilgrims will be able to complete all the necessary paperwork in the centers through self-service devices or with the help of Inaya employees — who speak multiple languages. Pilgrims’ data can also be accessed through their fingerprints in cooperation with the Directorate General of Passports in Madinah.

So far, four Inaya centers have been launched in Makkah and Madinah under the patronage of Minister of Hajj and Umrah Dr. Mohammed Saleh bin Taher Benten.


Najran governor cites programs benefiting people with disabilities

Updated 03 December 2020

Najran governor cites programs benefiting people with disabilities

Najran governor cites programs benefiting people with disabilities

NAJRAN: Thursday was the International Day of Persons with Disabilities and Najran Gov. Prince Jalawi bin Abdul Aziz took the opportunity to stress that Saudi Arabia’s leadership focuses on all segments of society.

Prince Jalawi was speaking during a meeting in his office with the head of the Najran Literary Club Saeed Al-Mardamah and disabled author Mahdi Al-Mutlaq, who presented the prince with a copy of his latest novel.

Prince Jalawi lauded Al-Mutlaq’s participation in literary and cultural events as an active member of the Saudi society.

He also expressed his support for the plan to hold an art exhibition for blind people from around the Kingdom in Najran.