Registration for the second phase of the Hamaya program begins

Announced The Royal Commission for Al-Ula GovernorateToday, registration has opened for the second phase of the “Hamaya” program, in continuation of activating community partnership and enhancing awareness of the importance of preserving the exceptional cultural, historical and natural heritage in the governorates of “Al-Ula” and “Khaybar”, and involving its youth and girls to be ambassadors who play a pivotal role in preserving its heritage and environment. And its nature for future generations.

The training “Hamaya” includes a series of workshops and field trips for the participants who are targeted by the residents of Al-Ula and Khaybar. It aims to empower the trainees to become custodians of the heritage of Al-Ula, its nature and its distinctive character, and to be ambassadors for their culture, their region, and their country in general. In addition to participating in a range of events and initiatives, each individual admitted to the program will receive a monthly bonus.

The head of the Economic and Community Development Sector at the Royal Commission for the Governorate of Al-Ula, Muhammad bin Sanad Al-Shammari, said: “The Hamaya program is an affirmation of our commitment to building people before the place, according to the vision of His Royal Highness Prince Muhammad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Crown Prince and Deputy Chairman of the Council The ministers, the Minister of Defense, told “Al-Ula”, and with close follow-up by His Royal Highness Prince Badr bin Abdullah bin Farhan, Governor of the Royal Commission for Al-Ula Governorate, to enhance awareness and community participation.

He added: “The people of Al-Ula have been custodians of our heritage for long generations, and the“ Hamaya ”program provides them with the opportunity to acquire specific skills from specialized experts, to enhance their capabilities as custodians of the region’s heritage, and to show it to the world on a larger scale as a source of pride for us about its beauty, culture and heritage. .

Those interested in participating can submit their requests via the link: before the closing date of April 14, 2021, and applicants are required to be between the ages of 18 and 35 years old, and they must be Saudi citizens of the people of the “Al-Ula” governorate. And Khaybar, and they do not hold jobs (not registered with Social Security or the Civil Service). Candidates will undergo a series of medical, security and personal assessments, and those admitted will then be notified on April 30, 2021, and the program will start on May 5, 2021.


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