HomeHajjAuthorities plan 12,000 persons to work in Grand Mosque during Ramadan

Authorities plan 12,000 persons to work in Grand Mosque during Ramadan





The General Presidency for the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques has raised its human cadres to about 12,000 of qualified employees and workers to work in the Grand Mosque during the upcoming Ramadan season.

The Presidency is keen to enable more than 8,000 volunteer opportunities in the Grand Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque, in more than 10 volunteer fields.

Additionally, it has planned to achieve more than 200,000 volunteer hours during the holy month of Ramadan, thus, to make the volunteering in the two holy mosques become one of the most organized volunteer environments in the world.

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The Presidency is also keen to serve the elders, those with disabilities, through enhancing the vehicles service, and increasing its number to reach 10,000 vehicles that operate around the clock, and can be pre-booked through the Tanaqul application.

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