A central drive of the Vision 2030 reform program is women’s empowerment.
Jeddah — Saudi Arabia is celebrating its 92nd National Day at a time when Saudi women are making giant strides in all walks of life and reaping the fruits of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman undertook the initiative and is the driving force behind it.
Women’s empowerment has been at the heart of the Vision 2030 reform program since its launch in 2016. It has far-reaching social and economic effects, where women have an equal role with their male counterparts.
Saudi women have become part and parcel of landmark initiatives commensurate with the culture of Saudi society and the breathtaking changes of the modern era. Thanks to the steadfast support of the wise leadership of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Saudi women became the focus of the world’s attention. They enjoy complete royal confidence in shouldering key responsibilities and playing their role as partner citizens in building the nation and its organs despite the challenges and obstacles.
The Saudi government adopted a cohesive method of equality between men and women in society in various fields by enhancing women’s rights, support systems, and care programs, thus improving their work environment in all sectors.
The Kingdom continues striving to score ambitious goals concerning women empowerment in line with Vision 2030.
The Vision aims to raise the participation rate of Saudi women in the labor market. Holding political positions, and their active participation in the Shoura Council and the security field.
They started assuming senior positions in the education sector and nominating themselves for membership in the presidency of mayoralties.
Empowered Saudi women have proven themselves authentic and effective partners in the ongoing development and nation-building drive.