Oman Vision measures sustainable growth ratings of governorates

Muscat grape – The Oman Vision 2040 Implementation Follow-up Unit on Monday initiated a meeting at the wilayat of Nizwa in Dakhliyah Governorate, focusing on the ‘All of Oman’ project, which prioritizes the development of sustainable cities and governorates.

The three-day meeting was opened under the patronage of Sheikh Hilal bin Saeed al Hajri, Governor of Dakhliyah.

Audiovisual presentations on the Oman Vision 2040 and the All of Oman project were discussed during the meeting, officials said. In addition, workshops on continuous improvement methodology will be held to simplify procedures, assess existing projects, prepare implementation plans and discuss their results.

The three-day meeting will also include a session with young people, as part of the government’s community engagement programme.

It recognizes community participation as essential to achieving the future goals, while a session with the youth seeks to showcase the prominent young talents of the governorate.

“To implement the initiatives of the Community Participation Program, we are trying to visit all provinces,” said Abdullah bin Nasser al Saidi, Supervisor of the Community Participation Program for the Oman 2040 Vision.

“So far we have visited three provinces: Buraimi, North Batinah and South Sharqiyah. As we travel through Dakhliyah, we will conduct a number of activities and events targeting local governments and government and private institutions to achieve the necessary partnership and empowerment to align efforts with the Vision 2040.”

Saidi added that a special session will introduce young people to the key developments in the phases of implementing the vision, explain their roles and collect their suggestions, while emphasizing that the program continues to achieve its objectives.

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