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Jeddah - Yasmine El Tohamy - Saudi Arabia and the UAE sign a cooperation agreement on disabilities-related research
JEDDAH: Prince Sultan bin Salman, chairman of the board of trustees of the King Salman Center for Disability Research (KSCDR), signed a joint scientific and research cooperation agreement with Sheikh Khaled bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, chairman of the Zayed Higher Organization for People of Determination (ZHO,) in the field of disabilities-related research and development.
Prince Sultan expressed the center’s pride in the cooperation with the Zayed Organization, which will contribute to supporting joint scientific research to tackle the causes of disabilities. The agreement is a natural result of the efforts exerted by the two brotherly countries, he added.
Prince Sultan said the KSCDR has achieved many accomplishments in the field through scientific research that have become national projects, including early detection and intervention, testing and early-birth screening and the National Program for Learning Disabilities, which has helped to qualify 20,000 teachers and benefit 500,000 students.
Prince Sultan said the center will be announcing in 2020 its new plan to remain a pioneer in the field for the sixth year. He extended thanks to Sheikh Khaled bin Zayed Al-Nahyan for his support for the agreement and cooperation.
ZHO Secretary-General Abdullah Al-Humaidan conveyed the greetings and appreciation of Sheikh Khaled bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, stressing that the relationships between the Kingdom and the UAE are a leading example of brotherhood, communication and solidarity with strategic cooperation in different fields and milieus, thanks to the identical visions regarding many issues the region is facing.
Al-Humaidan said this humanitarian work is one of the vital fields that require a joint efforts and an exchange of expertise to tackle the causes of disabilities by using the results of research and studies for planning and assessment in different prevention, care and rehabilitation fields.
He thanked the ZHO and the KSCDR teams for their cooperation and their success in establishing a framework of joint cooperation.
The agreement includes cooperation in the fields of research, development and training, along with the development of plans and programs to establish research projects, exchange local, regional, and international scientific information, publications and studies and build a database for trainers and specialists in all disability-related issues.
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