Dubai government entities review ambitious ‘Dubai 10X’ projects

Dubai Web Desk

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Under the third phase of the Dubai 10X initiative, the government entities in Dubai convened to review the progress of projects designed to enhance quality of life for residents and visitors, improve travel within the emirate, and boost community health.

The third phase was recently approved by His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, Chairman of The Executive Council, and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Dubai Future Foundation.

During the meeting hosted by Dubai Future Foundation, representatives discussed plans to implement the projects in partnership between various stakeholders.

They also identified mechanisms for accelerating the implementation of the projects.

There were representatives from The Executive Council of Dubai, Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority, Dubai Municipality, the Community Development Authority in Dubai, the Dubai Culture and Arts Authority, the Dubai Health Authority, Dubai Police, Dubai Aviation Engineering Projects, Dubai Airports, the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in Dubai, the Dubai Future Foundation, in addition to Emirates Airlines and Etisalat.

The Dubai 10X initiative, launched in 2017, has led to the creation of many influential projects in Dubai that have helped improve government services and solved various challenges. The initiative has strengthened Dubai’s position as a leading global destination for exporting innovative models and methods of government work. It has also encouraged government entities to exchange experiences, skills and resources.