The decision to establish the Women’s Development Agency at the General Presidency for the Affairs of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque constituted a strategic step towards empowering women to assume responsibility and lead work in an environment that requires qualified and professional women leaders to lead women’s work in the Grand Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque and to harness all their capabilities to serve female visitors, Umrah pilgrims and pilgrims. There are no two opinions that the decision of the General President for the Affairs of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque, Sheikh Dr. Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais, to assign the mission of the agency’s presidency to Dr. Al-Anoud Al-Aboud was a successful decision and based on the outcomes of the blessed vision 2030 that empowered women in various walks of life, especially women leaders who work with the Women’s Development Agency, and that they have Academic qualifications and practical experience, enabling them to do their job better. The decision stems from the presidency’s keenness to keep pace with the Kingdom’s vision 2030 and to empower Saudi women with high qualifications and great capabilities, in order to achieve the aspirations of the guardians in providing the finest services to the guests of Rahman, and in an effort to raise the level of work in the presidency and an investment for qualified national cadres. The government of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz, and his Crown Prince, Prince Muhammad bin Salman, assumed a place worthy of it in accordance with the teachings of the tolerant Sharia and based on its great capabilities that enabled it to obtain effective ranks in the structure of society. Supports the march of Saudi women and enhances their successes at all levels.
The General President for the Affairs of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque, Sheikh Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais, always affirms the keenness of the General Presidency for the Affairs of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque to enable Saudi women to serve the guests of the Most Merciful and to involve women’s competencies and those with scientific and practical experiences among them in developing the services system of the Two Holy Mosques in line with the comprehensive development plans of the service system In the Two Holy Mosques, the directions of the guardians aim to involve Saudi women in the comprehensive development renaissance of all social, economic and development fields in the Kingdom and to continue to enhance their role in serving the seekers in accordance with Islamic values, morals and regulations that are urged by the moderate and moderate Islamic Sharia, as they are one of the essential elements in the renaissance and development of societies. The Presidency of the Two Holy Mosques’ Affairs entered during the era of Sheikh Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais in an unprecedented developmental modernization stage, repositioning it on several complementary creative paths and benefiting from the distinguished female cadres in the service of visitors, pilgrims and pilgrims, as it is not hidden from all that women provide service, technical, guidance and guidance services to female visitors and visitors of the Two Holy Mosques. The two Holy Mosques throughout the year, in addition to making key decisions to empower women during his presidency of the Two Holy Mosques, which brought about a qualitative leap in the areas of women’s empowerment, including the restructuring of the Women’s Assistance Agency, the establishment of the Women’s Development Affairs Agency, which includes the Assistant Agency for Women’s Scientific Guidance Affairs, and the Assistant Agency for Administrative and Service Affairs and appointing new women leaders, with the aim of enabling young Saudi cadres qualified to assume leadership positions and enhancing their role and participation in advisory councils, committees and discussion panels for the presidency and providing field services to the two holy mosques. The number of women working in the Grand Mosque and the Agency for Women’s Development Affairs has reached (1500) women .