Jordan, UAE sign deal on social development

AMMAN: Jordan and the UAE have signed a deal to share their expertise and best practices to help empower people with disabilities as well as tackling other important social development issues.
The two countries on Thursday signed a memorandum of understanding to work together in the field of social development and will seek to benefit from their respective laws, the Jordan News Agency reported.
Jordan’s Social Development Minister Ayman Mufleh and the UAE’s Community Development Minister Hessa bint Essa Buhumaid signed the agreement on the sidelines of the 77th session of the executive office of the Council of Arab Ministers of Social Affairs.
The deal covers seven areas within the framework of strengthening joint Arab social work and cooperative efforts to boost ties and better serve the two countries’ peoples.
It also deals with issues related to women, productive families and the elderly, the report said.

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