Umm Al-Qura University contributed to the service of the university members, made up of academics, employees and students, by providing "Mobile Civil Status Vehicles", which were supplied by the Mobile Civil Status Unit in the Holy Capital.
The mobile civil status vehicles were available at the university's headquarters in Al-Abdiyyah and Al-Zahir campuses, as well as its branches in Al-Jamoum, Al-Qunfudhah, Al-Leith governorates. Overall, the number of beneficiaries reached approximately 300 individuals.
Yesterday, His Excellency the UQU President, Prof. Omar Bafail, met with the Director General of the Makkah Civil Status Office and the Supervisor of Customer Care Services, Muhammad Al-Safri. During the meeting, he praised the "We Come to You" initiative, supported by the Civil Status Office, for all the services it offers to the university community.
Muhammad Al-Safri explained that the campaign was carried out within the framework of the initiatives "We Come to You" and "My Identity Is My Belonging", which were scheduled to end this week. He pointed out that they form part of the initiatives that have been adopted by the Civil Status Office at the Makkah Cultural Forum during its current session. They essentially aim at serving the personnel of the government and private sectors in Makkah. He commended the cooperation shown by the university by preparing its facilities to receive its employees from the male and female student sections. He noted that the services provided were mainly the issuance of national identity cards, and the printing of official documents, birth certificates, and family cards.
In addition, during the course of her meeting with the female team of the Mobile Civil Status Unit in the Holy Capital and the Directors of the Women's Civil Status Office in Makkah, Noura Al-Saedi, Nada Al-Harbi, and Wajdan Al-Qurashi, the Vice President for Female Student Affairs, Dr. Sarah bint Omar Al-Khuli, said, "The delivery of these services, in partnership with the Civil Status Office in Makkah region, constitutes part of the social responsibility towards the university."