Umm Al-Qura University

Umm Al-Qura University

Hajj Volunteer Program 1440 A.H.

- 2020/03/27

The Hajj Volunteer Program aims to recruit volunteer medical staff from the students of different health colleges at Umm Al-Qura University. This is for them to work in the service of the guests of the Sacred Mosque, in line with the aspirations of volunteering specified by the Saudi Vision 2030 encouraging students to spread the culture of volunteering, preparing leaders and providing physical training for them in disaster management, and offering emergency health care.

The College of Medicine strives to develop its volunteer program to keep pace with the requirements of the national transformation plan and the aspirations of the state, in the framework of providing health services to the visitors for Hajj and Umrah. The college also aims at entering into partnerships and coordinating with the relevant entities to ensure the quality and continuity of work.

Supervising Committee:

Student Committees:

Involved Parties:

  1. The Directorate of Civil Defense
  2. Ministry of Health
  3. Ministry of Education
  4. The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Institute for Hajj and Umrah Research at Umm Al-Qura University
  5. Al-Rajhi Charity Establishment
  6. Shifaa Society

Program Volunteering Categories:

  • Mobile medical clinics of the College of Medicine
  • Ambulatory care teams
  • Emergency ambulance centers in Mina affiliated to the Ministry of Health
  • Hospital category, which involve working in the hospitals of Makkah and the holy sites.
  • Health awareness category in the Hajj missions
  • Medical convoys who group inpatients for them to visit Arafat
  • Medical research category


Number of Participating Students from Different Medical Specializations:

Number of Pilgrims Benefiting from the Various Services: