Saudi cities on the rise in Global Liveability Index

Middle EastSaudi cities on the rise in Global Liveability Index
  • The index measures stability, culture and environment, education, healthcare, and infrastructure

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia: Saudi Arabia’s Cities Riyadh and Jeddah have risen on the Global Liveability Index in an annual report prepared by the Economist Group’s Economic Intelligence Unit.

The ranking of 140 cities was based on an assessment of stability, culture and environment, education, healthcare, and infrastructure.Saudi cities on the rise in Global Liveability Index

   

Riyadh improved by three places to 103rd in the index while Jeddah advanced four places to 107th compared to 2022.

The government launched the Quality of Life Program to achieve the objectives of Saudi Vision 2030. It aims to improve lives by creating the necessary environment to develop and support new lifestyle options in the Kingdom.

The program seeks to take the Kingdom’s cities into the world’s top 100 on indexes by 2030, through improving the quality of life of citizens, residents, visitors, and tourists by providing new options that enhance participation in cultural, entertainment, and sports activities.

 

Source: Arab News

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