National Observatory for Women

The National Observatory for Women is an entity established in 2018 in King Saud University. It observes and documents the participation of Saudi women in development locally and internationally, and their direct impact on society and development. The Observatory serves as a supportive reference to decision makers, institutions, and civil society organizations through establishing indicators to measure the role of Saudi women in development and providing beneficiaries with data and supporting studies to strengthen their role. The Observatory includes experts, specialists, and consultants in the field of research and analysis for national social and economic development.

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Prince Sultan College for Emergency Medical Services at KSU add an international academic accreditation
Prince Sultan College for Emergency Medical Services at KSU add an international academic accreditation

The Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs "CAAHEP" has announced the Prince Sultan bin Abdulaziz College for Emergency Medical Services - King Saud University achiving an int


CoEIA and KSU Shine at International Conference on Big Data and Security
CoEIA and KSU Shine at International Conference on Big Data and Security

The International Conference on Big Data and Security (ICBDS 2019) took place from 20-22 December 2019 in wet and cold weather of Nanjing, the capital city of Jiangsu province of China.


Credibility, Transparency, Excellence, Quality, Community service, Participation  in Development

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Decision-makers, Ministries and governmental sectors, Private sectors contributing to the development, Publishers of global women’s indicators

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