CDA now DQG Investor PartnerApr 15, 2012 - 01:28 -
WAM Dubai, April 15th, 2012 (WAM) -- The Community Development Authority (CDA) in Dubai has joined the list of investor partners with the Dubai Quality Group (DQG), to become one of the dozens of collaborating and partner organizations sharing programs and activities of the Group and promoting opportunities for mutual benefit in the fields of knowledge, experience and capabilities of both parties.
A delegation from DQG visited officials from CDA and discussed ways of fruitful benefit, cooperation and partnership, in order to supplement plans and work mechanisms with more features of excellence, quality and innovation, and underscore the performance of the organization and its work mechanisms and improve levels of achievement and innovation.
Saleh Janeeh, Chairman, DQG, said the group was keen to expand the work and cooperate with various government and private bodies and organizations. DQG is determined to continue the tested work approach in all circumstances and events, he said, pointing out that the move of the CDA as investor partner with the Group was an important step in this framework, as the partnership would open more doors of collaboration, success and excellence in both parties, through expanding horizons of knowledge, experience and best practices.
Janeeh added that DQG was not merely an organization that was dedicated to traditional partnerships with external parties, but it operated on a clear vision and a firm strategy, derived from the vision and thoughts of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, to work, achieve, excel and seek the first rank in all sectors and aspects. He explained that what was provided by DQG regarding opportunities to improve performance, excellence and innovation, promised greater achievements and successes in the short- and long-terms. Therefore, he added, the partnership with different organizations was very important to garner benefits, transfer expertise and share experience with the widest possible segments of the UAE society. For this, one would have to persevere in the approach, which is unique in so many features.
In a statement, Khaled Al Kamda, Director General, CDA, expressed his happiness with the cooperation with the DQG, stressing that this move improved performance enhancement and exchange of experiences and expertise between the parties. "This partnership falls within the design framework of the CDA to improve the performance of various sectors in line with its vision to develop the social sector of Dubai and to keep up with the Dubai Strategic Plan 2015," Al Kamda said.
He pointed out that the CDA and the DQG share a set of common interests, based on foundations of excellence and prosperity. The Authority spared no effort to strengthen collaboration with partners to promote various social sectors, and to design plans and initiatives aimed at improving the reality and lives of various community groups, of which the most important were children, the disabled, the elderly and women.