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  • Ahmed Saleh

Grand Mosque authority assigns ID wristband printers for children's safety

Makkah, March 21, 2024, The General Authority for the Care of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet's Mosque has introduced a new initiative aimed at enhancing the safety and security of children visiting the Grand Mosque in Makkah. Three identification (ID) wristband printing devices have been strategically positioned at key entrances: the King Abdulaziz Gate, the King Fahd Gate, and Ajyad Bridge.

The primary objective of this initiative is to simplify the process of locating children in the unfortunate event that they become separated from their families during Umrah or prayers. By wearing these wristbands, which are equipped with contact information, mosque staff can swiftly assist in reuniting lost children with their guardians, thus providing a sense of reassurance and comfort to families.

This proactive measure underscores the authority's unwavering commitment to the safety and well-being of children, reflecting its dedication to ensuring that worshippers have a fulfilling and secure religious experience within the sacred precincts of the Grand Mosque.


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