Social responsibility, values and strategy
The concept of sustainable development and ethical institutions has started to spread and develop in recent years, and these concepts are at the heart of the work of enterprises concerned with community responsibility. As a result of the government's keenness and the high directions of leadership, and based on the vision of Abu Dhabi 2030, Which take into account the protection of cultural assets and the promotion of societies with Arab identity and the promotion of interactions between the population and their environment, the directives of our government to intensify efforts and strengthen partnership with the private sector and open new horizons for their participation in The Municipality of Abu Dhabi City, in its capacity as the general framework of the community responsibility practices provided by the Municipality to society, environment, stakeholders and the workplace.
Within this context, the Municipality paid great attention to the promotion of the values of social responsibility among its employees, with the aim of reflecting this value on the way the employee deals with the customers and with the community. At the same time, the Municipality allocated a large area of activities and programs that develop a sense of community responsibility. That social responsibility is an integral part of the movement of development and comprehensive development, and the solidarity of members of the community between them on the one hand and between them and service institutions on the other hand a goal that contributes to strengthen and consolidate the cohesion of society itself.
The community responsibility policy in the municipal system is based on four basic pillars inspired by the best international standards in this field, in line with the local environment in the UAE and in line with Abu Dhabi Economic Vision 2030. This policy and its four pillars reflected the strategic plan of Abu Dhabi Municipality:
The first pillar: the community
- Pillar II: Planet Earth (Environment and Health Safety)
- Pillar III: Workplace (staff, mechanisms and work needs)
- Pillar IV: Stakeholders (governmental and other partners)