The Ministry of Labor and Social Development has formed a special team assigned to develop a mechanism for shelter houses that serve domestic workers in particular.
The formation of team came to light amid a workshop that was conducted recently to set up the center for runaway domestic workers.
Led by Adnan Al-Naeem, deputy minister for international labor affairs of MLSD, the workshop gave emphasis to releasing its outcomes that go hand in hand with the ministry's direction in terms of enhancing services for aiding domestic workers.
An array of officials explored the most pressing challenges faced by sheltering domestic helpers as well as laid out short-term and strategic solutions that aim to address the best utilization of financial resources and human capitals.
Meanwhile, this workshop is the stepping stone for a series of other upcoming ones that would be orchestrated in cooperation with related entities including the Ministries of Interior and Foreign Affairs.