Tatweer delivers the facilities needed to operate Community Jameel, a social enterprise organization that operates a wide range of initiatives responsible for promoting the wellbeing of our society and maintaining economic sustainability.
Abdul Jameel Latif Land proactively initiates and assesses its effects on society and the environment. The job creation programme, Bab Rizq Jameel, creates sustainable personnel and professional development while promoting awareness of emerging talent in Saudi Arabia and the region. Tarmeem Jameel renovates the homes of impoverished citizens to improve their standard of living.
We champion education for people of all ages, to empower them to lead better lives and create a better world. We create sustainable personal and professional development and promote global awareness of the emerging talent in the Arab world.
We collaborate with key stakeholders to translate knowledge gained from research findings into essential services and policies that enrich the lives of individuals with disabilities. The driving force behind this programme is to create job opportunities for people with disabilities, to enhance their independence and sense of self-worth.
We aim to change the lives of the least fortunate by renovating the homes of those less fortunate as a way of reconnecting them with the greater community.
Through Education Jameel, we champion education for people of all ages to empower them to lead better lives and enable them to positively contribute a better world. We create sustainable personal and professional development and promote global awareness of the emerging talent across the Arab world and beyond.
We’re committed to improving the health and wellbeing of Saudi Arabia’s vulnerable citizens. We built and funded the Abdul Latif Jameel Hospital, the first non-profit rehabilitation hospital in Saudi Arabia providing comprehensive rehabilitation and care for adults and children.
Founded at MIT in 2003, the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) is a global network of over 130 affiliated professors who use the power of scientific evidence to understand what really helps the poor and to research solutions to address those causes and not merely symptoms, thereby helping to build sustainable communities.
From the breath-taking Jameel Gallery for Islamic Art at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum and its associated Jameel Prize, to the Jeddah Sculpture Museum featuring the work of Henry Moore, Joan Miró, Alexander Calder, Mustafa Sunbul, and Rabia Al-Akhras, Art Jameel is showcasing contemporary art to global audiences.