Abu Dhabi, UAESaturday 24 August 2019

Calling all Abu Dhabi residents: government department urges participation in survey to improve quality of life

The survey focuses on housing, jobs, income, health, education and work/life balance and aims to improve residents' lifestyles

Residents take a walk on Abu Dhabi Corniche. Expatriates have been called upon to ill out a questionnaire designed by the Department of Community Development. Vicor Besa / The National
Residents take a walk on Abu Dhabi Corniche. Expatriates have been called upon to ill out a questionnaire designed by the Department of Community Development. Vicor Besa / The National

A government office is calling upon Abu Dhabi residents to let their voices be heard in a survey about their quality of life.

The Department of Community Development has launched its second questionnaire that seeks to gather information about residents’ lives in the emirate and how they can be improved.

The survey focuses on housing, jobs, income, health, education and work/life balance.

It was designed in response to the results of a survey, released by the department last year, in which more than 51,000 people participated.

Dr Mugheer Al Khaili, chairman of the Department, said the results would be used to inform policies and design infrastructure to improve the lives and social welfare of the capital’s residents.

He said residents of all ages are encouraged to participate in the survey: http://bit.ly/2KOD1ap

Updated: July 6, 2019 05:36 PM

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