Government organizations have six months to use the new emblem that Dubai unveiled.

Dubai’s Crown Prince introduced the new logo for the Government of Dubai at the executive council’s first meeting following its recent reformation.

He managed the prompt implementation of the new logo across all Dubai government departments. In order to emphasize their individuality, entities will replace their current logos with new ones.

Government agencies will be allowed to use the new logo for six months.

The leader also allocated Dh40 billion for the “Dubai Portfolio for Public-Private Partnership” for 2024–2026. He also approved the “Affordable Housing Policy” for Dubai and the “Dubai Sandbox” project, which will initially assist one hundred tech entrepreneurs.

“We have restored the recognizable old emblem of Dubai and made it the official emblem of the Government of Dubai.” “The new logo represents the emirate’s progressive leadership, groundbreaking development trajectory, and advancement into a future-oriented metropolis,” stated Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Dubai’s Crown Prince and head of the Executive Council of Dubai.


“The government’s identity goes beyond the logo, encompassing dedicated teams committed to serving and operating under a culture of efficiency and excellence,” he added.

Dh40 billion to fund programs

During the meeting, the Dubai Executive Council approved Dh40 billion for the “Dubai Portfolio for Public-Private Partnership.” The portfolio aligns with the objectives outlined in the Dubai Economic Agenda, D33, and is overseen by the Department of Finance through the Dubai Digital Platforms.

Increasing government spending to Dh700 billion, increasing private sector investment in development projects to Dh1 trillion, and raising foreign direct investment to Dh650 billion by 2033 are some of these goals.

Affordable housing policy

The 2040 Urban Master Plan for Dubai aims to support vibrant and healthy communities by providing a range of economic opportunities and addressing housing needs, consistent with the “Affordable Housing Policy.”

This initiative will offer a range of housing options that are suitable for individuals with varied income levels, serving diverse segments of society. Additionally, it will simplify constructing additional housing for workers closer to their places of employment, raising the caliber of these facilities and ensuring that everyone in the community has access to enough services.

Among the entities taking part in the plan are the Dubai Municipality, the Dubai Land Department, the Roads and Transport Authority, and the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority.

The “Dubai Sandbox” project

The “Dubai Sandbox” project aims to encourage the expansion of start-ups based in Dubai, especially those in the technology and developing industries, by fostering an entrepreneurial culture and making financing more accessible. Having an impact on the globe at large is another goal of integrating with the global innovation ecosystem.

The project aligns with the goal of the D33 strategy, which is to establish Dubai as a leading hub for innovation. It is a component of D33’s first batch of 100 revolutionary projects, which aims to put Dubai among the top three city economies in the world and double the emirate’s economy over the following ten years. This includes domains such as artificial intelligence, real estate technology, health technology, and green technologies aimed at mitigating climate change.

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