At a meeting of the Ministry of Possibilities in Dubai.
PHOTO BY WAM
DUBAI – The next time you use a government service in the UAE, you may only need to pay with “points” earned from good behaviour.
Sheikh Saif Bin Zayed, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, recently announced the National Behavioural Rewards Programme at a meeting of the Ministry of Possibilities.
The proposed scheme will allow UAE residents to earn points that they can use to pay for government services.
According to Sheikh Saif, the scheme will reward more than 90 different types of positive behaviours to encourage patriotism, loyalty and good ethics.
The strategy will be guided by five themes: individual empowerment, family support, community interaction, economic growth and love of country.
Sheikh Saif, however, did not give details on when or how the initiative will be implemented. ICA/Expat Media
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