Saudi Arab is blessed with non-renewable resources and is rich in a variety of assets. It has a thriving society, good economic and cultural advantage and a perfect geographic location with different demography enabling the country to take a leading position in the world. Despite all this the condition of the residents in the country is poor. It is because most of the population in Saudi Arab is composed of nomads, villagers and township. Most of the rural homes are still deprived of the water and electricity networks (Arabia 2016). Poor residents have to live in small houses and shabbier neighborhoods that are not well maintained. Even the city is not tribally organized even though large families administer the local affairs. There is a wide gap between the middle age group people and that of the ruling families. Moreover, it was also examined that in Saudi family size is large and thus they require large rooms and space but due to poor financial condition of the people have to stay in a small house with limited space.
To overcome this problem and to become top 100 countries of the world, the kingdom is trying to understand the problem of its citizens. The kingdom thus came with a vision to increase the homeownership of the Saudi people by 60%. The kingdom launched house vision realization program in the city intending to provide housing solution to the Saudi families. It further aims to improve the housing condition of the present and future generation of the city by bringing the provision of guaranteed financial solutions so that citizens based on their current financial condition can own and gain the benefit of owning the house of their own (Al Surf and Mostafa 2017). These plans are being implemented for the underprivileged people of the society so that can own their house and improve their standard of living. The government is planning to invest highly in the housing sector.
People in Saudi Arab do not have their own houses and even they do not have access to the basic facilities. Many of the people in the country are unemployed. People find it difficult to meet the needs of large families (Alqahtany and Mohanna 2019). The condition of the poor is thus worse and this is why there was a requirement to enhance the living standard of the people by providing them houses at reasonable rates. The kingdom thus came up with a housing program to improve the condition of current and future generation.
Literature review plays a very important part to find out the gap in the research along with that it identifies the conflicts and unanswered questions in the other kinds of literature and scholarly papers. Here are two literature gathered from the scholarly paper.
Kyriazis et al (2018), stated that government of Saudi Arabia is providing loans at low interest and sometimes it provides on an interest-free basis so that all the citizens of the Saudi Arab have their own house to live. Homes in the newer areas in the country are well equipped with all the facilities that include electricity, water, sewerage and technical facilities like broadband connection and so on.
Similarly, Doheim et al. (2019) also claimed that the country is also trying to develop job opportunities and is also focusing on the development of local content so that this private sector can contribute in the economic growth of the country. Besides, it also talks about the enablement of Saudi Arabs suitable homeownership. It also describes the commitment of the kingdom to reduce the average per capita income to 5 times.
The primary objectives of the project are given below:
Here are some secondary objectives of the project.
The entire population of Saudi Arab will be considered for the project. It was found through an estimate that the current population of the country is 3.3 crore and for this project, the 50 random people will be selected for interview to know whether they have got any benefit of the housing program or not.
There are two methods for collecting data primary method and secondary methods. In this project since we are focusing on the qualitative data approach therefore the primary data collection method will be used for collecting data (Paradis et al. 2016). An interview of the people will be conducted to identify their exact condition in the country.
The collected data will be analyzed through thematic analysis. In this analysis, some codes are assigned to the database on identifying some themes from the interview (Braun et al. 2019). The next step is to review the themes, define names and at last produce the report. It is useful for both structured and semi-structured interviews.
This project will help the researches to find and analyze the outcome of various schemes and initiatives adopted by Saudi Arabia (Arabia 2016). It will help to understand how a country can regulate its sector, enable demand and increase the supply. It will help to analyze the policies and their impact on the poor Saudi people.
Timeline for any project is important because it helps to organize the task properly. There are a lot of ways to do that but here I will prefer a Gantt chart as it is useful for planning and scheduling the work. It assesses and tells how long the project will take to complete and also to manage the dependencies in the work. Gantt chart for this project is described below:
Identification of Research Problem
Research design and data collection method
Data Mining and Analysis and report presentation
Al Surf, M.S. and Mostafa, L.A., 2017. Will the Saudi's 2030 Vision Raise the Public Awareness of Sustainable Practices?. Procedia Environmental Sciences, 37, pp.514-527.
Alqahtany, A. and Mohanna, A.B., 2019. Housing challenges in Saudi Arabia: the shortage of suitable housing units for various socioeconomic segments of Saudi society. Housing, Care and Support.
Arabia, S., 2016. Saudi Arabia Vision 2030. Gazette, Riyadh Tuesday, 26.
Braun, V., Clarke, V., Hayfield, N. and Terry, G., 2019. Thematic analysis. Handbook of research methods in health social sciences, pp.843-860.
Doheim, R.M., Farag, A.A. and Badawi, S., 2019. Smart city vision and practices across the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia—a review. In Smart Cities: Issues and Challenges (pp. 309-332). Elsevier.
Kyriazis, A., Balasis, E. and Patsavos, N., 2018. Social housing as a state-funded mega project: A case study from Saudi Arabia. Architecture_media_politics_society, 13(3), pp.1-16.
Paradis, E., O'Brien, B., Nimmon, L., Bandiera, G. and Martimianakis, M.A.T., 2016. Design: selection of data collection methods. Journal of graduate medical education, 8(2), p.263.
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