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JAZAN HOUSING PROJECT INAUGURATION CEREMONYA gift from King Abdullah for the displaced people

The King Abdullah Charitable Housing Foundation built 5 houses complexes for the displaced people of the Jazan region.
The Jazan Gov. Prince Muhammad bin Nasser opened the first phase of the project comprising 2,000 houses by cutting a ribbon during a ceremony at Hasma in Ahad Al-Masaraha on March 14th.
Filmmaster MEA Events hosted both the exhibition, where plans, images and small-scale models of the project where shown and the official ceremony, broadcasted live by Saudi TV.

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March 26, 2012 12:00 by



March 26, 2012 – The unstoppable growth of Saudi Arabia saw the inauguration of another pharaonic project. The King Abdullah Charitable Housing Foundation built 5 houses complexes provided with all the required facilities, including mosques, schools and health centers in addition to water and electricity, for the displaced people of the Jazan region.

A SR 6billions project to accommodate more than 5000 families that had been evacuated from the border with Yemen amid fighting between Yemeni intruders and Saudi armed forces in November 2009.

The Jazan Gov. Prince Muhammad bin Nasser opened the first phase of the project comprising 2000 houses by cutting a ribbon during a ceremony at Hasma in Ahad Al-Masaraha on March 14th.

Filmmaster MEA Events hosted both the exhibition, where plans, images and small-scale models of the project where shown and the official ceremony, broadcasted live by Saudi TV.

The Foundation's logo is also a result of Filmmaster MEA's creativity; the winning idea came from a flower typical of the Saudi region, the "foul": a 5 petals flower that perfectly embodies the 5 new cities.

In line with this driving motif, a flower-shaped stage, a themed room for hundreds illustrious guests, beautiful light games and projections made the event even more memorable.

Producer for all the video contents, including "The Human King" film, the FM MEA team travelled around Saudi to film the 5 areas, realizing short documentary clips that, integrated with graphic animation and beautiful music, were projected during the event.



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