Dubai: Dubai-based Sanad Village and Indonesia’s Alisan Group have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to establish Sanad Village Indonesia, a project valued at $100 million.
The signing ceremony took place on the sidelines of the Dubai Business Forum, a landmark event bringing together senior business leaders, global investors, and key public and private sector stakeholders to shape the future of business.
The agreement aims to enhance cooperation between the two parties in the private education sector as well as cater to people of determination through the launch of Sanad Village Indonesia, which expands the company’s footprint into the Indonesian market.
Sanad Village, which spans more than 30,000 square meters in The Sustainable City, Dubai, is one of the world’s largest centers for the treatment of people with autism spectrum disorders.
The facility offers support and training for people of determination in Dubai through result-driven and scientifically proven methods and therapies. It further offers distinguished services in areas including physiotherapy, occupational therapy, applied behavior analysis therapy, speech therapy, vocational training, and life-skills training.
The agreement was signed as part of The Deals Hub, a dedicated impact-driven platform for global business leaders and investors to forge and announce major business initiatives, partnerships, investments, and commercial alliances during the Dubai Business Forum.
The Forum, held under the patronage of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, brought together key stakeholders from across the globe to explore strategic economic partnerships, develop international networks, and open new horizons for business, trade, and investments.