Regional and International Organizations
Arab Planning Institute
P.O.Box 5834 Safat 13059 State of KuwaitEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Arab Planning Institute is a non-profit regional organization whose primary mission is to advance the cause of economic and social development in the Arab countries through training, research, consultancy, expert-group meetings and publication.
Arab Federation for Food Industries Dr. Hayssam Jaffan President of the Arab Federation P.O Box 10088, Damascus, Syria Tel: 963 11 2219615 email: email@example.com
AFFI is an Arab International Association belonging to the League of Arab States. AFFI was established in 1976 in order to facilitate the improvement of all food industries sectors and packaging materials producers, dealing with the standard specifications and focus on the quality control of raw materials, cooperating with the Centres for Applied Scientific Research
Arab Administrative Development Organization
2 A Al-Hijaz St., Heliopolis2692 Alhoria Heliopolis - Cairo - EgyptTel: (+202) 22580006 - 22581515 - 22581144Fax: (+202) 22580077Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Arab Administrative Development Organization (ARADO) was established in 1961, as a specialized organization affiliated with the League of Arab States, to assume the responsibility of promoting administrative development in the Arab region. ARADO’s strategy stems from the joint Arab economic strategy to enhance socio-economic development through enriching management knowledge and practices, and increasing the efficiency of Arab administration in various development sectors.
The Arab League Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization (Alecso) is a specialized agency having its headquarters in Tunis. The Organization, which works within the Arab League, is mainly concerned with enhancing and coordinating educational, cultural and educational activities in the Arab world. Alecso was founded in accordance with Article 3 of the Arab Cultural Unity Charter and its creation was officially announced in Cairo on 25 July 1970.
Arab Thought Foundation Al- Maarad Street behind AL Oumary Mosque – Arab Thought Foundation Building-Down Town – BeirutP.O.Box: 524-11-Beirut- Lebanon Telephone: 997100 009611Fax: 997101 009611
Arab Cultural Capital, Prince Khalid Al Faisal Ben Abdul Aziz solicited the business community and the intellectuals to forge a solidarity initiative to be concretized through the establishment of an Arab non-governmental foundation dedicated to the advancement and solidarity of the Arab society
Arab Bureau of Education for the Gulf States Riyadh 11614 P. O. Box 94,693 Tel: +966-1-4800555 Fax: +966-1-4802839 Kingdom of Saudi ArabiaE-mail:email@example.com
The Arab Bureau of Education for the Gulf States (ABEGS), located in Riyadh, is an intergovernmental regional organization that works within the seven member states, (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Yemen, Kuwait, Sultanate of Oman and Qatar). It was founded by the ministers of education in 23/10/1975 to promote cooperation and coordination in the fields of culture, education, science, information and documentation.
CGIAR Fund OfficeThe World BankMSN G6-6011818 H Street NWWashington, DC 20433 USATel: (202) 473-8951 Fax: (202) 473-8110 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) grew out of the international response to widespread concern in the 1950s, ’60s and early ’70s that many developing countries would succumb to hunger. Experts predicted widespread and devastating famine between 1970 and 1985, with hundreds of millions starving to death. Such grim predictions were proved wrong by a combination of connected trends: the reorientation of domestic policies in developing countries that were considered particularly vulnerable, sharply focused research by scientists in these countries, a great effort by farmers, and the impact of international research on tropical agriculture.
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