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Development institutions, sponsored by Prince Talal bin Abdulaziz held her meeting with the fourth coordination in Riyadh

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14 Oct 2011
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Women Empowerment
Sponsored by Prince Talal bin Abdulaziz, President of the Persian Gulf (AGFUND) held in Riyadh on Monday and Tuesday 17, January 18, 2011 Fourth Meeting of the institutions of the development of specialized emanating from (AGFUND), to discuss coordination, coherence and integration of plans, programs and projects to support the goals and shared visions, and to explore future prospects of Arab development, with a strategy to respond to new developments, and to develop mechanisms of action. Speciality meetings were organised to discuss bilateral coordination frameworks between institutions, and review of models of success in the experiments. And participate in meetings of the Higher Committee to promote the development partnership between the institutions specialized executives of each of: (AGFUND), the Centre of Arab Women for Training and the Arab Council for Childhood and Development, and Research, Arab Network for NGOs, Arab Open University, Banks for the Poor in the Arab World (National Bank for financing small projects in Jordan, Al-Amal Microfinance in Yemen, the Bank of creativity for microfinance in Bahrain, founder of hope for small enterprises in Egypt). The Supreme Committee was formed in 2008 and held its first meeting in Riyadh on Sunday, May 25, 2008, and the second meeting was held at the headquarters of the Arab Council in Cairo on February 24, 2009 m, the third meeting at the Center of Arab Women in the Tunisian capital, Tuesday 15 December 2009. And went out the decisions of the Supreme Committee meetings and recommendations of the development make their way to implementation, and the most important results of coordination between the sister institutions launch e-newsletter http://www.ashiqqa.org that highlight the roles of development institutions sponsored by His Royal Highness Prince Talal Bin Abdulaziz.

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