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  • 1. E-Mediat In Country Teams Sponsored by the Middle East Partnership Initiative of the United States Department of State
  • 2.
    • Country Director
    • Nada Hamzeh
    • Training Coordinator
    • Mona Messlmany
    Lebanon لبنان
  • 3. Jordan
    • Country Director
    • Nermeen Obeidat
    • Training Coordinator
    • Diana Al Mallahi
    • Strategy Advisor
    • Rami Al Karmi
    الأردن
  • 4. Morocco
    • Country Director
    • Widad El Hanafi
    المغرب
  • 5. Yemen
    • Country Director
    • Lina El Eryani
    اليمن
  • 6. E-Mediat Partners Lebanon, Jordan, Morocco and Yemen
  • 7. Lebanon
    • IT Association, Tripoli
      • The IT Association in Tripoli aims to encourage the IT investment in North Lebanon, improve the IT business, supervise the IT sector to guarantee better services for the consumer, facilitate the employment of IT graduates, organize seminars to familiarize communities with IT, and act as IT referee for the private and public sectors. http://www.it-lebanon.org /
    • Al Moultaka Women’s Forum, Beirut
      • A group of female physicians, university professors, lawyers, teachers and other community workers established the Women’s Forum in 2003. It serves the underprivileged population along The Southern Coast of Beirut by building schools, providing educational equipment, and organizing health education activities. http:// www.almoltakans.org /
    • The Cultural and Social Center of Dier Kanoun El Naher
      • Aid Lebanon’s El Naher Center is a non-governmental, civil society organization founded on principles of culture and human rights. It is dedicated to providing relief to victims of war and deprivation in Lebanon, and to raising awareness and promoting values in citizenship, democracy, education, and community-building. http:// www.aidlebanon.org /
    • Women in IT, Beirut
      • Women in Information Technology is a Lebanese non-profit association that was launched in 2006. It is dedicated to inspiring women to use technology as a tool for their empowerment. It also serves as a platform for professional women to share and exchange information, toggle issues of concern, implement strategies, and search for opportunities to strengthen the capacity of all women through the usage of ICT. http:// www.wit.org.lb /
  • 8. Jordan
    • Shabakat Al Ordon (lead)
      • Shabakat Al Ordon empowers citizens to meet the demands of emerging economic opportunities in order to improve the overall conditions of their lives. A non-for-profit limited liability company incorporated in Jordan in 2005, its mission is to drive and implement transformational strategies that improve the economic and social well-being of local communities. http:// www.ishabakat.org
    • Family Guidance and Awareness Center, Zarqa
      • FGAC is an independent multi-service community center and a Jordan Knowledge Station. The organization strives to improve the lives of women and their families through psycho-social, educational and job training services. http://www.fgac-jo.com /
    • Mlieh Development Center, Madaba
      • Mlieh Development Center is an affiliate organization of JOHUD servicing a small rural community in Madaba. The center is a Jordan Knowledge Station and part of UNIFEM’s e-Village program.
    • Princess Basma Development Center, Mafraq
      • The Princess Basma Center for Development is an affiliate organization of JOHUD and Jordan Knowledge Station servicing one of the most economically depressed areas of the Kingdom.
  • 9. Morocco
    • Tanmia (lead), Rabat
      • Tanmia provides services to citizens, NGOs, and other development stakeholders. Citizens use Tanmia’s website to exchange knowledge and ideas on a different topic each month, as well as for general information about Morocco and its government. Tanmia runs two cyber community centers, one in Salé and one in Temara, both near Rabat that offer a variety of IT services training to youth and civil society organizations which include computer training. http:// www.tanmia.ma /
    • Al Akhawayn University, Ifrane
      • Al Akhawayn was designed as a Moroccan university, original in its organizational and educational approach, using modern methods to disseminate Arab-Islamic and African culture, universal knowledge, with a specific focus on science and advanced technology. http:// www.aui.ma /
    • Association des Gestionnaires et Formateurs en Ressources Humanines (AGEF), Oujda
      • AGEF provides vocational training to youth with little or no formal education. They also offer matriculated students courses in English, professional development and computer training as well as academic and vocational guidance. http:// www.agef.org.ma
  • 10. Yemen
    • Development of Women and Children-SOUL (lead), Sana’a
      • A group of professional, Yemeni women established SOUL in 1997. As a non-profit, non-governmental Yemeni organization, SOUL is committed to raising the quality of life of Yemeni women and children through development projects and partnerships with civil society, government and international organizations. www.soul.org.ye
    • Al Takaful for Solidarity and Social Care, Taiz
      • Attakaful is a charitable organization established in 1997 located in rural Yemen. They run a variety of programs for underprivileged members in the Taiz community.
    • General Telecom Institute, Sana’a
      • GTI is a tech training institute in Sana’a and offers a variety of IT trainng courses such as ICDL. www.gti.edu.ya
  • 11. E-Mediat Partner Computer Labs
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