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John Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratories (United States)
World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters
Child Helpline International (International)
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (United States)
Universidad Nacional Arturo Jauretche Instituto de Ingenierí (Argentina)
Southern Africa Telecentre Networks
J.S.C Silknet [ROA] (Georgia)
Chulalongkorn University, Faculty of Engineering (Thailand)
Tele2 Telecommunication GmbH
Centre de Développement des Technologies avancées (Algeria)
Amity Institute of Telecom Engineering & Management, Amity U (India)
Groupe Défis & Stratégies
Centre de Recherche en Numérique de Sfax (Tunisia)
Arab Business Forum for Information and Communication Techno (International)
PES Institute of Technology (India) Foundation
Asociación de Reguladores Administrador del Foro Latinoamericano de Entes Reguladores de Telecomunicaciones
Colegio de Ingenieros Mecánicos y Electricistas, A.C. (Mexico)
VEON Ltd. (Netherlands)
Aggaros S.L. [OTHER ENTITY] (Spain)
Econet Telecom Lesotho (Pty) Ltd (ETL) (Lesotho)
Universidad Nacional del Sur (Argentina)
Telekom Networks Malawi Limited (Malawi)
Palestine Telecommunication Company (Paltel Group)
Telecom Egypt Data S.A.E. (TE Data) (Egypt)
Etihad Atheeb Telecom (EATC)
European Telecommunications Satellite Organisation
SAMENA Telecommunications Council [REGINTORG] (International (no specific country))
Wataniya Palestine Mobile Telecommunication Company



League of Arab States

The Arab League officially called the League of Arab States, is a regional organization of Arab economies in North and Northeast Africa, and Southwest Asia (Middle East). It was formed in Cairo on 22 March 1945 with six members: Egypt, Iraq, Transjordan (renamed Jordan in 1949), Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Syria and Yemen. The Arab League currently has 22 members and four observers. The main goal of the league is to "draw closer the relations between member States and co-ordinate collaboration between them, to safeguard their independence and sovereignty, and to consider in a general way the affairs and interests of the Arab countries. The Arab League has played a role in shaping school curricula, advancing the role of women in the Arab societies, promoting child welfare, encouraging youth and sports programs, preserving Arab cultural heritage, and fostering cultural exchanges between the member states.

CategoryInternational Organisations
Based inEgypt (Arab Republic of)
ITU Global DirectoryLeague of Arab States
Mr Nabil el-Arabi

Nabil el-Arabi was elected secretary-general of the Arab League in May 2011, succeeding fellow-Egyptian Amr Moussa. He took office in July.

Born in 1935 and a lawyer by training, Mr El-Arabi had a long career in the Egyptian diplomatic corps, and played a significant role in negotiations with Israel from the Camp David accords onwards.

During the uprising against President Hosni Mubarak in early 2011 Mr El-Arabi was one of a group of senior public figures who mediated the president's departure. He briefly served as foreign minister before taking up his post at the Arab League. All secretaries-general of the League have been Egyptians, except for the period 1979-1991 when Egypt was expelled over its peace treaty with Israel.