In Bahrain, CLDP has worked closely with government officials and stakeholders to promote commercial legal reforms and address key areas of economic development through public and private sector input. Following a CLDP-sponsored program in Singapore on March 14-17, 2017, the Ministry of Industry and Commerce (MOIC) presented a framework of the Bahraini draft insolvency law during a subsequent work... Read More »
The advent of the Tunisian revolution has brought about renewed interest among citizens about how they can play a greater role in holding their government accountable. They often lack the knowledge, however, about the tools and resources at their disposal to do so. The Tunisian Association of Public Auditors (Association Tunisienne des Contrôleurs Publics, or ATCP) therefore organized a series ... Read More »
Khadija Elhammal, a 35-year-old hairstylist and makeup artist from Safi, Morocco, knew launching her own salon would come with its challenges. But with her determination and support from the Empowering Youth through Entrepreneurship in Morocco (EYEM) team, Khadija successfully opened her own salon. Khadija received a diploma in hairstyling and aesthetics from the National Initiative for Youth and ... Read More »
Kamal Riad a 31-year-old doctor from Casablanca, dreamed of opening his own medical center and providing high quality services—particularly in underserved rural areas—while in medical school. After graduating from the University of Casablanca’s Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy in 2012, Kamal held positions with La Samir Company in Mohammedia and OCP Group in El Jadida providing medical serv... Read More »
Salamey Book Signing: MEPI Beirut coordinator George Aldridge participated in a March 15 book signing at Lebanese American University where he exchanged greetings with LAU President Dr. Joseph G. Jabbra and Dr. Elise Salem, university vice president and director of LAU’s “Student Development and Enrollment Management” office that oversees the MEPI DC Tomorrow’s Leaders college scholarshi... Read More »
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