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Generation Rising Transformed

1.5 Million Young Lives Across 15 Countries

Annual Report 2012-2013


INJAZ Al-Arab partners with leading organizations in the private sector to equip young people in the region to drive the economies of the Arab world forward through mentoring and training designed to inspire them and to develop ambition, entrepreneurship and professional skills. Founded in 2004, the NGO today operates in 15 countries across MENA as a confederation of national operations. More than one million Arab youth have participated in the program to date. INJAZ Al-Arab is unique in the sense that it emphasizes the importance of education and career initiatives to young Arabs, providing equal opportunities to them regardless of gender, background or social status. In parallel, it fosters among business leaders a responsibility for investing their resources in the future of the region’s youth and becoming the mirrors they want to see in the world by mentoring and providing opportunities to young people to rise to their true potential. A National Board of Directors leads each INJAZ country operation, with the INJAZ Al-Arab Regional Board responsible for directing overall strategy and organizational governance. These bodies comprise the region’s top business leaders who share a common ideal for the Arab youth. INJAZ Al-Arab is a member of Junior Achievement Worldwide.

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Contents Vision, Mission & Values

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Message from CEO

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Message from Chairman

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INJAZ in Numbers

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Regional Board Call to Action

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Sponsored Programs & Pro Bono Services

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Start Up

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Ripples of Happiness

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Steer Your Career

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INTEL Sci-Preneurship Competition

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ALESCO

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INJAZ Al-Arab Young Entrepreneurs Competition

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Generation Entrepreneur

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Member Nations’ Celebrations

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Awards and Recognitions

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Member Nations’ Digest

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Regional Board of Directors

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Meet Our Team

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Our Appreciation

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Vision Our vision is to inspire a generation of Arab youth to use their natural talents, inspiration, passion and determination to become the business leaders and entrepreneurs of tomorrow.

Mission Our mission is to accelerate young people’s ability to contribute to the economic development of our nations and region by connecting them with business leaders and providing them with the skills and mindset they need to become the entrepreneurs and business leaders of tomorrow.

Values Belief in the boundless potential of young people. Commitment to the principles of market-based economics and entrepreneurship. Passion for what we do and honesty, integrity, and excellence in how we do it. Respect for the talents, creativity, perspectives, and backgrounds of all individuals. Belief in the power of partnership and collaboration. Conviction in the educational and motivational impact of relevant, hands-on learning.

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Message from CEO INJAZ Al-Arab has been in the field of developing entrepreneurship, improving business literacy and workforce readiness for the past 13 years- but this year, we have witnessed a tremendous transformation. This year, we have seen a seismic shift not only in the way young people think about business, but in the way private sector partners are stepping up and governments are opening up to the idea of supporting start ups. Public-private partnerships are growing; we have seen progress specifically in the Levant region, the Gulf countries and Egypt where governments and private sector leaders are creating framework to provide easier access to financial means and seed funding to small enterprises. Culturally, starting a small business is not only becoming more acceptable, but an entrepreneurship revolution is emerging in the Arab world. Young people want to create jobs in their communities and participate in the global market through innovative business ideas. Regional television networks have also taken an interest in playing a role in the success of youth. As a result, our television series Generation Entrepreneur, aired on OSN this past year and was very well-received across the region. The reality TV show followed entrepreneurs from Lebanon, Tunisia and Egypt as they embarked on launching their startups and competed in their respective national competitions. At INJAZ Al-Arab, we are now reaping the returns from our alumni- INJAZ students from a few years ago are now experiencing success and mentoring younger entrepreneurs. One of our former students, Mustafa Hemdan founded Recyclobekia as part of INJAZ’s Start Up program. This year the company was listed in Forbes magazine as one of the Top 10 Startups to Watch in the Middle East. More and more young Arabs are able to realize their potential in business and enterprise because of the encouragement and support provided by INJAZ and by society as a whole. Entrepreneurship is not an unfamiliar term anymore as people have begun to embrace the idea of youth empowerment. Young Arabs are creating ground-breaking and innovative products, services and business and furthering development in the region and beyond.

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Soraya Salti CEO INJAZ Al-Arab


Message from Chairman Alongside a strong community of business leaders in the MENA region, I am very proud to have a role in driving the spirit of business and entrepreneurship amongst Arab youth. Remarkably, these youth are becoming the agents of economic, social and political change as they not only discover entrepreneurship but emerge as leaders in their respective fields. This rising generation is ready to confront the challenges head-on, and positively, with brilliant business plans and inspiring entrepreneurial proposals, engaging and employing their fellow peers and seeking innovative solutions. Throughout this past year, INJAZ Al-Arab reached over 355,000 youth across the region and has affected 1.5 million Arab youth since its inception. These young people have not only been inspired by the idea of starting a business, but many have launched these businesses, and also received funding and recognition for their ideas, innovation, and perseverance. As INJAZ expands its programs, more and more youth, who are hungry for change and progress, for growth and success, and for stability and a positive future, seize the chance to transform their hopes and ideas into profitable realities. These efforts translate into the strengthening of communities and regional economies. This generation should be proud that is has integrated itself into the global marketplace. Young people are not waiting for an invitation, they are creating opportunities for themselves. Young people of today do not need much pushing, they are eager to create their own livelihoods. We must work with our youth to help equip them with the necessary tools to continue down this road. INJAZ does this well and private sector partnership is critical in extending these opportunities to all youth across the region and helping them change their current and future landscape. Thank you for your continuing support.

H.E. Sheikh Khaled Bin Zayed Al Nehayan Chairman INJAZ Al-Arab

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INJAZ in Numbers 2012-2013 Number of students:

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Regional Advocacy “With Arab youth entering the workforce in the tens of millions over the next decade, I cannot think of any initiative more important than empowering them to control their own destinies through entrepreneurship.”

Frank Kemnetz President ExxonMobil Middle East

“INJAZ provides a crucial support to the youth of our region. The programme doesn’t just teach entrepreneurship, it teaches “life skills” that equip students with confidence and the solid tools to succeed in any pathway they decide to take in the future.”

Sjoerd Leenart CEO J.P. Morgan Middle East & North Africa

“INJAZ Al-Arab has been making a tangible difference to the lives of children in the Arab world and can only continue to drive these efforts with the support of volunteers. This is why, over the past two years, we have mobilized our MasterCard team members to become involved with the It’s my Business program, where we collectively work towards empowering youth to positively shape the future of this dynamic region.”

Michael Miebach President MasterCard Worldwide, Middle East & Africa

“As we strive to have impact on our society, we are very happy and proud to be a part of INJAZ’s mission of improving the lives of millions of Arab youth and developing the leaders of tomorrow.”

Omar El Hamamsy Director McKinsey & Company, Middle East & Egypt

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“HSBC believes that education, especially based around financial literacy and entrepreneurship, gives the next generation the confidence to tackle local problems, to break barriers and to contribute to their communities.”

Ammar Shams Regional Head of Corporate Sustainability HSBC Bank Middle East Limited

“Intel is committed to support sustained economic growth in the Arab region through regional collaborations and partnerships aimed at bridging the digital divide and fostering innovation. Our collaboration with INJAZ Al-Arab aims to inspire a culture of entrepreneurship and business innovation among Arab youth, to enable their success in the global economy, which is a key towards achieving our joint commitment towards the citizens of the region. The Sci-Preneurship Innovation Camp, which was hosted by the two companies this year, exemplifies our focus on coaching young scientists on developing science-based commercially viable solutions for major global challenges like water scarcity.”

Taha Khalifa Regional General Manager Intel Corporation, Middle East & North Africa

“It is our collective duty to contribute to economic viability and organic growth of the region by supporting Arab youth, by providing the tools they need to secure their futures and positively contribute to their societies.”

Jeffrey Johnson President Boeing Middle East

“In today’s Arab World, INJAZ’s role in addressing youth empowerment and employability skills has never been more important as the region is at one of its most defining moments in recent history.”

Omar Fahoum Chairman of the Board & CEO Deloitte & Touche Middle East

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Start Up Start Up program closes the cycle from entrepreneurship education to start-up creation for university and vocational education students, utilizing INJAZ corporate partners and its student pipeline of the Company and Be Entrepreneurial programs. Start Up program partners with corporation to incubate and provide seed funding, eco-system support and mentorship to give participants that extra boost they need to become legally registered, profitable establishments. Such mentorship can enhance a company’s survival by up to 200%.

Number of Start Ups - 37 Number of Jobs Created - 340 Seed Money Raised USD - $254,000

Youth Yell As youth took to the streets and painted their views across the walls of the Arab world, two young Moroccans in Rabat created a flourishing business producing clothing and artwork that was not only inspired by the powerful street art, but promoted it. Before participating in the Company Program, starting a business wasn’t on the radar screen of the founders of Youth Yell. “When I started high school,” says Lina Yakhloufi, “I wanted to get good marks to study engineering and work in a well-known company.” After joining INJAZ, her ambitions shot beyond the realm of established companies, and she and her partner, Sami Abdellauoi, entered the world of entrepreneurship instead. After months of challenging, thought provoking and often tiring work, their efforts were rewarded and Yell Out became the national winner of the program. This gave them the chance to compete in the 5th INJAZ Young Entrepreneurs Competition in Amman, Jordan, in 2010, where they won ‘Most Innovative Arab Product’. The company has grown in the two years since they completed the INJAZ program. Their community has embraced and promoted their success and they in turn have created job opportunities for its youth. Although business hasn’t slowed down, Lina managed to set up an organization for women on the side! STUDENTS LINA YAKHLOUFI AND SAMI ABDELLAUOI WITH INJAZ MOROCCO CHAIRMAN MR. ABBADD.

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Simpion When the 25 young founders of Simpion won a $8,600 seed fund award from Mobinil in the Company Program, no one knew that name would be worth $290,000 two years later! Judges gave their nod of approval to Simpion after they presented three products that make office, home and social life easier. They announced the first product with the news that they were the first manufacturers of 3D glasses in Egypt and North Africa! The second was Grabit, a plastic hand to help those carrying multiple bags on one arm. The third was an insulated beverage protector, Ican. This trio fit the criteria for flexible and innovative products. Recently awarded $58,000 from Cairo Angels Investment Group, they’re now diversifying their solutions and expanding to other parts of the Arab world. Amr Ahmed, elected CEO by the original team, wants to move into packaging solutions for raw materials and manufactured goods next. The sky is the limit! THE SIMPION TEAM

SIMPION’S 3D GLASSES

THE ICAN MAINTAINS THE TEMPERATURE OF BEVERAGE CANS

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Ripples of Happiness Ripples of Happiness highlights the meaning and impact of social responsibility in entrepreneurship on university campuses. Student teams create a project that will benefit their community, like helping the blind by taping audio books or employing marginalized women. The students plan and budget for the project, and after implementing it, a final report is submitted to a panel of judges. The winning teams earn further funding to continue their project and help their communities. The Ripples of Happiness program was implemented in Bahrain, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, and Saudi Arabia with more than 30 teams and 500 students.

Face to Face Against AIDS For Saudis living with HIV, it isn’t the concept of eventual death that poses the greatest obstacle, but their rejection by a society that considers the topic taboo. While Saudi Arabia reported 10,000 AIDS cases in 2006, doctors think the figure is closer to 80,000 today. That’s what makes Face to Face Against Aids - a group dedicated to spreading awareness about HIV - a much-needed initiative in the country. Formed by 10 undergraduates as their entry in the Ripples of Happiness, it got 3rd place, turning their $500 startup funds into $5000. Tackling the subject of AIDS also poses challenges due to the misconceptions surrounding it. Many were unaware that a mother can transmit the disease to her baby through birth or breastfeeding, or that infected syringes and blood-transfusions are among the top spreaders. This lack of information increases the number of cases, since infected individuals are discouraged, or afraid, to be tested for the disease and get treatment. Delving into unchartered territory in Saudi culture, Face to Face Against Aids focused on educating the public about the disease. Their two campaigns and lectures won them the support of Prince Khalid Al-Faisal and Mecca’s governor. Their social media channels enlisted 6000 followers. And their logo in a football stadium is the world’s largest ad for eradicating AIDS! FACE TO FACE ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN

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FACE TO FACE ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN

FOOTBALL STADIUM WITH THE RED RIBBON TO BUILD AWARENESS AND DEMONSTRATE SOLIDARITY WITH PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS

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Mommy Made This enterprise is the brainchild of American University of Beirut students who participated in the 2012 Ripples of Happiness program. They turned heads with their multi-faceted idea of recruiting mothers to cater, while turning a profit for themselves. The woman-empowering social business won them UN sponsorship and $20,000 to expand. The group found the underprivileged mothers through the NGO, St. Vincent De Paul, got professional chefs to train them and organized a catering service for events and dinners to help the women support their families. The initiative tackles other social issues as well. Not only do they provide affordable food for poverty-stricken families, and inspire customers to eat healthy, but the St. Vincent De Paul School, who donated their basement for the project, lets their children come to school for free. Now an officially registered company with the Ministry of Commerce, Mommy Made provides cooking reliable jobs for 11 mothers.

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Steer Your Career

The Steer Your Career program equips students with crucial work-readiness skills on Arab university campuses. Students learn how to interview, research and not only obtain and maintain a job, but develop the professional and personal skills to thrive in their field. This program provides sessions on interning, networking and other areas of needed expertise for thousands of students in the region. This initiative aims to reach 4,200 students in Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, and Lebanon from September 2012 to March 2014.

INJAZ PAKISTAN GROUP PICTURE OF STUDENTS IN ACTION

"The INJAZ Steer Your Career

workshop was a great learning experience. The sessions were very interactive and all the questions regarding the workplace were answered. Learning the mechanisms of applying for a job and acceptable practices at work was truly enlightening.

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Aruba Alam Pakistan

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ALECSO: Education Reform Project

Through an exciting partnership with the Arab League Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization, and funding from the World Bank, INJAZ Al-Arab is working to improve entrepreneurship education in the region. Collectively, this is being done by lobbying for better policies within Ministries of Education to mainstream entrepreneurship education and teaching 21st century skills in K-12 schools. So far, the efforts have led to a global bench mark report done by PwC and four round tables in Kuwait, Jordan, Morocco and Oman with interested ministries. Currently, a multistakeholder task force in Kuwait is being launched with the goal of creating long-term policy changes in education systems.

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INTEL Sci-preneurship Camp The first MENA Sci-Preneurship Competition in partnership with Intel! Award-winning young scientists joined forces with young entrepreneurs in a 48-hour challenge to come up with innovative viable business solutions to water scarcity in our region. Youth from Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Egypt and Saudi Arabia gathered in Amman in July 2013 to compete in addressing this challenge. The event was kicked off by a shocking presentation by Intel’s Khaled Addas on the dire status of the world’s water, followed by an upbeat talk on the massive business awaiting participants in the region, when it comes to water, by Ennis Rimawi, founding CEO of MENA’s first renewable energy and water fund.

The panel of judges (Ferruh Gurtas, Intel regional director of corporate affairs; Bashar Hawamdeh, founder/CEO of MenaITech and Tarek Abu Dehays, founder/CEO of AquaTreat Group) picked the winning concepts. And the winner was…! Re-H2O from Lebanon, a service company that provides a pipe system to collect water from all the air conditioners in a building and re-channels it to the main water tank, reducing consumption – and the bill. Runners up Saudi Arabia and Morocco came up with ideas to improve water usage in agriculture, a sector that wastes 65% of the world’s water!

JUDGES

RUNNERS UP SAUDI ARABIA AND MOROCCO

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Generation Entrepreneur “INJAZ Al-Arab miniseries reflects our strategy of promoting youth initiatives and acquiring original content with strong positive message. We believe in local talents and are fully committed to all programmes that help the youth of today become leaders of tomorrow. INJAZ Al- Arab is compelling viewing because of its honesty and great story telling. We are very pleased to have the world premiere of INJAZ Al- Arab on OSN YAHALA SHABAB HD.” Khulud Abu Homos Senior Vice President, Programming & Creative Services OSN

Generation Entrepreneur’ INJAZ’s reality TV series was premiered and aired on OSN Ya Hala Shabab HD, the premium paid satellite television network in the Middle East and North Africa region, during October 2013. Generation Entrepreneur features the efforts of young Arab entrepreneurs competing for incubation funding to start companies as part of INJAZ Al-Arab's entrepreneurship program. The episodes follow teams in Lebanon, Egypt, and Tunisia as they launch their startups, elect officers, issue stock, market their product or service, and compete in their respective national competitions for a chance to advance to the regional competition in Doha, Qatar. The episodes are character-driven, with a cast of enterprising students who believe in the promise of economic opportunity at a time when the surging youth population has led to record youth unemployment and underemployment throughout the region. Each episode reveals the cast members' personal and professional challenges. In the nail-biting

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finale, the winners from each episode compete head to head against twelve other Arab countries in the hopes of winning the title of Best Arab Company of the Year. Generation Entrepreneur is a Layalina production, in association with INJAZ Al-Arab. It is directed by Shawn Thompson and created, written and executive produced by Leon Shahabian, Layalina's Executive Vice President.


INJAZ Al-Arab Young Entrepreneurs Competition

INJAZ Al-Arab held its 6th Annual INJAZ Al-Arab Young Entrepreneurs Competition 2012 in Doha – Qatar where Algeria and Yemen tied as winners for their eco-citizenship initiative. ALGreenIA and Creative Generation from Algeria and Yemen respectively walked away with the top accolade for the ‘Best Company of the Year’ award at the 6th annual INJAZ Al-Arab Young Entrepreneurs Competition held under the patronage of H.E. Sheikh Abdulla Al-Thani of Qatar Foundation. Judged by Fadi Ghandour, Founder and CEO of Aramex, Sheikha Hanadi Al Thani, Founder and Chairperson of Amwal, Slim Othmani, Vice President of Afia Algeria, Fadi Michael Bey, Vice President of ExxonMobil Qatar Inc., and Abdul Hakeem Mostafawi, CEO of HSBC Bank Middle East Qatar, student companies were assessed on their ability to demonstrate sound business insight, financial knowledge, marketing support and feasibility studies. In addition, competing students were required to spend one day showcasing their products, presenting to the public, and holding a private question and answer session with the judging panel in order to present their business in its entirety.

5,400 students 240 real life enterprises 13 countries battling for victory JUDGES

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Member Nation Celebrations

All 15 member nations made it to the 5th annual MENA staff training in Istanbul! Four trainers led the fruitful meeting in February 2013: Jarle Tommerbakke, Livia Di Nardo, Roxanna Stefanescu from JA Europe and Gunsel Topbas from Citi Group Turkey. Member nations were granted awards at a gala dinner to celebrate their efforts and dedication.

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Awards and Recognition Getting Closer to the Top! INJAZ Al-Arab was recognized for tackling Arab youth unemployment and ranked in the world’s top 100 NGOs for the 2nd consecutive year.

Once again INJAZ Al-Arab was acknowledged as one of the world’s most influential and prominent NGOs by The Global Journal. This ranking awards dynamic and innovative NGOs across the world for their social, economic and humanitarian impact. Moving up four spots from last year’s ranking to 92, we were recognized for our extensive efforts to tackle the pressing issue of Arab youth unemployment amid all the political and social upheaval in the region. This accolade puts us on par with such NGOs as Doctors without Borders, Acumen Fund, Oxfam, Wikimedia Foundation and BRAC. INJAZ is one of two non-profits in the region to be honored, highlighting our uniqueness and the urgent need for a proactive approach to the growing problem facing the Arab world. The other, Friends of the Earth Middle East, focuses on sustainable development. The Global Journal is a print and online publication based in Geneva and NY. It covers the issues and players shaping global governance through exclusive interviews with key players, and in-depth reports on current debates and thought-provoking ideas for a growing international audience. Many thanks to The Global Journal for this honor.

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Startup Rising: The Entrepreneurial Revolution Remaking the Middle East

By Christopher M. Schroeder INJAZ Al-Arab was mentioned chapter six of the book “Startup/Turnaround—The Education of a New Generation. In the midst of civil wars in Egypt and Syria to protests raging in Turkey, turmoil in the Middle East, a quieter revolution has begun to emerge, one that might ultimately do more to change the face of the region. This revolution is the rise of entrepreneurs and social entrepreneurs. Many think of the Middle East as a region of turmoil and unrest, but outside this limited narrative are the profound changes being driven by a new generation. This is a generation of entrepreneurs and social entrepreneurs who are using technology to innovate and solve social problems as well as navigate the Arab world’s unique obstacles and opportunities. One example is INJAZ.

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Algeria 1,200

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Leen Abdul Jaber Executive Director

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Samir Karoum Chairman

Board Members Mr.Samir Karoum, CEO, Alstom Mrs.Hind Benmiloud, CEO, Law firm Mr. Ali Azzouz, CEO, CBS, Xerox Mr. Luc Callebat, CEO, Lafarge Mr. Sofiane Chaib, CEO, IN-tuition Mr. Francois De maricourt, CEO, HSBC Ms. Nawal El Aidaoui, CEO, P&G Mr. Madjid Fechkeur, CEO RedMed Group Mr. Touffik Fredj, CEO, GE Mr. Joseph Ged, CEO, Nedjma Mr. Alexander Hamadouche, CEO, Abraaj capital Mr. Ramz Hamzaou, CEO, Citi bank Mr. Hassen Khelifati, CEO, Alliance Assurance Mr. Abdelwahab Chebata, CEO, Schlumberger Mr. Ahmed Moussouni, CEO, Afia du groupe savola Mr. Slim Othmani, CEO, NCA Rouiba Ms. Rym Othmani, CEO, MMC DDB

Facts & Figures

GDP (purchasing power parity): $274.5 billion (2012) GNI per capita: $8,310 (2011) Percent of population, ages 15-24: 18.1% (2013) Percent of working age population, ages (15-24): 21% (2011) Latest youth unemployment rate: 21.5% (2010)

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Achievements ∞ INJAZ El Djazair has reached out to a total of 1880 students since its inception to date, a total of 12 public universities implemented INJAZ El Djazair programs in the provinces of Algiers , Boumardas, Blida, Oran and M’sila ∞ Winning the Regional Competition: INJAZ El Djazair presented by the student team “Algreenia” won the Best student Company of 2012, in its first participation, at the Sixth INJAZ Al Arab Young Entrepreneurs Competition in Doha, Qatar

Gold Sponsors

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Bahrain 16,242

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Abdul Rahman Al Jawahery Chairman

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schools

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Sheikha Hessa Al-Khalifa Executive Director

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Mr. Abdulrahman Jawahery, President, Gulf Petroleum Industries Company Mr. Mazen Manna, CEO, Citi Bank Mr. Ahmed A.Rahim, Acting CEO, Ithmaar Bank Mr. Essa Al Jowder, Office Managing Partner, Ernst & Young Dr. Mohammed Al Khalifa, CEO, Bahrain National Gas Company Mr. Ahmed Al Khalifa, Group GM Human Resources & Development, Batelco SH. Hessa Al Khalifa, Chairwoman, Al Salam Bank Mr. Abdulhakeem Al Khayat, Managing Director & CEO, Kuwait Finance House Mr. Mahmood Al Kooheji, CEO, Tamkeen Mr. Adel Al Moayyed, Acting CEO, Bapco Mr. Maher Al Musallam, Acting CEO, Gulf Air Mr. Moanes Al Mardi, Chairman, Bahrain Journalists Association Mr. Mahmood Al Soufi, CEO, Bahrain National Holding Company Mr. Abdulkarim Bucheery, CEO, Bank of Bahrain & Kuwait Mr. Mathew J. Deakin, CEO, HSBC Mr. Ehab Lori, GM, Fourtune Promoseven Mr. Aqeel Raees, CEO, Gulf Hotels Group Mr. Silvan Varghese, COO & Acting CEO, Khaleeji Commercial Bank Mr. Qayes Zu’bi, Managing Partner, Qays H. Zu’bi Attorneys & Legal Consultant

GDP (purchasing power parity): $32.44 billion (2012) GNI per capita: $21,200 (2010) Percent of population, ages 15-24: 15.9% (2013) Percent of working age population, ages 15-24: 19.1% (2010) Latest youth unemployment rate: 54.10% (2008)

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Achievements ∞ Bahrain Applied Science University won the first prize in “ Ripples of Happiness” project: A team of 25 undergraduate and postgraduate students from the Applied Science University in Bahrain have been awarded $10,000 by Coca-Cola Middle East after taking first place in the regional ‘Ripples of Happiness’ program. The students’ submission, entitled ‘Spotlight’, aimed to raise awareness of the difficulties facing blind people in Bahrain ∞ Winner of Quality Award and Compliance during Regional Annual MENA Training held in Istanbul, during February 2013

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102,479

Egypt Iskandar Shalaby Chairman

students

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schools

universities

Dina El Mofty Executive Director

Board Members

Facts & Figures

Mr. Iskandar Shalaby, President & CEO, Mobinil Mr. Hany Messeiry, President & Managing Director of GE Ventures Mr. Aftab Ahmed, Managing Director & Country Business, Citibank Mr. Shehab Alnawawy, Chairman & Managing Director Giza Systems Ms. Neveen Eltahri, Chairperson & Managing Director, Delta Shield Investment Ms. Heba Eskandar, Corporate Development Director, Orascom Construction Industries Mr. Mohammed Farouk, Executive Vice President, Americana Mr. Adel Garas, Business Unit General Director North East Africa, PepsiCo Dr. Sherif Kamel, Dean Of Business School, The American University In Cairo Mr. Andrew Long, CEO, HSBC Mr. Hesham Mikawy, President & CEO, BP Mr. Kamel Saleh, Managing Partner, Deloitte Ms. Ghada Waly, Managing Director, Social Fund For Development Mr. Andy Wells, Chairperson & Managing Director Fuel Marketing, ExxonMobil

GDP (purchasing power parity): $537.8 billion (2012) GNI per capita: $5,401 (2012) Percent of population, ages 15-24: 18% (2013) Percent of working age population, ages 15-24: 22% (2011) Latest youth unemployment rate (ages 19-24): 41% (2013)

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Achievements ∞ Over the past year INJAZ Egypt managed to reach out to a total of 102,000 students throughout Egypt ∞ INJAZ Egypt received a Metlife Award worth $135,000 dollars for the creation of their very own entrepreneurial pipeline “Start Up Egypt”. Its official launch date is September 2013 and it’s the first of its kind in Egypt

Gold Sponsors

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Jordan 127,452 3,636 students

Rudain Kawar Chairman

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36 universities

Deema Bibi CEO

Board Members

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Mr. Ala’a Saoudi, Aramex Mr. Kamal Al-Bakri , Cairo Amman Bank Mr. Oussama Massoud, Crown Plaza Amman Mr. Ihab Hinnawi, Umniah Mr. Osama Imseeh, Imseeh Jewelry Dr. Amjad Aryan, Pharmacy 1 Mr. Omar Agha, Saraya Holdings H.E. Mrs. Nadia Al-Saeed, Bank Al Etihad Ms. Abeer Qumsieh, Better Business Mr. Basil Marji, Izzat Marji Group Mr. Salim Karadsheh, Nuqul Group

GDP (purchasing power parity): $38.67 billion (2012) GNI per capita: $4,340 (2013) Percent of population, ages 15-24: 19.9% (2013) Percent of working age population, ages 15-24: 19% (2011) Latest youth unemployment rate: 32% (2012)

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Omar Alghanim Chairman

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Rana Al Nibari CEO

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Mr. Omar Alghanim, CEO, Alghanim Industries Mrs. Sharifa Al-Homaizi, Partner, Jasim Y Homaizi Trading Co (Ikea) Dr. Nasser Abulhassan, Principal, Agi Architects Mr. Michel Accad, CEO, Gulf Bank Eng. Khaled Al Mashaan, Chairman & Managing Director, Al Argan International Real Estate Company Sheikha Reem Al Sabah, General Manager, Quality Stream Dr. Yousef Al-Ebraheem, Advisor, Al-Diwan Al-Amiri Mr. Bader Al-Kharafi, Chairman & Managing Director, Gulf Cable Mr. Abdulwahab Al-Marzouq, Managing Director, K4 General Trading & Contracting Co Mr. Meshaan Al-Meshaan, Vice President-Head of Asset Management, Al Argan International Real Estate Company Mr. Abdulwahab Al-Mutawa Mr. Khalid Al-Mutawa, General Manager, Ali Abdulwahab Al Mutawa Commercial Co Mr. Tarek Sultan, Chairman & Managing Director, Agility Logistics

GDP (purchasing power parity): $165.9 billion (2012) GNI per capita: $52,793 (2010) Percent of population, ages 15-24: 15.4% (2013) Percent of working age population, ages 15-24: 31% (2011) Latest youth unemployment rate: 23.3% (2010)

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Achievements ∞ INJAZ Kuwait implemented impactful programs for higher age group; in dual languages localized 4 programs (precedence in delivering standardization in region) and piloted 2 programs, namely I-camp & Social Innovation Relay, a global online program/competition ∞ 100% growth in Public schools, INJAZ Kuwait implemented its program in 42 public schools through the collaboration with Ministry of Education

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Lebanon 3,004 students

Michel Fattal Chairman

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universities

Rania Jalkh Executive Director

Board Members Mr. Michel Fattal, Vice President, Fattal Holding Mr. Kamal Katra, Board Member, Merrill Lynch Mr. Yusuf Kan’an, Area General Manager, CCC Mr. Tarek Kebrit, Principal, The Abraaj Group Mr. Peter Yeates, CEO, HSBC Mrs. Melek Nemr, Founder / Director, Unite Lebanon Youth Project Mr. Joseph Maalouf, Senior Partner, Beyond Consulting And Training Mr. Jihad Chidiac, Country Manager, Aramex Mr. Raymond Audi, Chairman, Bank Audi Mrs. Elissar Antonios, CEO, Citi Bank, Lebanon Dr. Talal Jaber, Managing Partner, Jaber Law Firm Mr. Bassel Eltell, Vice-President & Country Manager, Mastercard Worldwide Mr. Raffi Demerjian, Chairman, Demerjian Group

Facts & Figures GDP (purchasing power parity): $63.69 billion (2012) GNI per capita: $12,364 (2012) Percent of population, ages 15-24: 17.5% (2013) Percent of working age population, ages 15-24: 22% (2011) Latest youth unemployment rate: 24% (2013)

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Achievements ∞ Best Practice for HSBC/JA More than Money in the MENA region. INJAZ Lebanon won the best practice for delivering the JA More Than Money, year 4, to students whose first language is not English, thereby developing their financial vocabulary in English, the international business language. The program targeted 300 students from 5 semi private and private schools in Beirut and Mount Lebanon ∞ VISIO Lebanon wins The Best Social Impact Award at the INJAZ Al-Arab Young Arab Entrepreneurs Competition 2012 | VISIO, the INJAZ Lebanon student company, competed against 13 INJAZ student companies from the Arab region and won the 2012 Nasser Bin Khalid Best Social Impact Award at the 6th annual INJAZ AlArab Young Arab Entrepreneurs Competition in Doha, Qatar

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Morocco 6,509 students

256

77

4

volunteers

schools

universities

Mhammed Abbad Andaloussi Chairman/CEO

Board Members Mr. Mhammed Abbad Andaloussi Mrs. Abla Benadallah, Human Capital Director, Sni Group Mr. Jaouad Cheikh Lahlou, Chairman & CEO, Cooper Pharma Mrs. Hind Mejjati Alami, Communication Manager, Vivo Energy Mr. Amine Souhail, General Secretary, Sopriam Mr. Amin Abrak, CEO, Managem Group Mr. Abdelbaset Achiq, CEO, Cosumar Mrs. Rabia Al Alama, CEO, Amcham Mr. Rachid Benmokhtar, President, ONDH Mr. Badr Benyoussef, Development Director, Casablanca Stock Exchange Prof. Mohammed Berrada, Chairman & CEO, Sonatex Mr. Sami Chabenne, Partner & Managing Director, Boston Consulting Group Mr. Ismail Douiri, CEO, Attijari Wafa Bank Mr. Abdelmounaim Faouzi, Managing Partner, Capital Consulting Mrs. Nadia Fassi Fehri, CEO, FC Com Mr. Adil Khamis, Strategy & Development Director, Nareva Holding Mrs. Laila Mamou, Chairman of the Management Board, Wafassalaf Mr. Walter Siouffi, Chairman & CEO, Citi bank Mr. Brahim Slaoui, CEO, Mafoder

Facts & Figures GDP (purchasing power parity): $171 billion (2012) GNI per capita: $4,880 (2011) Percent of population, ages 15-24: 18% (2013) Percent of working age population, ages 15-24: 29% (2011) Latest youth unemployment rate: 17.9% (2011)

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Achievements ∞ Creation and implementation of a new program | In partnership with the Casablanca’s Stock Exchange, INJAZ AL-Maghrib created a new program, “Stock in Action” to introduce the world of stock exchange and financial products to high-school students through the method of “learning by doing”. The program was launched in 8 high-schools of March of this year Thanks to this new program, the Metlife Foundation and Junior Achievement Worldwide awarded the prize of entrepreneurship 2013 to INJAZ Al-Maghrib. The prize of entrepreneurship aims to identify and promote the replication and adaptation of innovative programs developed by members of Junior Achievement Worldwide in this global competition by presenting the program Stock in Action. In this regard, INJAZ Al-Maghrib will receive 25,000 dollars ∞ The launch of Company Program in two new cities | Company Program, main program of INJAZ AlMaghrib, which guides students to create their own junior company, was launched in Khouribga and El Jadida in favor of 375 students trained this year a total of 2,265 students. Within the framework of this training, 87 junior companies were created Gold Sponsors

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3,098

Oman Khalid M Al Zubair Chairman

53

students

volunteers

12

20

schools

universities

Shabib Al Ma’mari Executive Director

Board Members

Facts & Figures

Mr. Michel Fattal, Vice President, Fattal Holding Mr. Khalid Al-Zubair, Al-Zubair Corp Mr. Wael Al-Lawati, Omran Ms. Ghada Al-Yousf, Al-Yousf Group Mr. Hamed Al-Sulaimi, Al-Sulaimi Group

GDP (PURCHASING POWER PARITY): $90.66 billion (2012) GNI per capita: 25,720 (2010) Percent of population, ages 15-24: 20.2% (2013) Percent of working age population, ages 15-24: 31% (2011) Latest youth unemployment rate: 21% (2012)

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Achievements ∞ Having won the HSBC Award for Most Innovative Product during the INJAZ Al-Arab Young Entrepreneurs Competition in 2012, Mathaq, was subsequently registered and received nearly $13,000 in funding to expand staff and produce more products

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Pakistan 2,761

students

Muneer Kamal Chairman

114

21

3

volunteers

schools

universities

Azra Maqsood Executive Director

Board Members

Facts & Figures

Mr. Muneer Kamal, Vice Chairman, Kasb Finance Mr. Ghufran, Atta Khan, Chief Marketing & Communications Officer, Karachi Electric Supply Corporation Dr. Razi Azmat, Head Human Resources, Habib Bank Limited Mr. Waqar Hassan Siddique, Managing Partner, Abraaj Capital Mr. Qaiser Jamal, Country Business Head Oil Refining, Byco Oil Pakistan Mr. Ahsan Jamil, CEO, Aman Foundation Mr. Nadeem Lodhi, Managing Director, Citibank Pakistan

GDP (purchasing power parity): $514.6 billion (2012) GNI per capita: 2,566 (2012) Percent of population, ages 15-24: 21.6% (2013 Percent of working age population, ages 15-24: 41% (2011) Latest youth unemployment rate: 35% (2012)

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Achievements ∞ First Member Nation within the INJAZ Al-Arab network to successfully launch and complete Steer Your Career ∞ In a nation where: women industry employability is 12% and, women services employability is 13%, INJAZ Pakistan has impacted 36% women through its Entrepreneurship programs in its first academic year of operations. With this expansion strategy in place, INJAZ Pakistan is expecting even more women to participate next year

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Palestine 27,256 students

Ali Aggad Chairman

815

138

25

volunteers

schools

universities

Randa Salameh Executive Director

Board Members

Facts & Figures

Mr. Ali Aggad, CEO, Apic Mr. Bassam Walweel, GM, Golden Wheat Mills Mr. Muhannad Asaf, GM, Ittqan Attorney At Law Mrs. Hiba Darwish, Director Of Sustainability & Investors Relations, Padico Holding Mr. Thaer Hamyel, Head Of Public Relations & Marketing Department, Bank Of Palestine Mr. Emad Hindi, GM, NBC Mr. Jamal Hurani, Regional Director, Arab Bank Mr. Samir Jarred, Economic Consultant, Arab Fund Mr. Emad Lahham, Director Of Public Relations Management, Paltel Group Mr. Basher Ajjawi, CEO, Ajjawi Mr. Basher Al-Hawamdeh, GM, Menatech Mr. Hshim Al-Shawa, Chairman, Bank Of Palestine Mr. Zahi Anabtawi, GM, Al-Arz Co.ltd Mr. Amer Ayoub, Chairman, Madar Mr. Waleed Fakhoouri, Chairman, Arab Islamic Bank Mr. Sameh Hamdan, GM, Raya FM Mr. Fayez Husseini, CEO, Watanya Mobile Mr. Jamal Milhem, CEO, Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Organization Mr. Emad Saa’di, Regional Director, Islamic Bank

GDP (purchasing power parity): $8.022 billion (2011) GNI per capita: $1,610 (2013) Percent of population, ages 15-24: 21.3% (2013) Percent of working age population, ages 15-24: 17% (2011) Latest youth unemployment rate: 35.7% (2012)

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Achievements ∞ INJAZ Palestine obtained a scholarship grant from Coca-Cola Foundation for the third year. This scholarship program gives 9-10 students from different national universities the opportunity to spend one academic year at Bilkent university in Turkey. This rich experience has affected the students through strengthening their personality, and learning about different cultures ∞ H2O Meter student company, winners of the national competition, participated in INJAZ Al-Arab Young Entrepreneurs Competition 2012 in Doha and won the Barwa Bank’s Award for the ‘Best Marketing Plan’

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Qatar Sheikha Hanadi Al Thani Chairman

2,123

177

15

6

students

volunteers

schools

universities

Aysha AlMudahka Executive Director

Board Members

Facts & Figures

Mrs. Hanadi Al Thani, Chairperson, Amwal Mr. Ashraf Abu Issa, President, Blue Salon Mr. Abdullah Al Marri, Chairman, Qatar First Bank Mr. Mohammad Al Rashid, Head of Media Pr & Communications, Qatar Petroleum Mr. Saud Al Thani, CEO, Ooredoo Mr. Barton Cahir, President & GM, ExxonMobil Dr. Izzat Dajani Mr. Samer Jaghoub, Managing Partner, Deloitte Mr. Abdulkareem Mostafawi, CEO, HSBC Mr. Shashank Srivastava, CEO, QFC Mr. Georges White

GDP (purchasing power parity): $189 billion (2012) GNI per capita: $80,440 (2013) Percent of population, ages 15-24: 13.9% Percent of working age population, ages 15-24: 65% (2011) Latest youth unemployment rate: 1.3%

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Achievements ∞ Awarded the Gold Award for Outstanding Entrepreneurial Support at the Social Development Centre ‘Reyada’ Awards ∞ Successfully launched the Youth Job Readiness Program in partnership with Bedaya Centre and sponsored by Boeing, which included a 1-day Job Shadow Day and a month-long summer internship

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51,549 1,095

Saudi Arabia Abdulkareem Abu Alnasr Chairman

students

volunteers

576 schools

6 universities

Nael Fayez CEO

Board Members Mr. Abdul kareem Abu Alnasr, Board Member, The Savola Group Mr. Mohammed Abdul latif jameel, President, Abdul Latif Jameel Co.LTD Mr. Saeed Alghamdi, CEO, National Commercial Bank Mr. Sami Baroum, Board Member, The Savola Group Mr. Nael Fayez, CEO, INJAZ Saudi Arabia Dr. Abdulraouf Manna, Managing Director, The Savola Group Eng. Abdullah Rehaimi, Board Member, The Savola Group

Facts & Figures GDP (purchasing power parity): $740.5 billion (2012) GNI per capita: $22,616 (2012) Percent of population, ages 15-24: 19.6% (2013) Percent of working age population, ages 15-24: 12% (2011) Latest youth unemployment rate: 28% (2013)

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Achievements ∞ Reaching rural areas | Our youth’s potential is limitless. For that INJAZ Saudi Arabia accepted the challenge to educate and inspire our future leaders in their personal and professional lives by empowering their skills under the three INJAZ Saudi Arabia pillars in more than half the country. Throughout its splendid success today INJAZ Saudi Arabia is empowering our youth across the entire country ∞ Marginalized Community | INJAZ Saudi Arabia aims to empower and support different minority groups to inspire those who want to lead a better life. Dreams, ideas and talent are found everywhere, for this reason, programs were offered to orphans and the visually impaired to provide them with the skills, knowledge and opportunity they need for a better tomorrow

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2,997

Tunisia

91

students

volunteers

26

22

schools

universities

Ahmad Bouzguenda Abdallah Ben Abdallah Chairman CEO

Board Members Mr. Ahmad Bouzguenda, CEO, SBF Mr. Ahmaed Bassalah Ms. Sonia Ben Mrad, Com Responsible, Vivo energy Mr. Mahmoud Ben Sedrine Mr. Mahmoud Ettiriqi, CEO & Founder, MSB Mr. Adel Goucha, Abraaj capital Mr. Majdi Hassen, IACE Mr. Mark Liebster, CEO, Shell upstream Tunisia Mr. Mohammed Toumi, CEO, Sarost Mr. Mahmoud Triki

Facts & Figures GDP (purchasing power parity): $104.4 billion (2012) GNI per capita: $8,850 (2011) Percent of population, ages 15-24: 16.5% (2013) Percent of working age population, ages 15-24: 22% (2011) Latest youth unemployment rate: 16.7% (2012)

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45

0 2008-09

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2012-13

Achievements ∞ An MOU has been signed between INJAZ Tunisia and The National Engineering School of Tunis (ENIT : Ecole Nationale des Ingénieurs de Tunis) to integrate the Company Program into the school curriculum ∞ INJAZ Tunisia programs have been implemented in 6 new regions thanks to the UK Embassy funding

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U.A.E Sheikh Khaled Bin Zayed Al Nehayan Chairman

7,980

1,372

students

volunteers

43

17

schools

universities

Sulaf Al-Zu’bi CEO

Board Members

Facts & Figures

Sheikh Khaled Bin Zayed Al-Nehayan, Chairman, Bin Zayed Group H.E. Dr. Abdullah Al-Darmaki, CEO, Khalifa Fund for Enterprise Development Mr. Morten Mauritzen, President, Exxon Al-Khalij Mr. Jeff Johnson, President, Boeing Middle East Mr. Arshad Ghafur, President – MENA, BAML Mr. Steve Donovan, Head of Global Transaction Services, Middle East & Pakistan, Citi Mr. Elie Khoury, CEO, Omnicom Media Group Mr. Abdul-Fatah Sharaf, CEO, HSBC Mrs. Lubna Qassim, Director of the Department of Economic Legislations, Ministry of Economy

GDP (purchasing power parity): $271.2 billion (2012) GNI per capita: $42,716 (2012) Percent of working age population, ages 15-24: 42% (2011) Latest youth unemployment rate: 12.1% (2010)

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Advisors Mr. Steve Martin, Partner, Brunswick Gulf Ltd Mr. Hatem Shaker, VP – Public & Government Affairs, ExxonMobil Mr. Karim Seifeddine, Corporate Communications Head Middle East & Africa, Citi

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1413

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Achievements ∞ INJAZ UAE reached nearly 8000 students in seven cities this year by engaging 1300 volunteers from nearly 60 participating companies – a record high and a phenomenal achievement considering the type of resources that were available this year. INJAZ UAE grew over 150% last year and signs indicate similar growth will occur over the next 3 years. This comes as a result of increased demands from schools and universities across 7 cities. In addition to the existing education partners, INJAZ UAE will be launching activities with the Sports and Youth Authority under the Ministry of Youth, as well as expanding programs with the Abu-Dhabi Educational Council (ADEC) ∞ One of the year’s highlights was the Annual Company Program Competition held in Dubai in partnership with the Khalifa Fund for Enterprise Development. For the first time this year, we had 25 company classes launch, and 19 teams made it through the final round of qualifiers. 15 our of 19 were university level teams. Thanks to INJAZ UAE partner the Khalifa Fund for Enterprise Development, many teams were from Abu-Dhabi, al-Ain, Fujarah and Sharjah. This is a record high for this capstone program, it shows the growth and faith students and educators have in Junior Achievement programs

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1,075

Yemen Munir Daair Chairman

18

students

8

volunteers

1

schools

universities

Majid Khalid CEO

Board Members

Facts & Figures

Mr. Munir Daair, Chairman, Dome Ms. Huda Al Sharafi, Vice Chairman, Al Maz Group Mr. Yahya Abuelrejal, GM, Abuelrejal Trading Mr. Raed Ahmed, CEO, MTN Ms. Leila Al-Hayouti, Corporate Affairs Director, Total E&P Yemen

GDP (purchasing power parity): $57.76 billion (2012) GNI per capita: 2,170 (2011) Percent of population, ages 15-24: 21.1% (2013) Percent of working age population, ages 15-24: 25% (2011) Latest youth unemployment rate: 40% (2013)

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Achievements ∞ Geographic expansion in operations outside the capital Sanaa to Saywan-Hadramout ∞ Launched Start Up Program in Sana’a

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Regional Board

Frederic Sicre Managing Director The Abraaj Group

Sheikh Khaled Bin Zayed Al Nehayan Chairman, INJAZ Al-Arab Founder & Chairman, Bin Zayed Group

Imad Benmoussa General Manager Coca-Cola Middle East

Jeffrey L. Johnson President Boeing Middle East Abdul Malek Al Jaber Founder & Chairman MENA Apps

Abdul Aziz Al-Yaqout Regional Managing Partner DLA Piper Middle East

Michael Miebach President MasterCard Worldwide Middle East & Africa

Mohammed Al-Shroogi President of Gulf Business Investcorp Abdulfattah Sharaf CEO HSBC Bank Middle East Limited

Fadi Ghandour Founder & Vice Chairman of the Board ARAMEX

Frank Kemnetz President ExxonMobil Middle East

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Nabil Habayeb President & CEO General Electric Middle East, North Africa & Turkey

Omar Al Ghanim CEO Alghanim Industries


Sheikha Hanadi Nasser Bin Khaled Al Thani Founder & Chairperson Amwal

Abdulkareem Abu Alnasr Vice Chairman, INJAZ Al-Arab Founder & Chairman, INJAZ Saudi Arabia

Omar El Hamamsy Director McKinsey & Company, Middle East & Egypt

Omar Fhoum Chairman of the Board & CEO Deloitte & Touche MiddleEast

Sconaid McGeachin President & CEO Hill+Knowlton Strategies India, Middle East, Africa & Turkey

Sjoerd Leenart CEO J.P. Morgan Middle East & North Africa

Steve Donovan Regional Executive of Treasury Citi Middle East, North Africa, Pakistan & Turkey

Taha M. Khalifa Regional General Manager Intel Corporation Middle East & North Africa

Tarek M. Elrefai Managing Director, Head of Global Client Management Bank of New York Mellon Middle East & Africa

Sean C. Rush President & CEO JA Worldwide

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Meet Our Team

Nickolas Neibauer

Julie Manneh

Ghadeer Zalatimo

Rawan Naber

Business Development Manager

PR & Communications Manager

Education Manager

Finance Manager

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Akef Aqrabawi

Lama Zawawi,

Lubna Almasri

Rasha Masri

Deputy Regional Director MENA

Senior Operations Officer

Finance & Admin Assistant

Events & Data Manager

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Our Appreciation Sponsors

Citi Foundation

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Knowledge Partners

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INJAZ Al-Arab Soraya Salti CEO Amman, Jordan T: +962 6 568 1147/63 F: +962 6 568 1194 Email: soraya@injaz-arabia.org www.injazalarab.org

INJAZ Algeria Leen Abdel Jaber Executive Director Alger, Algeria T: +213 219 101 97 F: +213 219 101 97 Email: leen@injaz-arabia.org www.injazalarab.org

INJAZ Kuwait Rana Al Nibari CEO Safat, Kuwait T +965 24962293 F +965 24969081 Email: ralnibari@injaz-kuwait.org www.injaz-kuwait.org

INJAZ Qatar Aysha Al Mudahka Executive Director Doha, Qatar T +974 44918330 3 F: +974 449 183 31 Email: aysha@injaz-qatar.org www.injaz-qatar.org

INJAZ Lebanon Rania Jalkh Executive Director Beirut, Lebanon T +961 1 492 330/40 F +961 1 492 330/40 Email:rania@injaz-lebanon.org www.injaz-lebanon.org

INJAZ Saudi Arabia Nael Fayez CEO Jeddah, Saudi Arabia T: +966 2 6062247 F: +966 2 6067539 Email: nael@injaz-saudi.org www.injaz-saudi.org

INJAZ Al Maghrib M’hammed Abbad Andaloussi CEO Casablanca, Morocco T +212 529 011 515 F +212 529011516

INJAZ Tunisia Abdallah Ben Abdallah CEO Tunis, Tunisia T +216 711 92230 Email: aba7495@yahoo.fr www.injazalarab.org

Email: m.abbad@injaz-morocco.org

INJAZ Bahrain Shekha Hessa Al-Khalifa Executive Director Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain T +973 17225050 F +973 17225052 Email: injaz@batelco.com.bh www.injazbh.org INJAZ Egypt Dina Mofty Executive Director Cairo, Egypt T +20 2 2528 4205 F +20 2 2528 4206 Email: dmofty@injaz-egypt.org www.injaz-egypt.org INJAZ Jordan Deema Bibi CEO Amman, Jordan T +962 6 5657410 F +962 6 5657406 Email: dbibi@injaz.org.jo www.injaz.org.jo

www.injaz-morocco.org INJAZ Oman Shabib Al - Ma’mari Executive Director Muscat, Oman T: +968 24813773 F: +968 2 481 3461 Email: shabib@injaz-arabia.org www.injazalarab.org INJAZ Pakistan Azra Maqsood Executive Director Karachi, Pakistan T: +92 21 358 236 85 F: +92 21 358 23698 Email: azra.maqsood@ amanfoundation.org www.injaz-pakistan.org

INJAZ U.A.E. Sulaf Al-Zu’bi CEO Dubai, UAE T +971 442 98 763 F +971 442 987 62 Email: sulaf@injazuae.org www.injazuae.org INJAZ Yemen Majid Khalid CEO Sana’a, Yemen T: +967 1 539 0365 Email: majid@injaz-yemen.org www.injaz-yemen.org

INJAZ Palestine Randa Salameh General Manager Ramallah, Palestine T +971 241 1243 F +971 2409940 Email: rsalameh@injaz-pal.org www.injaz-pal.org

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INJAZ AL-ARAB Shmesani Ma’roof Al-Rasafi St. Building No. 36, 1st floor P.O. Box 941033 Amman, Jordan 11194 T: +962 .6. 568.1147/63 F: +962. 6. 568. 1194 http://www.injazalarab.org/


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