Results of PGTF - Project INT/10/K11

INT/10/K11 - Fifth Forum for Businesswomen in Islamic Countries

Submitter: Islamic Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICC), Karachi, Pakistan
Subcontractor: same as above
Priority area: Technical cooperation among developing countries
Participating/beneficiary countries: 17 member countries of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (IC) (Bahrain, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cameroon, Comoros, Egypt, Islamic Republic of Iran, Kenya, Kirgizstan, Malaysia, Morocco, Pakistan, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan)
PGTF input: US$ 29,000
Other inputs: US$ 140,250
Number: INT/10/K11
Duration: Three (3) days
Approval: 33rd Annual Ministerial Meeting of the Group of 77 (New York, 25 September 2009)
Completion: Final report submitted on 30 June 2010. An unspent balance of US$ 5,525 reverted to PGTF
Impact: A forum was organized in Cairo, Egypt to highlight and identify the issues, challenges and opportunities for businesswomen from member countries of the Organization of the Islamic Conference, determining the areas requiring support, facilitating networking, exchanging experiences and know-how and identifying new markets with a view to expanding the existing level of economic ties among business communities of member countries through trade and investment.

Contact:   Contact person: Mrs. Attiya Nawazish Ali for Coordination, Assistant Secretary General
Address: ST.2/A, Block 9, KDA Scheme 5, Clifton
P.O.Box: 3831
Karachi-75600, Pakistan
Telephone: 009221- 5874910-5874756
Fax: 009221- 5874212-5870765
Email: icci @ | icci-oic @

Final Report:

    • INT-10-K11-FinalReport.pdf  *  [Language: English; Size: 109KB]

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