THE FUTURE OF ARAB ENVIRONMENT
THE FUTURE OF ARAB ENVIRONMENTTHE FUTURE OF ARAB ENVIRONMENTTHE FUTURE OF ARAB ENVIRONMENT
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Abu Dhabi City Municipality
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Health Authority Abu Dhabi
Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development
Kuwait Fund For Arab Economic Development is the first institution in the Middle East that took an active role in the international development efforts. The Kuwait Fund extends Loan on concessionary term to finance development projects in the developing countries. The Fund also provides technical assistance to finance the costs of the of the feasibility studies of projects, as well as the training of nationals of the borrowing countries. In addition, the Fund subscribes in the capital of international and regional development institutions. Today, the Kuwait Fund forms a solid bridge of friendship and solidarity between the state of Kuwait and the developing nations.
The Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi (EAD)
The Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi (EAD) is a governmental agency that was established in 1996 with the overall function of protecting and conserving the environment as well as promoting sustainable development in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates. The Agency is responsible for assisting the Federal Environmental Agency (FEA) and the UAE Ministry of Environment and Water in implementing environmental laws and putting forth regulation orders in the capital. Every year, the Agency sets increasingly ambitious goals for itself to achieve the best possible results for the environment. Beginning with only 20 employees in 1996, compared to around 500 today, it continues to grow and achieve new milestones in order to provide a cleaner and healthier environment for the inhabitants of the Emirate.
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