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SPECIAL FEATURE


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he product of a partnership between the Arab Coordination Group and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), the Arab Development Portal (ADP) is changing the way the Arab


world interacts with data. “The Coordination Group is pleased to be entering this new phase of partnership, which aims to complete our vision of a Portal used across the Arab world by all parts of society,” says OFID Director-General Dr Abdulhamid Alkhalifa, who signed the next phase of the agreement with Mourad Wahba, Assistant Secretary-General and Director, UNDP Regional Bureau for Arab States. Wahba and Farah Choucair, ADP Project Manager, sat down with the OFID Quarterly recently to talk about data, development and the ADP’s vision moving forward.


The Coordination Group comprises: the Abu Dhabi Fund for Development, the Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa, the Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development, the Arab Gulf Programme for Development, the Arab Monetary Fund, the Islamic Development Bank, the Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development, OFID, the Qatar Development Fund and the Saudi Fund for Development. The group comprises ten likeminded


institutions that have gone beyond the boundaries of financial support to meet regularly and coordinate projects with the aim of promoting greater efficiency and cooperation.


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Source: ADP


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