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Business Training Summit for Arab Women

Released by the Office of International Women's Issues
June 3, 2005

Under Secretary of State for Global Affairs, Paula Dobriansky, was keynote speaker at the Business Training Summit for Arab Women in Tunis, Tunisia, May 24-26, 2005. This Middle East Partnership Initiative, a three-day forum, featured practical business training for almost 200 women entrepreneurs from 16 countries and territories in the Middle East and North Africa. The forum organizer was the Beyster Institute at the Rady School, University of California, San Diego, which is implementing the Middle East Entrepreneurship Training in the U.S., also a Middle East Partnership Initiative. Beyster was joined by Women Entrepreneurs, Inc. in creating the summit. More information about the Middle East Partnership Initiative can be found at: www.mepi.state.gov.

Under Secretary of State for Global Affairs, Paula Dobriansky, with participants of Business Womens Summit, Tunis, Tunisia, May 24, 2005. [State Department photo]

 

 

 

 

 


Under Secretary of State for Global Affairs, Paula Dobriansky, with participants of Business Women's Summit, Tunis, Tunisia, May 24, 2005.

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