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Center of Excellence

ITU in brief

Leading United Nations Agency for ICTs.

191 Member States, 700 Sector Members

Three sectors:






ITU’s Global Presence

5 regional offices, 8 area offices

HQ in Geneva, Switzerland


It is an ITU Development Sector initiative intended to assist developing countries by making available ICT education and training opportunities at the highest possible levels of quality.

In cooperation with numerous partners, ITU Academy today delivers education and training opportunities around the globe through face-to-face events and distance learning

Center of Excellence project

  • The ITU centers of excellence initiative strengthens institutional capacity to deliver know-how and expertise in specialized telecommunication and ICT training.

  • ITU goal is a global cooperative network of the institutions and partners sharing training experts and resources

Center of Excellence in Arab States


Coordinator/ ITU Arab Regional Office


Telecom Policies and Regulation


New Technologies and Services


Rural Communications


Business Management

Main and Supportive Nodes

CoE Advisory Committee members in Arab States

  • 4 Nodes Leaders Representatives: (Egypt-Syria-Morocco-Bahrain)

  • 4 Sub-regional Representatives (Saudi Arabia-Jordan-Tunisia-Sudan)

  • The coordinator of the Center of Excellence in the Arab Regional office and a representative from the Human Resources office in the International Telecommunication Union


2010 Center of Excellence

Action Plan

Broadband Networks

13-15 April 2010

With cooperation with Telecom Egypt

In frame of New Technologies and Services Programme CoE/ARB

  • The workshop will identify :

  • technologies that are trend setting for broadband based applications.

  • will identify technology requirements for broadband infrastructure and devices and provide an understanding of the trends and needs that facilitate growth in broadband applications and devices.

  • will provide an overview of current advancement in broadband technologies that include 4G, fixed and wireless technologies. It will discuss the Identity management landscape and the latest standardization effort in this area.

ITU vision:

Build on Broadband


the rest will Follow

  • Broadband needs to be considered as basic national infrastructure, as it will fundamentally reshape the world in the 21st century and change the way services are delivered.

  • Broadband is the most powerful tool ever devised to drive social and economic development, and accelerate progress towards the Millennium Development Goals.

Draft Agenda

(1st Day)

Draft Agenda

(2nd Day)

Draft Agenda

(3rd Day)

Broadband Experts

  • Prof. Ihab GHATTAS

    Assistant President for the Middle East region at Huawei Technologies.

  • Mrs. Abeer Abdelnabi

    Cairo training institute Manager/Telecom Egypt

  • Mr.Tarek Abel Latif

    the Manager of Access Networks Planning department at NTRA,

    • Nefertiti Ali

    • CoE Coordinator-ITU Arab Regional Office

Thank you

Nefertiti Ali

CoE Coordinator

[email protected]

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