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UNESCWA CESAO
United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia
(Commission économique et sociale pour l’Asie occidentale)
(اللجنة الاقتصادية والاجتماعية لغربي آسيا)
Riad el-Solh Square
P.O. Box 11-8575
Beirut
Liban   (Beyrouth / Beyrouth) Lat:33.8946210 Long:35.5020770
Tél.: + 961-1- 981301
www.escwa.un.org/

Personnes Ressources

6 Contacts
 

Prénom
 

Fonction
 

Service
 

Direction
 

Carol Chouchani Cherfane
Chief Water Resources Section
(Directrice de la section Eau, Département politiques de développement durable)
Sustainable Development and Productivity Division
Lina Fleifel
research assistant
(assistant de recherche)
Tél.: +961 1 978 587
courriel:
Rita Wehbe
Assistant in charge of economic affairs
(Assistant chargé des affaires économiques)
courriel:
Roula Majdalani
Director, Sustainable Development and Productivity Division
(Directrice du département du développement durable)
courriel:
Tracy Zaarour
Hydrogeologist - Research Assistant
(Hydrogéologue - Assistante de recherche)
courriel:
Ziad Khayat
First Economic Affairs Officer WRS/SDPD
Organisation internationale mult création en 1973 ;

Objectifs: The Economic Commission for Western Asia (ECWA) was established on 9 August 1973 pursuant to the Economic and Social Council’s resolution 1818 (LV). The purpose of setting up the Commission was to raise the level of economic activity in member countries and strengthen cooperation among them. It was also intended to meet the need of the countries in Western Asia for the services of a regional economic commission to promote the development efforts in the region.

In recognition of the social component of its work, the Commission was entrusted with new responsibilities in the social field by virtue of Economic and Social Council resolution 69/ 1985 of July 1985. Its name therefore became the Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA).

ESCWA has been located in a number of Arab capitals. It started in Beirut (1974- 1982), moved to Baghdad (1982- 1991), then to Amman (1991- 1997), and returned to Beirut in 1997, its permanent headquarters.

ESCWA comprises 17 Arab countries in Western Asia: Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, The Sudan, The Syrian Arab Republic, Tunisia, The United Arab Emirates and Yemen.

Activités: Objectives
To support economic and social development in the countries of the region;
To promote cooperation between the countries of the region;
To encourage interaction between member countries and promote the exchange of experience, best practice and lessons learned;
To achieve regional integration between member countries, and to ensure interaction between Western Asia and other regions of the world;
To familiarize the outside world with the circumstances and needs of the countries in the region.

Mission
ESCWA provides a framework for the formulation and harmonization of sectoral policies for member countries, a platform for congress and coordination, a home for expertise and knowledge, and an information observatory. ESCWA activities are coordinated with the divisions and main offices of the Headquarters of the United Nations, specialized agencies, and international and regional organizations, including the League of Arab States and its subsidiary bodies, and the Gulf Cooperation Council.

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SDG indicator 6.5.1: Implementing Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) Global and regional baseline results

(Indicateur ODD 6.5.1: Mise en œuvre de la gestion intégrée des ressources en eau (GIRE) Résultats de référence mondiaux et régionaux) diaporama powerpoint Aut. Ziad Khayat ; 29 pages | Oct 2020
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The impact of COVID 19 on the Water scarce Arab region

(L'impact de COVID 19 sur la région arabe pauvre en eau) plaquette ; 5 pages | Apr 2020
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