Dubai institute ties up with Jordanian Ministry
Dubai, August 31, 2014
Mohammed Bin Rashid School of Government (MBRSG), a research and teaching institution focusing on public policy in the Arab world, has signed a MoU with the Jordanian Ministry of Public Sector Development and Jordanian Institute of Public Administration.
The agreement is aimed at strengthening bilateral co-operation between the UAE and Jordan in crucial areas of public sector development, and building national capacities in future leaders, said a statement from the Dubai-based institute.
The agreement will specifically see the two sides collaborate in the planning and designing of public policy, exchanging experiences in the development of education programs and training, and sharing best practices, it added.
The agreement was signed at MBRSG’s headquarters in Dubai by Dr Khulayf Al-Khawaldah, Jordanian Minister of Public Sector Development, and Dr Ali Sebaa Al Marri, the executive president of MBRSG in the presence of Dr Saed Al Radaedah, Jordanian Consul General in Dubai.
Dr Al-Khawaldah said: "This agreement further bolsters the strong relations between Jordan and the UAE and strengthens cooperation in a vital area like public administration development."
"We look forward to sharing expertise and best practices in governance with MBRSG, which has a wealth of knowledge and experience in capacity building and developing human capital," he remarked.
Dr Al Marri pointed out that the MoU was in line with MBRSG’s efforts to share best practices and lessons learnt in addition to introducing and promoting the UAE’s model in government administration.
"In our ongoing efforts to build public sector capacities and enhance the system of governance, we aim to collaborate with similar institutions in the region," he observed.
"We are confident that cooperation between MBRSG and the Jordanian Ministry of Public Sector Development will positively impact capacity building in both countries and eventually improve the caliber of our leaders of tomorrow," he added.-TradeArabia News Service