Arab Ngo Network For Development

Last modified: 
04/02/2018 - 1:49pm

The Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND) is a regional network working in 10 Arab countries with seven national networks and 23 NGO members. ANND was initiated in 1997 and had its secretariat office in Beirut since 2000.
ANND Programs
ANND’s program work focuses on advocating for social and economic rights in the Arab region. It works in three main areas:(1) development policies in the region, (2) social and economic reform agendas and the role of international and regional organizations, (3) economic and trade liberalization policies and its social and economic implications.
On a horizontal level, ANND addresses issues of peace and security in the region. ANND advocates for more sound and effective socio-economic reforms in the region, which integrate the concepts of sustainable development, gender justice, and the rights-based approach.
ANND’s program tools and strategies include: networking, capacity building and sharing, provision of research and information materials, advocacy strengthening, coalition building, monitoring, evaluation, and engagement with policy-making processes and related institutions among civil society groups.
Objectives of program interventions: - Enhancing and strengthening civil society advocacy on social and economic policymaking making processes - Opening channels of influence for civil society organizations in the Arab region in policy-making processes, on the national, regional, and global levels - Enhancing availability and production of indigenous resource material and research in the Arab region
Regional and global policy processes of interest to ANND: -League of Arab States processes: the Economic, Development, and Social Summit specifically. - Aid Effectiveness Process - Financing for Development Process - UN process on the Economic and Financial Crisis - Climate change negotiations under the UNFCCC - MDGs review process - Euro-Mediterranean Partnership process and the Union for the Mediterranean -The International Civil Society Forum for Democracy

Acronym: 
ANND
Organisation Type: 
Local Civil Society Organisation
Founding Year: 
2000
Country of Origin: 
LB
Intervention Sector(s): 
Business & Economic Policy
Democracy & Civic rights
Development
Good governance and transparency
Research & Studies
Contact person's position: 
Executive Director
Contact person's email: 
Contact person's phone number: 
+9613360315
Address: 
Beirut
El Wata P.O.Box 14-5792 1105 2070 Beirut-Lebanon
Beirut , Beirut
Lebanon
Phone: +9611319366
Fax: +9611815636
Beirut LB
City: 
Beirut
Street: 
El Wata
Additional: 
P.O.Box 14-5792 1105 2070 Beirut-Lebanon
Phone: 
+9611319366
Website: 
Email: 
annd@annd.org
Fax: 
+9611815636
Contact person's name: 
Ziad ABDEL SAMAD
Partnerships: 
N/A

Resources

Resource

The forum was held less than two months after 9/11. The forum included general discussions as well as teach-ins on specific issues related to globalization, the WTO, and the challenges in the Arab world under the current world order.

Events

Event

مؤتمر صحافي لإطلاق بيان منظمات المجتمع المدني حول حقوق اللاجئين

Friday, 29 June 2018 - 12:00pm
Event

Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs with the AUB Masters program in Urban Planning and Policy, Department of Architec

Wednesday, 9 November 2011 - 2:00am

Press Releases

Jobs

Job

The Arab NGO Network for Development is seeking to hire an in-house part-time Graphic/Web designer familiar with design software and web platforms.

Friday, 19 January 2018
Expired
Job

TERMS OF REFERENCE IT Technical Support Staff
 
I. Introduction / Rationale

Sunday, 4 December 2016
Expired

Projects

Project

Poverty Eradication, Gender Equity, Youth Participation: The Role of NGOs, Civil Society and Other Actors
What is the project.
Development in Lebanon is a partnership project between...

Project

Based on its prior experience working on issues of the WTO and other trade -related issues , ANND is launching a project on the WTO and other trade-related agreements during the year 2005-2006....

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