Bahrain: Shura Council signs MoU with ARADO


Manama: A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) has been signed by the Shura Council and the ARADO (Arab Organisation for Administrative Development). This is an offset to the Arab League.

Ali Al Saleh, President of Shura Council, was the one who secured the deal.

Al Saleh emphasized the Shura Council’s eagerness to strengthen co-operation with administrative development in order to obtain legislation and the legislations.

He emphasized the importance of the Arab Organisation for Administrative Development’s (ARADO) role in organizing seminars, holding assignments and taking actions in all areas.

He stressed the importance of the memorandum on knowledge in training courses, workshops, and conventions and established connections with all the centers and organizations.

ARADO is a leading non-profit organization. ARADO was established to promote administrative growth and progress.

The General Assembly is the main body. The General Assembly is comprised of all member states. The Executive Council is made up.

The Executive Council is responsible to manage and develop ARADO and for the management and operation of ARADO’s operations. This includes the execution of company plans as well as ARADO coverage. This organisation is headed by the Director-General.

His deputy is appointed by the General Assembly for a term of four decades, and the Director General. The Director General is responsible for overseeing the organization’s programs and actions. He also formulates ARADO policies. ARADO has provided over 200 consulting solutions, including for ministries and governmental bodies.

ARADO trains over 7000 trainers in all cases. ARADO is a network of over 600 associations that ties together. ARADO developed and implemented co-operation links between regional and global organisations.