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[PDF] Jordan Education Initiative - Contributing Organizations

Author: Global Education Initiative - World Economic Forum, Published on: 1 November 2005

[Provides details of contributions made by participating companies & organisations: Aramex, British Council, CADER (ChangeAgent for Arab Development and Education Reform), Cisco, Vector Capital, Corel Corporation (part of Vector Capital), Connectivity Partners Intl, Computer Associates (CA), Corning Cable Systems, Dell, DHL [part of Deutsche Post], e-dimension, Estarta Solutions, ElementK / ExecuTrain of Jordan, Fastlink, France Telecom / Jordan Telecom, Global e-Schools and Communities Initiative, HP, IBM, Integrated Technology Group, [email protected], Intel, JAID Productions, Krach Family Foundation, Menhaj Technologies, Microsoft, Middle East Partnership Initiative, MobileCom, NetCorps Jordan, Nortel Networks, North Virginia Technology Council, Pearson, Prisma Advertising, RAZORView, Relief International / Schools Online, Reuters Digital Vision Foundation, Rubicon, Siemens, Skillsoft, STS, Sun Microsystems, Syntax, Talal Abu Ghazaleh and Company, UNIFEM, United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Young Entrepreneurs Association / Jordan]

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Related companies: Aramex Cisco Systems Corel (part of Vector Capital) Corning Dell DHL (part of Deutsche Post) Estarta Solutions Fastlink France Telecom (now Orange) HP (Hewlett-Packard) IBM Integrated Technology Group Intel Jordan Telecom Menhaj Technologies Microsoft Nortel Networks Pearson Rubicon Siemens SkillSoft Sun Microsystems Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Vector Capital