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ABU DHABI, 11th April, 2022 (WAM) — The Abu Dhabi School of Government (ADSG), the leading government platform for human capital development in Abu Dhabi, part of the Department of Government Support, has recently hosted an administrative delegation from the Bahrain Institute of Public Administration (BIPA).

The purpose of the visit was to explore opportunities for collaboration for learning and development programs and to exchange expertise, as well as to prepare the signing of a memorandum of understanding and cooperation agreements in the future.

The delegation was led by Dr. Raed Muhammad bin Shams, Director General of BIPA; Najem Salmeen, Training Development Manager at BIPA; and Faisal Isa Al Khayyat, Head of Continuous Learning Development Department at BIPA. They were received by Sumaya AbdulAziz Al Hosani, Dean of the ADSG, as well as the team of the Department of Partnerships of the ADSG.

The Bahraini delegation was able to visit the premises of the ADSG, where they were able to discover the modern facilities and equipment of the school. Afterwards, the ADSG Partnerships team and the BIPA team gave presentations on the focus on their key messages, vision, services and educational programs. The two sides also discussed methods of communication and prospects for future collaboration, in order to achieve mutual goals through the exchange of visits and expertise, as well as continued coordination.

The ADSG Dean said: “The ADSG is delighted to have hosted BIPA for their visit today. This is a reflection of our combined efforts to strengthen cooperation prospects, exchange expertise and improve bilateral relations in terms of training programs provided by the ADSG and BIPA. We commend BIPA’s efforts to support our contributions to uplifting human resources within the Government of Abu Dhabi, and we look forward to continuing our partnership in the future. »

The Director General of BIPA added: “BIPA stresses the importance of coordinating efforts and joint governmental visions to elevate human resources, by exchanging best practices, expertise and administrative experiences. In addition to drafting strategies futuristic solutions that allow leaders to keep pace with change and development and meet current and future challenges Governments today seek to make innovation and creativity an essential feature of administrative work, resulting in projects , initiatives and services that respond to the aspirations of GCC citizens.


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