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Cablegate: Yemen's Ivlp Fy-2006 Slate of Nominees

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130656Z Jun 05

UNCLAS SANAA 001576

SIPDIS

FOR ECA/PE/V/R/N - R. REMEIKE

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: OEXC SCUL YMOEXC SCUL YM
SUBJECT: YEMEN'S IVLP FY-2006 SLATE OF NOMINEES


The following is Yemen's slate of ranked International
Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) nominees for FY-2006:

A. NGO management. February 13 - March 3, 2006 - R.P.
Name of Candidate: Abdullah Abdulelah Sallam
Current Position of Candidate: Director of Youth Center.

B. Role of the Media. February 21- March 10, 2006 - R.P.
Name of Candidate: Abdullah Al-Zalab
Current Position of Candidate: Yemen Media Training
Center

C. Print Journalism. February 2 - 23, 2006. - MRP
Name of Candidate: Ameen Mudhish
Current Position of Candidate: Yemen News Agency - SABA.

D. Investigative Journalism. March 16 - April 6, 2006. -
MRP.
Name of Candidate: Khaled Al-Mahdi
Current Position of Candidate: Correspondent for DPA and
Saba News Agency.

E. Higher education. February 23 - March 16, 2006. - MRP.
Name of Candidate: Omar Bamaja
Current Position of Candidate: Vice President of
Community College

F. Youth leadership. January 5 - 26, 2006. - MRP.
Name of the candidate: Altaib Jamil Thabet
Current Position of Candidate: University Student.

G. U.S. Foreign policy. October 6 - 27, 2005. - MRP.
Name of the candidate: Hisham Yahya Al-Radhi
Current Position of Candidate: Ministry of Foreign
Affairs Employee.

H. Citizen Participation in Democratic Society. July 20 -
August 10, 2006. - MRP.
Name of Candidate: Nashwan Alshareef
Current Position of Candidate: Government Coordinator of
Civil Society in Yemen.

I. Promoting Rule of Law and Judicial Reform. February 27
- March 17, 2006 - RP.
Name of Candidate: Nabilah Al-Mufti, Attorney
Current Position of Candidate: Lawyer.

J. Promoting Interfaith Dialogue. November 21 - December
9, 2005. - RP
Name of Candidate: Hamood Abdulhamid Al-Hitar
Current Position of Candidate: Judge

K. Women as Economic and Business Leaders. January 9 -27,
2006 - RP
Name of Candidate: Throaya Yagoub
Current Position of Candidate: Sana'a Chamber of Commerce

L. Human Rights Advocacy. April 3 - 21, 2006. - R.P
Name of Candidate: Mohammed Al-Wajeeh
Current Position of Candidate: HOOD Human Rights
Organization.

M. Combating Trafficking in Person. April 27 - May 18,
2006. - MRP.
Name of Candidate: Muna Salim
Current Position of Candidate: Head of Women Department
at Ministry of Labor.

N. Leadership Development for Women. March 30 - April 20,
2006. - MRP.
Name of Candidate: Rahma Hujairah
Current Position of Candidate: Yemen Female Media Forum.

O. Conflict Resolution. May 18 - June 8, 2006. - MRP.
Name of Candidate: Shaher Al-Salihi
Current Position of Candidate: Secretary General of the
Yemeni Center of Conciliation and Arbitration.

P. International Crime. June 29 - July 20, 2006. - MRP.
Name of the candidate: Tawfiq Al-Hashimi
Current Position of Candidate: Consultant for Interior
Ministry

Q. U.S. Trade Policy. October 20 - November 10, 2005. -
MRP.
Name of the candidate: Mohammed Abdul Kareem Al-Mansoob
Current Position of Candidate: National Consultant at
Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation

KRAJESKI

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