Partners

Abercrombie & Kent Egypt S.A.E

A&K – http://www.akegypt.com

Abercrombie & Kent pioneered the concept of luxury holidays to exotic and previously inaccessible places. Their promise is a memorable travel experience on each and every occasion.

Postal Address: 18th Youssef El Guindy St. El Boustan Center, 10th Floor

Phone: (+202) 23936255 Fax: (+202) 23195179

Alexandria Institute of Technology

AIT GSU Program – http://www.ait.edu.eg/

Alexandria Institute of Technology (AIT) is for education and capacity development. The Institute is a registered, co-educational, private, non-profit organization founded in 1996 by the Mohamed Ragab Foundation for Social Development.

Postal Address: Alexandria Institute of Technology Victor Emmanuel Avenue, Smouha Alexandria, 21615, Egypt
Phone: (+203) 424-2581


Al- Ahram Newspaper

http://www.ahram.org.eg/

The first issue of Al-Ahram was released on August 5, 1876. Thus, it is the oldest newspaper in the Arab and Third World, and one of the oldest papers in the world.

Postal Address: Al Galaa St. Cairo

Phone: (+202) 25786200/25786300 /25786400/25786500
Fax: (+202) 25786126/ 25786833

American Center in Alexandria

ACA – http://egypt.usembassy.gov/acalex

The American Center Alexandria (ACA) organizes a full range of activities, including lectures, workshops, exhibits and cultural offerings. The center also provides public affairs support to all Mission activities in Alexandria. Postal Address: 3 Pharaana Street, Alexandria

Phone: (+203) 486-1009 Fax: (+203) 487-3811
E-mail: AmericanCenterAlexandria@yahoo.com

America-Mideast Educational and Training Services, Inc.

AMIDEST – http://www.amideast.org/

AMIDEAST is a private, nonprofit organization that strengthens mutual understanding and cooperation between Americans and the peoples of the Middle East and North Africa. Postal Address: 23 Mossadek St., Dokki, Giza, Egypt

Phone: (+202) 3337-8265, extensions 145, 139 Fax: (+202) 3795-2946
E-mail: Egypt@amideast.org

American Museum of Natural History

http://www.amnh.org/

The American Natural Museum of History is located in New York City. It organizes workshops, activities and programs for the entire family. It also organizes exhibitions, and helps civilians to explore the living organisms on the planet and know about the space. Postal Address: Central Park West at 79th Street, New York, NY 10024 Phone: (+212) 769-5606 Fax: (+212) 769-5427

Anna Lindh Euro-Mediterranean Foundation

http://www.euromedalex.org/En/AboutUs.html

The Foundation is the first common institution jointly established and financed by all 35 members of the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership. This far reaching partnership between the European Union and their partners in the southern Mediterranean region was launched at the Barcelona Conference in 1995 to promote regional cooperation in the economic, social and cultural fields.

Postal Address: Biblioteca Alexandrina El Chatby, Alexandria 21526, Egypt
Phone: (+203) 48 20 342 / 48 20 343 Fax: (+203) 48 20 471

Association of Upper Egypt for Education and Development

(AUEED) – www.upperegypt.org

The Association was established in 1940, and leads education and developmentinitiatives in four main zones of Upper Egypt: Menya, Assiut, Sohag and Luxor.

Postal Address: 65, Obeissi Street, Daher, 11271 Cairo, Egypt
Phone: (+202) 2589 83 64 – (+202) 258824 84
Fax: (+202) 2588 96 35
E-mail: upperegypt@link.net

AYUSA

http://www.ayusa.org/

AYUSA is a leading non-profit organization promoting global learning and leadership through high school exchange programs. Since 1980, AYUSA has provided over 40,000 high school study abroad students and host families with opportunities for building bridges of international friendship.

Postal Address: 600 California Street, FL 10, San Francisco, CA 94108
E-mail: info@ayusa.org

The Bibliotheca Alexandrina

http://www.bibalex.org

The New Library of Alexandria is dedicated to recapture the spirit of the original. Postal

Address: Bibliotheca Alexandrina – P.O. Box 138 – Chatby, Alexandria 21526, EGYPT
Phone: + (203) 4839999 Fax.: +(203) 4820458
E-mail: secretariat@bibalex.org

British Council Egypt

www.britishcouncil.org/egypt

The British Council in Egypt is more than just a Teaching Centre. They have many facilities to help you broaden your horizons and improve your prospects.

Postal Address: 192 El Nile St. Agoza – Cairo, Egypt
Phone: +(202) 33001666 Fax.: +(202) 33443076
E-mail: british.council@britishcouncil.org.eg

Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs – US State Department

OES – http://www.state.gov/g/oes/

Coordinates an extensive portfolio of issues related to science, the environment, and the world’s oceans.

Postal Address: U.S. Department of State, 2201 C Street NW, Washington, DC 20520
Phone: (+202)-2647-5225

Center for Adult and Continuing Education

CACE – http://cace-learning.aucegypt.edu/

CACE has a long, rich and successful history in fulfilling learner’s needs in non-traditional formats to meet the changing economic and social challenges facing Egypt and the Middle East.

Postal Address: 113 Kasr El Aini St., P.O. Box 2511, Cairo, 11511, Egypt
Phone: 20.2.2797.6844/6853/6035 Fax: 20.2.2797.6858
E-mail: caceinf@aucegypt.edu

Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA)

U.S department of State http://exchanges.state.gov/

The Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) of the U.S. Department of State fosters mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries around the world.

Postal Address: U.S. Department of State 2201 C Street NW, Washington, DC 20520
Phone: (+202)-647-4000 TTY: 1-800-877-8339

Egyptian Society for Intercultural Exchange

http://www.afs.org/AFSI/

AFS Egypt, known as the Egyptian Society for Intercultural Exchange is a voluntary, non-profit organization. Through their exchange programs for high school students, they offer the opportunity to be exposed to a wide variety of cultures.

Postal Address: 53 Amman St. Apt.8, Mohandessien, Giza, Egypt.
Phone: (+202)33360283 Fax: (+202)33369304
E-mail: info-egypt@afs.org

Embassy of Netherlands

http://www.hollandemb.org.eg/

The Embassy promotes the exchange of cultural activities with Egypt. It supports cultural projects in the field of music, cinema, theatre and arts. Besides this, the Embassy manages the Cultural Fund, which supports Egyptian cultural projects in various fields.

Postal Address: 18 Hassan Sabry St., Zamalek, 11211 Cairo, Egypt.
Phone: (+202)-2739550 Fax: (+202)-27355959
E-mail: az-cz@minbuza.nl

The Experiment in International Living

http://www.usexperiment.org/

The Experiment in International Living offers dynamic summer programs for high school students in over 25 countries around the world. For over 70 years, Experiment programs have provided transformational learning experiences to tens of thousands of young people.

Postal Address: Kipling Road, P.O. Box 676, Brattleboro, Vermont USA 05302-0676
Phone: (+802) 257-7751 Fax: (+802) 258-3428
E-mail: eil@worldlearning.org

Global Youth Service Day

http://www.gysd.net

Global Youth Service Day is the largest annual celebration of young volunteers, where millions of young people in countries everywhere highlight and carry out thousands of community improvement projects.

Postal Address: 1101 15th Street, Suite 200, Washington DC, 20005
Phone: 202-296-2992 Fax: 202-296-4030
E-mail: nysd@ysa.org

Golden Tulip-Flamenco Hotels

http://www.flamencohotels.com/Tulip/Tulip.htm

The Golden Tulip Hotel Flamenco is a modern, deluxe, first class, international hotel. The hotel is located in the heart of the residential and diplomatic sector of Zamalek Island in the city of Cairo, overlooking the Nile River.

Postal Address: 2 El Gezira, El Wosta Street, Zamalek, Cairo, Egypt
Phone: (+202) 2735.08.15/.16/.18 Fax: (+202) 2735.08.19
E-mail: sales@flamencohotels.com


Habi Center for Environmental Rights

http://www.hcer.org/

Habi Center for Environmental Rights is a non-governmental organization and established as a non profit civil company. The center is interested in environmental issues from the society’s right perspective running its own resources, by participating in the decision making process regarding these resources.

Postal Address: 124 Masr & El Sudan St, Hadayek Al-Qoppa, Cairo, Egypt.
Phone: (+202) 24828003 – 24861676 Fax: (+202) 24861676
E-mail: hcer@hcer.org

Hilton Green Plaza

http://www.hilton.com/

Hilton Alexandria Green Plaza is just 2 km from Alexandria International Airport. Located 6 km from the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, the hotel is close to the city’s business and cultural areas.

Postal Address: 1113 Corniche El Nil, Cairo, Egypt, 12344
Phone: (+202) 2580 2000

Human and Technology Development Foundation

HDF – http://www.hdf.org.eg/

The HDF foundation represents the interests of Technology and Human Resource development, key manufacturers, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) service providers, media organizations and providers, professors, postgraduates and students.

Postal Address: 18 A El Abour Buildings, Misr El Gedida, Cairo, Egypt.
Phone: (+202) 22601104 Fax: (+202) 22600416
E-mail: info@hdf.org.eg

Integrated Care Society

ICS – http://www.ics.org.eg/

It is a non-governmental organization that works in needy-urban areas of greater Cairo for social development, literacy and education. It also works in the field of Socio-Economic and community development projects and Special programs for children with special needs.

Postal Address: 42 Thawra St., Ard El Golf, behind Almaza Central, Misr El Gedida, Cairo, Egypt
Phone: (+202) 24172084-24172085-24172086-2417087 Fax: (+202) 24181787
E-mail: ics_headquarter@yahoo.com

Ministry of Education in Egypt

MOE – http://www.emoe.org

Ministry of Education is trying to maintain a pre-university high quality education for the society; as one right of the basic human rights in non centralized system based on community sharing, and to make the education in Egypt a leading model in the area that works on preparing the civilians to enter the knowledge society in a new socialized area based on democracy, justice and a usual passage for the future.

Postal Address: 12 El Falaki Street, Cairo, Egypt
Phone: (+202) 27946145 Fax: (+202) 27921231
E-mail: telecom@gega.net

Mubarak Public Library

(MPL) – http://www.mpl.org.eg/

The Mubarak Public Library (MPL) is considered one of the most important pioneering projects on the Egyptian cultural scene. This achievement was the product of a joint international Egyptian-German cooperation between three parties: The “Integrated Care Society, headed by the esteemed H.E. Mrs. Suzanne Mubarak; the Egyptian Ministry of Culture, represented in the “Cultural Development Fund;” and the “Bertelsmann Foundation.”

Postal Address: 4 Talhwayea street – Giza – Egypt
Phone: (+202) 33360291/2 – 37496928 Fax: (+202) 33377996

My Hero Project

http://myhero.com/myhero

MY HERO is a not for profit educational web project that celebrates the best of humanity. The project works to enlighten and inspire people of all ages with an ever-growing internet archive of hero stories from around the world. MY HERO uses current web technologies to provide a unique educational experience that promotes literacy and cross cultural communication.

Postal Address: 1278 Glenneyre, #286, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Phone: (949) 376-5964 Fax: (949) 376-9540
E-mail: myhero@myheroproject.org

Oxford University Press

www.oup.com/elt

Oxford University Press is a department of University of Oxford, it furthers the university’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship and education by publication worldwide.

Postal Address: 16 El Badia St. off El Thawra St. Helioplis, P.O. Box 2502 Horeya, Cairo, Egypt.
Phone and Fax: (+202) 4154611

People to People International

http://www.ptpi.org/

People to People International is a voluntary effort of private citizens promoting international understanding through direct people-to-people contacts. PTPI is a private sector, not-for-profit 501 (c)(3) organization headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri USA.

Postal Address: People to People International, World Headquarters, 501 East Armour Boulevard, Kansas City, Missouri 64109-2200 USA
Phone: +1.816.531.4701 Fax: +1.816.561.7502
E-mail: ptpi@ptpi.org

The Regional English Language Office

RELO – http://www.cairo.usembassy.gov/usis/relo.htm

The Regional English Language Office at the Embassy of the United States in Cairo sponsors a variety of activities and services and offers assistance and support to English as a Foreign Language (EFL) professionals in Egypt. This includes: – EFL workshops and seminars – Assistance with curriculum and textbook development, testing, teacher training, and related issues – Professional development through electronic information programs

The Regional Information Technology and Software Engineering Center13

RITSEC – http://www.ritsec.org.eg

The Regional Information Technology and Software Engineering Center (RITSEC), is located in Cairo, and created as a regional, non-profit organization, RITSEC provides technical, professional and developmental services to the agencies, institutions and governmental organizations in the Arab Region.

Postal Address: 11 A, Hasan Sabry st, El Zamalek
Phone: (+202) 27391300 Fax: (+202) 27360955
E-mail: info@ritsec.org.eg

Suzane Mubarak Science Exploration Center

http://www.smsec.com/

The idea of the exploration center focus on that the human being is the founder of the civilization, the discoverer of rules and the innovator of technology. This technology and civilization were achieved through the human’s reactions with what surrounds him.

Postal Address: Wafaa St. beside El Nokrashy Secondry School, Hadaaek El Koba
Phone: (+202) 22572362
E-mail: smsec@smsec.com

UNAIDS

http://www.unaids.org/

UNAIDS, the Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS, brings together the efforts and resources of ten UN system organizations to the global AIDS response.

Postal Address: UNAIDS c/o WHO/PAHO, Washington, DC, United States
Phone: +1 202 974 3486 Fax: +1 202 974 3643
E-mail: unaids@unaids.org

Wadi Environmental Science Center

WESC – http://www.wesc.org

WESC is an environmental science centre that helps re-define, through education, the relationship between youth and their surroundings. WESC aims to achieve this through our teachings, and by becoming a working model and demonstrative example of goals and values (solar power, recycling, composting toilets, etc.)

Postal Address: 10 Elmanagem wel mahager St., Lebanon Sq, El Mohamndessin.
Phone: (+202) 33043839 Fax: (+202) 3344 7136
E-mail: eman@wesc.org

African Leadership Academy

African Leadership Academy (ALA) seeks to transform Africa by developing and supporting future generations of African leaders. Opened in September 2008, African Leadership Academy brings together the most promising 15-18 year old leaders from all 54 African nations and beyond for an innovative two-year program designed to prepare each student for a lifetime of leadership on the continent. Students are selected to attend the Academy based on merit alone and complete an innovative curriculum with a unique focus on leadership, entrepreneurship, and African studies. ALA graduates will attend the world’s finest universities and will le

ad Africa toward a peaceful and prosperous future.

Address: -1050 Printech Avenue, Honeydew, 2040, South Africa

iEARN (International Education and Resource Network)

www.iearn.org

iEARN (International Education and Resource Network) is the world’s largest non-profit global network that enables young people to use the Internet and other new technologies to engage in collaborative educational projects that both enhance learning and make a difference in the world. Established in 1988 as a pioneering online program among schools in the the Soviet Union and the United States, iEARN is now active in more than 26,000 schools and youth organizations in 130 countries.

Address: 475 Riverside Drive, Suite 450-New York, NY 10115

Arts Midwest

www.artsmidwest.org

A non-profit regional arts organization headquartered in Minneapolis, Arts Midwest serves audiences, arts organizations, and artists throughout the nine states of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, Wisconsin, and beyond. Our history spans more than 25 years.

Address:2908 Hennepin Avenue, Suite 200 Minneapolis, MN 55408- 1954

IIE

http://www.iie.org/en/Offices/Cairo

Based in Cairo, IIE/MENA is a leader in providing educational services in the Middle East and Northern Africa region with the goal of preparing individuals and institutions to become leaders in the globalized world. IIE/MENA operates numerous USAID-funded programs as well as the Center for Leadership Excellence which offers programs for professionals to explore the effectiveness of their current leadership approaches. Participants acquire new ways of thinking and acting as leaders and develop networks with others in the region who are dealing with similar challenges.

Institute of International Education Center for Leadership Excellence

71 Road 105, 3rd Floor

Hadayek El Maadi

Cairo, Egypt

CTY

http://cty.jhu.edu/about/index.html

Since 1979, the Center for Talented Youth (CTY) at Johns Hopkins University has focused on the needs of students with exceptionally high academic abilities. The CTY community includes very bright students from all over the world whose talents place them well ahead of their agemates. These students need special attention: greater academic challenges, interaction with intellectual peers, and teaching strategies designed especially for the gifted. CTY offers gifted students, and their families and schools as well, a wide range of programs and services to nurture their intellectual abilities, enhance personal development, and foster better understanding of the needs of talented youth.

Western Regional Office
CTY – Western Regional Office
Johns Hopkins University
4551 Glencoe Avenue, Suite 165
Marina Del Rey, CA 90292
Phone: (410) 735-6277 or 6278
Email: ctyinfo@jhu.edu

Global Teenager Project

http://www.globalteenager.org/?q=egypt

The Global Teenager Project (GTP), initiated and co-funded by IICD, offers thematic Learning Circles to Elementary, Secondary and Vocational schools, including Special Needs Education. Founded in 1998, GTP offers collaborative global learning to over 16.000 students in 40 countries, in the following six languages: English, French, Spanish, German, Dutch and Arabic. GTP Learning Circles are offered twice a year, including themes based on the Millennium Development Goals.

Egypt GTP Started 2008-2009, and focused on teenager in Preparatory & Secondary Schools, as well as their Teachers. Egypt GTP locally coordinated by Ghada Fathy El dgwy under management from E-era “Egyptian Association For Educational Resources (E-era)”