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  • Second Emergency Social Protection Implementation Support Project

    NEO Project Brief

    The National Employment Office (NEO) under the supervision of the Ministry of Labor (MoL) is managing the new program (titled the New Entrants to Work or “NEW” Program) which is intended to offer to the young Lebanese first-time job seekers to enroll in a program of life skills training, counseling, and placement services combined with two years on-the-job training (OJT) in a private firm. The NEW Program will offer a wide range of financial incentives for employers as well (hiring first-time...

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  • Lebanese Election Violence Risk Assessment (LEVRA II)

    Lebanese Election Violence Risk Assessment (LEVRA II)

    A new cooperation between ArabiaGIS and the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) Lebanon during 2013 was a project aiming to provide the Ministry of Interior and Municipalities (MoIM) officials with critical information in order to develop an effective security plan to mitigate violence throughout the upcoming electoral period.

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  • Strengthening the Capacity of the National Employment Authority

    Strengthening the Capacity of the National Employment Authority

    The International Labor Organization’s (ILO) Support to Public Employment Services (PES) project involved the development of a Labor Market Information System (LMIS) including the adaptation of an existing job matching systems (ELE) in the Middle East based on the Occupational Information System (OIS). The project aimed to assist the Lebanese Ministry of Labor (MoL) and the National Employment Office (NEO) to identify strategies and interventions in the area of employability that would suppor...

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  • Revamping the Ministry of Environment Online Presence

    Revamping the Ministry of Environment Online Presence

    The Lebanese Ministry of Environment funded by the Italian Cooperation Office was in great to have its web presence renovated. ArabiaGIS prolifically developed and designed a visually appealing portal (www.MOE.gov.lb) and created an innovative mobile application in order for the growing mobile community to access Lebanon’s main environmental information from anywhere and anytime.

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  • Najaf e-Municipality Solutions

    Najaf e-Municipality Solutions

    The Governorate of Najaf in Iraq has chosen ArabiaGIS to provide eGovernment and mapping solutions for Najaf’s governmental agencies and directorates in consecutive strategic phases. In Phase I of Najaf Municipality automation project, ArabiaGIS completed the works on automating the Lands and Incomes departments of Najaf Municipality. By introducing for the very first time in Iraq the concept of eServices, ArabiaGIS provided specialized services for one of the largest municipalities In Iraq ...

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  • Development of an Advanced Map Portal for the Municipality of Tyre

    Development of an Advanced Map Portal for the Municipality of Tyre

    The Municipality of Tyre has chosen ArabiaGIS to build an avant-garde online gateway of the city utilizing the unique capabilities and features of the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in order to award the citizens of Tyre with maps and advanced online services as an initial step to building the e-municipality. Through the portal, the public at large including citizens, investors, tourists, researchers,

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Recent News

ArabiaGIS Participates in the Launching Ceremony of the C...

  • 01/06/2015

ArabiaGIS participated in the launching ceremony of the CAPWATER project by the National Council for Scientific Research, held in Gefinor Rotana ho...

AUB - Online Mapping Application

  • 17/03/2015

ArabiaGIS worked with the American University of Beirut, Faculty of Health Sciences, to build an application that enables their survey team to use ...

Yemen Electoral Violence Risk Assessment Software

  • 05/03/2015

ArabiaGIS and International Foundation for Electoral Systems - IFES are joining to create a back-office system to assist the SCER and other stakeho...