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NameAsma Ali Abahussain
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Nationalitybahraini
RegionWest Asia
Current positionDirector, Desert and Arid Zone Science Programme, Arabian Gulf University, Bahrain
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If 'Trainer', please add dates, venues and who conducted the trainingIEA/SoE, Sanna, Yemen 23-26 May, 2004.
IEA/SoE, Amman, Jordon 27-30 June, 2004.
IEA/SoE, Cairo, Egypt, 1-5 August, 2004.
IEA/SoE, Manama, Bahrain, 12-15 September 2004.
IEA/SoE, Damascus, Syria, 12-15 Feb. 2005-10-31,
IEA/SoE, Abu Dhabi, UAE, 27-30 Dec.2005.
IEA/SoE, Qatar, Doha, 28-30 Aug. 2006
IEA/SoE, Egypt, CEDARE, 16-19 Oct. 2006.
Capacity Building and Coordination Meeting for the Arab Millennium Ecosystem Assessment Team 19 – 22 February 2007, Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain.
Globel Train the Trainers Workshop on: The GEO Resource Book on Integrated Environmental Assessment 21-24 May, 2007, Nirobi, Kynia
West Asia Train the Trainers Workshop on: The GEO Resource Book on Integrated Environmental Assessment 11–13 June 2007, Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain.
IEA/SoE, SD Indicators, Jadda, KSA, 9-11 June , 2008.
Regional Meeting on GEO Cities and Integrated Assessment Outcome into Policies ans Decision Making , 25-27 Nov. 2008. Cairo, Egypt.
UNRWA Regional Training Workshop on Integrated Environmental Assessment of Palestinian Refugee Camps Using GEO Cities Methodology. 4-6 May 2009-04-19 , Amman, Jordan
Training Workshop on Integrated Environmental Assessment of Sana’a City, 8-11 June 2009, Sana’a , Yemen
IEA/SoE, Muscat, Oman, 21-24 June, 2009.





Other IEA training experienceEnvironmental indicators, Dynamic modeling with STELLA
Native languageArabic
Working languagesArabic & English
Aspects of IEA training which you are confident with and interested in
1. Primary competencyModule 5: Integrated Analysis of Environmental Trends and Policies
2. Secondary competencyModule 4: Monitoring, Data and Indicators
3. Tertiary competencyModule 6: Scenario Development and Analysis