Raise the level of Arab women...

We seek to achieve a partnership between Arab women

Our vision

Purity of idea leads to a Sublimity the target.

Works of the Arab Council of Businesswomen to create closer links and cooperation and coordination in various economic sectors to achieve Arab economic integration to achieve the following objectives: Development and strengthening of economic relations between Arab businesswomen. Expansion and development of trade exchange between Arab countries and benefit from the advantages offered by bilateral and multilateral agreements between Arab countries.....


The Council

Luxury in the heart of Cairo.

Arab Council of Businesswomen is economic association Arab non-governmental and not-for-profit operating under the auspices of the League of Arab States, with a membership of associations, bodies, associations and companies businesswomen in the Arab countries also includes branches or departments, or the people or women's committees within the chambers or associations and councils of country exercising its members business....


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Members highlighted

Here are some highlighted Members.

SHEIKHA HISSAH SAAD ABDULAH SALEM AL-SABAH, Daughter of the late 14th Amir of Kuwait.
Chairperson of Kuwait Businesswomen Committee, and Chairperson of Council of Arab Businesswomen.
Economic Adviser to H.H Sheikh Hessa Sa'ad Al-Abdullah Al-Salim Al-Sabah (Kuwait Women Affair Committee), Secretary General for Arab Business Women Council, Main head quarters (Kuwait), General Secretariat Office.
Khairiya Al-Dashti, from Bahrain
Ms. Naglaa Edward Holder or a Master’s Degree in Management Administration and in the first stages of acquiring PhD, Chairman of Edwardo Marine Services Co, and Chairman of Port Said Business Women Association.
Naglaa Edward, from Egypt.
She is a Saudi Businesswoman. Her business activities consist of retailing home accessories, and furniture. Prior to going in to the private sector, she started her career as the director of a secondary school. Currently, she has business that in both the retail and service sector.
Madawi Al Hassoun, from KSA
Dr Aysha Al Sayyar was the Assistant Vice-Minister for Educational and Central Activities Department at the Ministry of Education.
The First Emarati person to earn PhD degree, Participated effectively in Women's and Social Societies in the U.A.E.
Dr.Ayesha, from UAE.
Holds a Master’s degree in civil engineering-engineering design, from the University of Charles XIV in Prague, the Czech Republic, awarded a Doctor Honoris Causa in Engineering Design for excellence with honors cum laude as she was first in her class of 1985.
Dounia Alameddine, From Lebanon
30 years of successful entrepreneurial experience in the fields of international logistics and alternative power generation and 20 years of experience in Foreign Affairs for the Government of the Republic of Italy.
- Commendatore dell’Ordine della Italiana.
- Organization of congress and seminars (Protocol, VIP Treatment, accommodation and Transportation Management), Former Director Deputy of a travel agency in Rabat for 10 years, General Director of transport and logistics agency for congress and seminars.
Fatiha OTMANE, From Maroc
- Arab Business Women Council.
- Sudanese Chambers of Industries.
- Sudanese Businesswomen Federation.

- Sudanese Kuwaiti Friendship council.
Hayat Abdoun, From Sudan
Mrs Leyla Khaiat who became a Senator Tunisian Parliament, September2005 is a business owner in the Textiles Industries in Tunisia and is very active in associative leadership. Mrs Khaiat presides over and is active in intemational and national economic.
Leyla Khaiat, From Tunisia
A very active, enthusiastic, aggressive in solving challenging problems, very fast and accurate, hardworking and highly motivated individual who can perform well under pressure. Can easily adapt to any environment and interacts well with others.
Najla Moosa, From Qatar
- Owner & Director of Al-Dar Company for designs & furniture in Iraq & Jordan / 1991 – till the present, Owner of many commercial agencies for hotels, offices & presidential palaces furniture & equipments 1991 – till the present, Equipments & furniture supplier.
Nidhal Naji, From Jordan
Master degree:political science.
General Manager: Alwaha educational crop.
Vice chairman: Minyawi group.
Board member of: Al liwa investment co.
Noha Abdulsalam, From Sudan
- Bachelor of Art (English Literature)-1997 (Qatar University), Retail Banking in Commercial Bank mainly in Branches and Private Banking , Duration from ( 1997-2012 ), Well controlled rating on Audit Issues among 22 Branches once I was Head Of Branches for 2 Years.
Rana AlAsaad, From Qatar
- Ranked number 6 in the Forbes Arabia top 50 Arab business women 2008, Ranked as one of the strongest 5 Muslim women by Forbes Magazine in 2007, Awarded the best Economic Arab Woman of the year 2006 by the Arab League, Awarded by Global Summit of women.
Sahar ElSallab, From Egypt
- Member of Federation for economical development associations.
- Meber of the arab businesswomen associtation.
- Lawyer.
- Touch Wood Factory - Owner and Board Director.
Sanaa El-Tawil, From Egypt
- 2002 , 2005 and 2010: President of the Business Women's Committee inthe Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Lattakia for three consecutive sessions, 2009: decorated by Her Majesty the Queen of the Netherlands as a “Knight”.
Yasmina Azhari, From Syria
- SamiaMoustafa El Sayed Aly.
- Profession: Chairman of Tverna Aqua Park.
Samia Moustafa, From Egypt
Samia Alneshoky.
Samia Alneshoky, From Egypt
Shahinaz Khairy.
Shahinaz Khairy, From Egypt


Why a Member?

Council of Arab Businesswomen is keen to meet its objectives through the active involvement of members. We focus on.....

Our location

In the heart of Cairo!

Be in the city of Cairo, Arab Republic of Egypt headquarters of the Council, the Council may establish branch offices in .....

Our mission

Our Mission...

The role of the working woman in the Council of Arab Businesswomen has grown considerably recently, ...

Our vision

Our vision...

n view of the dire need to encourage and help the women interested in being involved in the economic activity....