Telecom Foundation of Pakistan Joins SAMENA 2007/01/24


FOR RELEASE ON
January 24, 2007

Contact (South Asia): Mr. Shehzad Ahmed, Liaison Manager, South Asia Region
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Telecom Foundation of Pakistan Joins SAMENA   


DUBAI, UAE — SAMENA Telecommunications Council has announced that Telecom Foundation (Pakistan) has joined as a SAMENA Member and that the company’s Managing Director, Mr. Iftikhar Ahmed Raja, shall be its representative.

Mr. Iftikhar Ahmed Raja, Managing Director of Telecom Foundation said that Telecom Foundation is a welfare as well as services oriented organization for telecom sector and also engaged in the fields of outside plant, data communication, PVC Pipe manufacturing, pre-cast products, Telecom Foundation has the expertise in optical fiber laying, Tower Erection supply of technically trained manpower, training for skill development in the field of Telecom industry , Card Pay Phones and Telephone sets manufacturing.

Under the esteemed leadership of Mr. Iftikhar Ahmed Raja, Managing Director Telecom Foundation now is gradually reactivating its entire potential on professional grounds.

The secretary TF Board Mr. Amjad Hussain Qureshi who is also performing his professional services as GM Finance added that collaboration of both Telecom Foundation and SAMENA would collaborate for the development of telecommunications in Pakistan.

About SAMENA
SAMENA Telecommunications Council is a tri-regional, non-profit telecommunications association that embodies a community of South Asian, Middle Eastern, and North African telecoms operators, manufacturers, regulatory authorities, and academia. SAMENA aims to be the ultimate promoter of collaboration and knowledge-sharing in the SAMENA region that spans 25 countries, including Afghanistan, Algeria, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Nepal, Oman, Pakistan, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen.

The Council is driven by telecoms issues that operators in South Asia, the Middle East, and in North Africa face, and is determined in providing its advocacy expertise to help aid the incubation of novel approaches and ideas that would provide better means for the expansion and utilization of telecommunications in the region.

Headquartered in Dubai, SAMENA is chaired by Dr. Mohammed Ali Al Wohaibi, Executive President, Omantel and is directed by Mr. Thomas W. Wilson, CEO, Teralight.