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Sheikh Professor Dr. Ajeel Jasem Al-Nashmi, Saudi Arabia

President of the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) since 1975.

He is a firm believer that Islamic principles and its applications in Economics and Banking has a lot to offer the world and thus contribute positively towards solving the current economic crisis. He is keen on taking the IDB to a world of excellence with the Vision 1440H which was delineated on behalf of the Bank by a group of Eminent Persons. The Vision 1440H Document aims at alleviating poverty, eradicating illiteracy, providing better health facilities to the people, strengthening ties with the private sector, NGOs, and striving for the cause of development of
women, etc.

He looks at development as a comprehensive and integrated phenomenon that has to be continuously reviewed and closely coordinated. He seeks cooperation with all people who would like to contribute to a better life for all humans in this global village.

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