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Given Name:  Tarek
Family Name:  Fayed
Nationality:   Egyptian
Date of birth: 1965
Marital status:  Married and having two children.


Post-University Studies

Diplôme D’études Approffondues DEA in French Linguistics from faculty of Languages and translation / Al-Azhar University (Session of September 2005, with grade Good).

University Degree

University Degree in French Language and literature from faculty of Languages and translation / Al-Azhar University (Session of Mai 1988, with grade Good).

Professional Training Courses

In the French Center for Culture and Cooperation on teaching French as foreign Language (1994 / 1995).





  • Training of Trainers Course



  • Arab Course for professional Scout Leaders



  • BSA Summer Camp Programme Directors Training Course.



  • Camp Commissioner for Cub Scout Camps



  • International Leader Trainers Course



  • Management Learning Workshop



• Arabic ..... mother tongue.
• French ....fluently written and spoken ( First foreign language, university degree, courses of continued training, participation in many international seminars, with capacity of written translation and oral interpretation)
• English....... fluently written and spoken (participation in many international seminars with capacity of written translation and oral interpretation)

• Word, PowerPoint, excel, Internet and web applications


In working for International Youth Organizations:

Director of Youth Programme – World Scout Bureau / Arab Regional Office

November 2003

Description: Executive director to develop programmes of various age sections and assisting in qualifying the leaders working with age sections.

Main Tasks:

  • Following up the implementation of the Arab Policy for Age Sections Development.
  • Assisting NSO\'s in training and qualifying the age sections commissioners.
  • Following up the development of the Arab Scout Curricula and providing support to NSOs in this field.
  • Partaking in supervising Arab regional, sub-regional and national events for national leaders responsible for youth programme, curricula and sections development.
  • Issuing publications (bulletins, guidebooks) to support National Program Commissioners.
  • Assisting in the organization of the Arab regional youth events for all sections.
  • Partaking in the organization of the Arab regional patrol leaders and rover crewmates seminars.
  • Following up the implementation of the world scouting strategic priorities (Youth Involvement and adolescents).
  • Translating into Arabic the WSB publications (in Programme field).
  • Encouraging the Arab participation in the World Scout Youth events.
  • Work as secretary to the regional sub-committee for youth programme, providing support to the committee to hold its meetings successfully.
  • Coordinating the cooperation with other regions: Euro-Arab and Afro-Arab cooperation.
  • • Coordinating cooperation with international Scout bodies (World Scout Parliamentary Union,
  • International Union of Muslim Scouts, World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts…).

Secondary Tasks

  • Helping in organizing regional treasurers meetings.
  • Issuing a bulletin on ideas and experiments in fund raising and self finance.

In teaching the French Language:

Teacher – French Language - Faculty of Languages and Translation / Al-Azhar University, Cairo.


  • Teaching the French as foreign language for the University students (adult beginners).

The teaching method contains: Grammar, Conversation, Dictation and Translation.

Teacher – French Language Al-Azhar Institutes:


  • Teaching French as first foreign language for the preparatory and secondary schools students at Al-Azhar Institutes.




  • Member of the Scout Movement [from 1976 until now].
  • Member of the Boy Scout Association (various volunteer executive positions).
  • Member of the Training Committee (certified trainer of trainers).
  • Representation of the Egyptian Federation for Scouts and Girl-Guides In many international conferences and Seminars.
  • Head of the Egyptian Scout Delegation to many international events.
  • Assistant Chief Commissioner – Egyptian Boy Scout Association.
  • Member, National Program Committee, Egyptian Federation for Scouts and Girl-guides.
  • Member, Egyptian Environmental Association.
  • Member, Egyptian Youth Studies Association.


  • Oral interpretation of the Euro-Arab, Afro-Arab cooperation meetings as well as other meetings that needs interpretation.
  • Translating programme related publications issued by the World Scout Office and other regional offices from French and English into Arabic.
  • Translating the following guidebooks into Arabic:
  • A guide to programme development – Overview, WSB – 1999.
  • Scouting, an Educational System, WSB – 1999.
  • A guide to programme development – Final Educational Objectives, WSB –2000.
  • Youth Participation in Decision Making, a reference document, WSB - 2000
  • 19th World Scout Jamboree bulletins, 1998
  • 20th World Scout Jamboree bulletins,  2001
  • WOSM Circular no. 27 concerning the Mackinsey study, 2001
  • Mackinsey study questionnaire for NSOs on preparing WOSM to the 20th Century.
  • Two of the 7th World Scout Youth Forum documents, 1999.
  • Two of the 8th World Scout Youth Forum documents, 2002.
  • Two of the 36th World Scout Conference documents, 2002.
  • Reports related to the preparatory meetings for the 37th World Scout Conference, 2003
  •  Arabic version of the WSB Secretary General concerning the 4th General Assembly of the World Scout Parliamentary Union, 2003.
  • Detailed program and information bulletin regarding the World Staff Management Conference.
  • A reference document entitled: Scouting and Humanization of Globalization, WSB 2003.
  • Translating the following documents into English and French:
  • Achievements of the Arab Region (1999 – 2001) – English.
  • The adaptation of the world strategic priorities into the Arab regional plan.
  • Arab Scout Region Strategy Achievements (1989 – 2000) to be presented to the World Scout Conference – French.
  • Arab Scout Region Strategy Achievements (1989 – 2000) to be presented to the World Scout Conference – English.
  • The Arab Scout Region plan 2003 – 2004 in achieving the world scouting strategic priorities - English.

Editing and publishing several articles, periodicals and books, such as:

  • 40 issues from the Monthly bulletin: Age Sections’ Development contains various useful topics for National leaders dealing with age sections.
  •  8 issues from the Monthly bulletin: Fundraising and self financing.
  • 4 guidebooks on the advancement requirements for the age sections: Cubs / scouts/ senior scouts / rovers.
  • The Sixes, a manual on the small groups in the Cub Scout section 1997.
  • The scout Patrols, a manual on the small groups in the scout section 1998.
  • The senior scout Patrols, a manual on the small groups in the senior scout section 1999.
  • The rover scout Crews, a manual on the small groups in the rover scout section 2000.
  • 3 guidebooks on the Merit Badges Requirements, 2001.
  • The information bulletins on the regional and world scout events.
  • The proposed bylaws for the Arab Regional Big Events for youth.
  • Several reports on the regional and world events for youth and leaders.

Editing and publishing several documents and work papers to be discussed in several seminars, workshops and conferences, such as:

  • The challenges facing young people in the 21st century and how to deal with it.
  • Scouting’s role in fighting against smoking and drugs addiction, 2000.
  • Scouting’s role in environmental services, 2001.
  • Patrol Leader’s role in expanding scouting membership, 1998.
  • Scouting’s role in observing the ethical moral values, 2000.
  • Scouting’s role in strengthening the spirit of belongingness and patriotism, 2002.
  • Scouting’s role in dealing with the 20th century’s challenges, 2002 (Advanced sciences and technologies / Information Technology’s revolution.
  • Achievements of the Arab Regional Strategic Plan 1989 – 2000 (Programme, age sections’ development, international relations and fundraising fields).
  • Second regional strategic plan 2001 – 2010 (Programme, age sections’ development, international relations and fundraising fields), 2000.
  • The Arab Region’s Plan for 2002 – 2004.
  • The Strategic plan 2002 -1004 / 2005 – 2007 for the world scouting priorities (Youth Involvement / Adolescents / Volunteers / An Organization for the 21st century / Scouting Profile), 2003.

Editing periodical and non-periodical bulletins in English such as:

  • Report on the Arab Region’s achievements 1999 – 2001 in English Language.
  • The integration of the World Scouting Priorities into the Arab Scout plan 2002.
  • 20 issues from Arab News (a monthly newsletter in English Language).
  • 6 issues from Arab Flash (non-periodical bulletin in English Language to highlight the successful events).
  • Report on the Arab Region’s achievements 1989 – 2001 in both English and French Languages to be presented during the World Scout Conference, Thessaloniki, Greece 2002.
  • The Arab Region’s Plan for 2002 – 2004 in English Language.
  • Participation and reviewing the Monthly Report of the Arab Scout Office.


  • The Scout Movement (joined the Scout Movement 1975).
  • Reading in the domains of personal development, leadership, training, public relations, and international relations.
  • Browsing the Internet to discover new things related to these topics.
  • Camping and traveling.
  • World friendship and correspondence.
  • Table tennis.
  • Arabic Calligraphy.
  • Photography.


  • Long Service Award, Egyptian Federation for Scouts and Girl Guides       


  • Algeria
  • Chile
  • Cyprus
  • France
  • Germany
  • Jordan
  • Kenya
  • Korea
  • Kuwait
  • Libya
  • Lebanon
  • Netherlands
  • Morocco
  • Oman
  • Palestine
  • Qatar
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Spain
  • Sudan
  • Switzerland
  • Syria
  • Thailand
  • Tunisia
  • Yemen
  • United Arab Emirates
  • United States of America


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