Sister Networks

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CELA Network

A NETWORK OF TALENT

Many of us have attended workshops that claim to offer “leadership development.” They typically end with a handshake, a certificate and a “farewell” at the end. A follow-on network is always promised, but it rarely materializes. Unfortunately most training programs are an end in themselves. Participants complete the courses and return to their normal routines. They lose much of what they learned, and forget who they learned it with. CELA was created to be different.  In its years of existence CELA has conducted 10 academies, over 25 reunions, briefing and Summit events to continue to educate and connect the network.  In the last year 60 members of sister networks in the Middle East, Southeast Asia and North America have attended the Global Network Summit held in the Caucasus in August 2014.  Additionally, over 50 members of the CELA network have attended events held by these sister networks events in North American and the Middle East

The Leadership Academy is a Means, Not a (Dead) End.

At CELA, something magical happens. You arrive at the Leadership Academy as one person from one nation. Ten days later, you are a trusted member of an international family of energetic leaders. A network of multifaceted talent. That means a community of exceptional individuals from different backgrounds and professional sectors, but bonded through the common CELA experience. It means access to unusual new perspectives to sharpen your thinking and clarify your purpose. It means a pool of complementary resources – knowledge, capacities, contacts – available to help you improve your decisions, accelerate your career, and expand your goals. And that community of talent and pool of resources are continuously growing, as CELA grows.

The CELA Network is About:
•    Maintaining a safe platform for CELA members to keep conferring and learning from one another after the Leadership Academy experience
•    Exploring forms of collaboration and exchanging best practices from Central Eurasia and beyond
•    Drawing on the knowledge and abilities of peers who share your drives and “speak the same language” as you do
•    Facilitating cooperation, communication, comprehension and mutual respect across borders throughout the region

Watch “CELA: The Epic Journey (2010).” The film, made on the occasion of the CELA Grand Summit, chronicles the history of the organization’s creation and development since 2002.

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Afghanistan

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General Data
Area: 647,500 thousand square kilometers
Population: approximately 32,738,400 (the population of Afghanistan is divided into a wide variety of ethnic groups. Because a systematic census has not been held in the country in decades, exact figures about the size and composition of the various ethnic groups are not available. Therefore most figures are approximations only: Pashtun: 42%, Tajik: 27%, Hazara: 9%, Uzbek: 9%, Aimak: 4%, Turkmen: 3%, Baloch: 2%, Other: 4%)
Capital: Kabul
President: Mr. Mohammad Ashraf Ghani
Official language: Pashto and Dari
Religion: Muslim (99%)

Armenia

General Data
Area: 29.74 thousand square kilometers
Population: 3,222,900 [97,2 % of Armenia’s population are Armenians. Minorities living in Armenia include Yezidis, Russians, Kurds, Assyrians, Greeks, and others.]
Capital: Yerevan
President: Mr. Serzh Sargisyan
Official language: Armenian
Religion: Christian (99%)

Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan

General Data
Area: 86.6 thousand square kilometers
Population: 9,356,500 (2013 estimate)
Capital: Baku
President: Mr. Ilham Aliyev
Official language: Azerbaijani
Religion: 93% Muslim, 4% Christians, 3% – other religions.

Georgia

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General Data
Area: 69,700 thousand square kilometers
Population: 4,469,200 (84% Georgians, 6.5% Azeri, 5.7%, Armenians, 1.5% Russians, 2.5% others)
Capital: Tbilisi
President: Mr. Giorgi Margvelashvili
Official language: Georgian
Religion: Orthodox Christianity (82%)

Kazakhstan

General Data
Area: 2,724,9 sq. km
Population: 16,911,911 (2013 est.)
Capital: Astana
President: Mr. Nursultan Nazarbaev
Official language: Kazakh and Russian
Religion: Three main religions include Muslim 47%; Russian Orthodox 44%; Protestant 2%, other 7%

Kyrgyzstan

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General Data
Area: 199,900 sq. km
Population: 5,550,239 (2011 est.) 68.9% Kyrgyz, 14.4% Uzbek, 9.1% Russian, 7.6% others.
Capital: Bishkek
President: Almazbek Atambayev
Official language: Kyrgyz and Russian
Religion: The Population of Kyrgyzstan is 75% Muslim, 20% Russian Orthodox and 5% other.

 

Tajikistan

Tajikistan

General Data
Area: 143,100 sq. km
Population: 7,616,000 (2011 estimate) 79.9% Tajik, 15.3% Uzbek, 1.1% Russian, 1.1% Kyrgyz, 2.6% others
Capital: Dushanbe
President: Emomali Rahmon
Official language: Tajik
Religion: 85–90% of the population of Tajikistan is Muslim, mostly Sunni, roughly 4% are Christian, mostly Russian Orthodox, and less than 1% is Jews.

 

Turkmenistan

Turkmenistan

General DataArea: 491,210 sq. km
Population: 5,125,693 (2012 estimate)
Capital: Ashgabat
President: Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow
Official language: Turkmen
Religion: 89 Muslim, 9% adhere to the Eastern Orthodox Church, and for 2% others.

 

Uzbekistan

General Data
Area: 447,400 sq. km
Population: 29,559,100 (2012 estimate) 80% Uzbek, 5.5% Russian, 5.0% Tajik, 3.0% Kazakh, 2.5% Karakalpak, 1.5% Tatar, 2.5% others.
Capital: Tashkent
President: Islam Karimov
Official language: Uzbek
Religion: 90% Muslim, 6% Christian and 4% others.

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