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One School One Country begins

30 January 2017

One School One Country is an exchange programme that brings students and WorldSkills Member countries and regions together, to share each other’s cultures and values and increase awareness about the power of vocational skills to improve lives around the world.

In a colourful ceremony at the Fairmont Bab Al Bahr, students from 59 ACTVET and ADEC schools welcomed representatives of the Member countries and regions taking part in WorldSkills Abu Dhabi 2017, the world championship of skills. Here's the full details of the pairings:

  1. Ireland ---> Al Afaaq School
  2. South Tyrol, Italy ---> Al Bawadi School
  3. Denmark ---> Al Mostaqbal School
  4. Liechtenstein ---> Al Bateen School
  5. Armenia ---> Al Dhabianeya School
  6. Canada ---> Hamooda Bin Ali School
  7. Thailand ---> Al Lulu School
  8. Indonesia ---> Saad Bin Obada School
  9. Hungary ---> Khadeeja Al Kubra School
  10. Georgia ---> Al Noor School
  11. France ---> Halima Al Sa'adeya School
  12. Portugal ---> Ibn Sina School
  13. New Zealand ---> Al Bahya School
  14. Norway ---> Al Taweela School
  15. Namibia ---> Sas Al Nakhl School
  16. South Africa ---> Al Sameeh School
  17. Barbados ---> Al Falahiya School
  18. Estonia ---> Al Waleed Bin Abdel Malek School
  19. Zambia ---> Al Tafawoq School
  20. USA ---> Al Fateh School
  21. Singapore ---> Ain Jaloot School
  22. Latvia ---> Omair Bin Yousef School
  23. Kazakhstan ---> Bani Yas School
  24. Vietnam ---> Al Muzdalifa School
  25. Netherlands ---> Al Rahba School
  26. Macao, China ---> Mohamed Bin Al Qasem School
  27. Malaysia ---> Al Taqadom School
  28. Costa Rica ---> Al Aasima School
  29. Spain ---> Al Asala School
  30. Austria ---> Mubarak Bin Mohammed School
  31. China ---> Khalifa City A School
  32. Finland ---> Al Qemma School
  33. United Kingdom ---> Al Ezzah School
  34. Belgium ---> Abdulla Bin Otaiba School
  35. Colombia ---> Al Maha School
  36. Belarus ---> Al Marwa School
  37. India ---> Al Salam School
  38. Morocco ---> Yas School
  39. Chinese Taipei ---> Rooh Al Ittihad School
  40. Germany ---> Hamdan Bin Zayed School
  41. Ecuador ---> Aldar Academies - Al Mamoura School
  42. Brazil ---> ADNOC Schools - Sas Al Nakhl
  43. Oman ---> The Sheikh Zayed Private Academy For Boys
  44. Switzerland ---> Aldar Academies - Albateen School
  45. Romania ---> Alsorouh American School
  46. Saudi Arabia ---> The British School - Al Khubairat
  47. Hong Kong, China ---> The Sheikh Zayed Private Academy For Girls
  48. Palestine ---> Aldar Academies - Al Yasmina School
  49. United Arab Emirates ---> Al Ittihad National Private School
  50. Iran ---> Merryland School
  51. Mongolia ---> German International School
  52. Australia ---> Aldar Academies - The Pearl Primary School
  53. Korea ---> Emirates National Private School - MBZ
  54. Sweden ---> Reach British Private School
  55. Bahrain ---> American International School
  56. Egypt ---> The Cambridge High School
  57. Kuwait ---> Emirates Private School
  58. Japan ---> STS – ATHS / Girls Secondary Technical School / Applied Technology High School for Girls – Abu Dhabi
  59. Russia ---> STS – ATHS / Boys Secondary Technical School / Applied Technology High School for Boys – Abu Dhabi

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