Saudi Geographical Society

The Saudi Geographical Society (SGS) was established in 1984 at King Saud University in Saudi Arabia. The SGS is a national, non-governmental, professional organization devoted to the development and promotion of the discipline of geography through the initiation and coordination of research, instruction and events. The organization aims for excellence in deepening and expanding the geographical knowledge of specialists and members of society, and utilizing their skills for projects in civil society, development and the environment, both in Saudi Arabia and the world. The SGS maintains a database of geographic information and publishes maps and a scientific journal, The Arabian Journal of Geographical Information Systems.

Member category Nongovernmental Organizations
Country Saudi Arabia
Area Middle East and North Africa
Geographic focus of work Middle East countries
Specific Region(s) Saudi Arabia
Head Ali Abdullah Aldosari
Focal Point title President
Focal Point Ali Abdullah Aldosari
Alternate Focal Point title Office Manager
Alternate Focal Point Sadq Jala Al Dean
Address PO Box 2456 Riyadh 11451
Telephone 00966551010052
Email [email protected]
Email 2 [email protected]
Website http://saudigs.org/
25/09/2019
Electoral Group Middle East and North Africa Major Groups
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