Haya Karima, Emaar Misr sign LE 1B-worth protocol to promote joint development work



Mon, 16 May 2022 - 04:25 GMT


Mon, 16 May 2022 - 04:25 GMT

CAIRO – 16 May 2022:  Haya Karima [Decent Life] Foundation signed Monday a cooperation protocol with Emaar Misr for Development to enhance the economic, social, health and education level of the villages most in need and to promote their capabilities in a way that contributes to providing a decent life for all citizens.

This came as per President Abdel Fattah El Sisi's directives to strengthen social protection measures, through the implementation of presidential initiatives, especially the "Decent Life" initiative, which aims to provide a decent life for the most vulnerable groups nationwide, the Decent Life Foundation said in a statement Monday.

Within the framework of this protocol, Emaar Misr supports the Decent Life Foundation with a budget of LE 1 billion to be allocated to complete sustainable development projects related to developing and raising the efficiency of all sectors such as health and social services sectors, basic infrastructure services, eliminating all aspects of poverty, controlling population growth, enriching cultural life, increasing employment rates and providing decent jobs through various economic projects, added the statement.

This protocol comes within a series of partnerships that the Decent Life Foundation seeks to conclude with various partners and civil society institutions with the aim of rallying efforts to contribute to achieving the goals of the "Decent Life" presidential initiative, said the statement.

Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly said that Haya Karema [Decent Life] presidential initiative is one of Egypt’s top priorities national projects.

During a press conference, Sunday, to announce the government’s plan to deal with the global economic crisis, Madbouly affirmed that the State gives top priority to the Decent Life imitative, pointing out the country faces the obstacle of providing production supplies and raw materials to the initiative's projects.

The conference was attended by 40 journalists and 55 correspondents of about 30 foreign media outlets and ministers, where Madbouly answered nearly 100 questions about Egypt's economy and administration.




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