CAIRO - 24 September 2022: Egypt's nation-wide Haya Karima development initiative has drawn new features for the Egyptian countryside, and improved the living standards of citizens after decades of marginalization.
The initiative reformed the infrastructure, laid foundations of social justice, developed health and education systems, in addition to inaugurating transport networks and communication systems.
Haya Karima has been regarded, globally, as one of the largest development experiences and initiatives in the history of Egypt, by developing 4,584 villages in 20 governorates over the course of three years.
The government confirmed, through the plan document for the year 22/23 submitted to the House of Representatives, that Haya Karima initiative, launched by the President of the Republic in January 2019, is the largest national project implemented by the state in its history, whose impact extends to cover all global sustainable development goals and dimensions.
It represents the social dimension of the initiative for a decent life at the level of the development plan 22/23, to be represented in:
Establishing 120,000 decent housing units annually.
Establishing 14,000 classrooms and 4,000 mobile smart classrooms.
Establishing 24 central hospitals and 398 ambulance points equipped with 1,000 ambulances.
Establishing and developing 495 youth centers.
Establishing and developing 3000 nurseries, 1200 community education schools, and 1400 literacy classes.
Establishment of 20 service centers for people of determination.
Develop 64 social solidarity units.