Egypt's PM follows up Decent Life projects in Beheira

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Sat, 18 Jul 2020 - 02:46 GMT

File Photo: Egyptian men install water pipes in the village of al-Jendaya, in the Bani Mazar province, in the Minya governorate some 200km south of Cairo (AFP)

File Photo: Egyptian men install water pipes in the village of al-Jendaya, in the Bani Mazar province, in the Minya governorate some 200km south of Cairo (AFP)

CAIRO, July 18 (MENA) – Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli received on Saturday a report on the progress made in the projects of the “Decent Life” initiative in Beheira governorate.

The report was introduced by Minister of Local Development Mahmoud Shaarawi, who expounded that the first phase of the Decent Life initiative covered eight villages with investments of EGP 260 million.

He added that the number of beneficiaries amounted to 243,000.

Up to 85 projects were carried out in Beheira governorate in light of the Decent Life initiative, including eight projects for rehabilitating ceilings of 189 houses, Shaarawi said.

These projects included installing sewerage, and drinking water pipelines, constructing bridges and paving roads in addition to providing some health and vet services in the remote villages, the minister elaborated.

Madbouli underscored the importance of finishing the first stage’s projects on time, stressing that the government is working hard to improve the living conditions of people residing in the targeted governorates.

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