FILE - Head of Federation of Egyptian Industries Mohamed el-Sewedy
CAIRO – 16 April 2018: The fourth edition of Egypt Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Forum will be held from April 16 to 17, 2018, in Cairo, Egypt.
“Development Drivers in Various Sectors” is the title of the forum this year, and it will underline the actual needs of the sectors that impact citizens’ lives.
The forum will also discuss the Egypt Vision 2030, and the role of the private sector in supporting this vision.
CSR Forum aims to provide the private sector and civil society with the opportunity to present their development plans and discuss the issues that can drive Egypt’s economy forward and guarantee a decent life for every Egyptian citizen.
Minister of Industry and Foreign Trade Tarek Kabil, Minister of Planning Hala al-Saeed, Minister of Investment and International Cooperation Sahar Nasr, and Minister of Communications and Information Technology Yasser al-kady will attend the forum.
The forum’s website revealed that its second day will clarify the importance of combining the informal and formal economies, and the role of the banking sector, especially financial inclusion, in achieving sustainable development.
It will also discuss the role of women and people with special needs in the labor market and how they participate in achieving sustainable growth.
Head of Federation of Egyptian Industries Mohamed el-Sewedy will give the opening speech, and will be followed by the Representative of the International Labor Organization in Egypt, Peter Van Guei, and Advisor to the Federation of Industries and Coordinator of the Conference al Sayed al-Turky.