Gov't investments for administrative reform hit LE40B in 3 years: Min.


Thu, 21 May 2020 - 12:43 GMT

FILE - Planning Minister Hala el-Saeed

FILE - Planning Minister Hala el-Saeed

CAIRO – 21 May 2020: Government investments during the past 3 years to achieve administrative reform and improve the information infrastructure amounted to LE 40 billion, according to Minister of Planning and Economic Development Hala el-Saeed.

Saeed added, Wednesday, that the Egyptian state has implemented the programs and performance budgets, which are the main pillar in the effectiveness of employing the available resources in the country, and ensuring the achievement of gender-responsive budgets, which aim to achieve equal opportunities between the sexes in benefiting from programs funded by the state budget.

She emphasized that women have a sustainable development agenda: Egypt's vision 2030 which has a large share of interest in order to enable it at all levels, pointing to the consideration of gender considerations in all strategic axes.

She pointed out the importance of highlighting the shift towards a green economy as a tool for achieving sustainable development and creating new investment opportunities for companies, as well as highlighting the efforts of the Egyptian state in settling sustainable development goals.



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