During the meeting, the two sides also probed funding priorities in various development sectors in African states, especially those related to food security, agricultural projects, new and renewable energy, in addition to health.
The aid included medicines and surgical equipment. It was delivered by the Foreign Ministry’s Egyptian Agency of Partnership for Development (EAPD).
The meeting aimed at promoting tripartite cooperation frameworks to serve development purposes in Africa and Egypt's interest in contributing to building African cadres' capabilities as well as the keenness on supporting South-South cooperation projects.
Shoukri affirmed that Egypt, as the chairman of the AU, is keen to promote comprehensive development in Africa.
Sisi attaches great importance to reconstructing post-conflict African areas and linking African states all together.
Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukri said Egypt pays special attention to Africa's humanitarian affairs.
A number of 35 participants from 23 African countries will attend the program.
EAPD and IBDL launched on Thursday the “Executive Leaders” scholarship in business management targeting 1000 executive leaders from 21 African countries.
Sameh Shoukry met Guinean Minister of Foreign Affairs Makale Camara on the sidelines of the 44th session of the Council of Foreign Ministers of the OIC.