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Mahmoud Shalaby chose not to give up when he got paralyzed by an accident in 2004, and continued his work and life as a survivor.
Sri Lanka’s youngest change-maker, Anoka Primrose Abeyrathne, was on the WYF’s honorable guest list.
Mina Bakheet is one of the most promising Egyptian medical entrepreneurs, who established about 56 companies in almost two years.
For establishing the first technological hub in her country <i>mHub</i>, President Sisi honored Rachel Sibande at the WYF.
Sharm el-Sheikh hotel occupancy rate has reached its highest in 7 years, registering a 50 percent rise.
President Abdel Fatah al-sisi crowned the end of the successful international World Youth Forum in Sharm el-Sheikh by honoring a number of youth participants of different nationalities.
Laura Sharbash, DDS, was one of the youth who decided to attend the World Youth Forum (WYF) in Sharm El-Sheikh, seeking any potential opportunities.
The World Youth forum wraps up on Thursday.
UN Women representative partaking in the forum contended that the UN stands firmly with Egyptian women in the face of terrorism.
"Do you want to have a female prime minister?" President Sisi sarcastically said.
Woman’s enhancement in decision-making processes was highlighted at today’s World Youth Forum sessions.
Unfairness is what forms most of the Arab women’s problems,” Sisi said.
The now 17-year-old computer programmer said that he is proud of his country’s growing attention to young people.
“The significance of the conference is highlighted in youths’ presence, which is felt in every nook and cranny of the event,” Khattab stated.
“Egypt is a pioneering example when it comes to achieving peace and co-existence,” Sisi stated.
The Egyptian mega star comedian Mohamed Henedi is participating in the World Youth Forum in Sharm El-Sheikh.
The third day of the World Youth Forum kicks off Tuesday with world leaders and experts discussing more youth-related issues in different parallel sessions.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi affirmed Monday that there is real political will to empower young people within Egyptian society.
“I believe that all problems facing the world are due to a lack of education,” said Sohail Abdel Moghny, who is an activist advocating female education in Yemen.