Cairo and Giza are the most populated, while North Sinai is the least populated.
The former official pointed out that although Egypt began combating overpopulation in 1965, but not much has been achieved.
Those are offered through mobile clinics, caravans, and door-to-door visit campaigns.
Egypt is trying to avoid a population boom in 2030-2040, as the babies born in a boom in 2010-2015 would be in the average childbearing age in that decade, which would result in a population of 183 million in 2050.
The Senate recommended on Tuesday that an independent organization be established to deal with the challenges facing Egypt on its way to Vision 2030 and sustainable development.
A draft law on combating child marriage and considering it a form of human trafficking was submitted to the House of Representatives by parliamentarian Amira al-Adly on Thursday.
2.5 million are born every year.
The first phase is taking place on February 13-24.
The Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS) announced Saturday that 60,000 babies have been born since January 1.
Although Egypt is implementing projects for a decent life, it is difficult to control this annual increase.
CAPMAS announced last week that the Egyptian population had hit 102,746,000 growing by 250,000 in just 60 days.
That means a slowdown has occurred as the last quarter a million was recorded over 50 days.
It is expected that the population of Egypt increases to 123 million in 2032 if the level of childbearing decreases, but if not, the population would jump to 130 million, according to Hussein Abdel Aziz, advisor to the head of CAPMAS.
In just 120 years, the size of the Egyptian population jumped from nine million to over 100 million.
A campaign by the Health Ministry will kick off Sunday and last until Aug. 26 in 10 out of Egypt’s 27 governorates to provide family planning services.
"Any action that would be taken without reaching a just and binding legal agreement and without coordination with the downstream countries is a rejected unilateral act," Abdel-Atti said.
The total cost allocated for eliminating unsafe areas is L.E. 39 billion.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El Sisi directed officials to ensure that achieving balance between population and economic growth rates is the major objective of the national project to develop the Egyptian family.
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli held a meeting Tuesday with a number of officials to get briefed on the final draft of the executive plan of the project.
“Thus, establishing a water network costs approximately LE 600 million. With the increase of population, the state incurs more expenses and money that can be saved," said Assistant Minister of Housing.