On the occasion of the World Children's Day, the Ministry of Social Solidarity released Sunday a statement detailing the public benefits provided to children in Egypt.
Egypt has placed education quality among its priorities since 2014 as it embarked on improving education services.
Meanwhile, the minister will hold talks in Paris on underway establishment of Egypt Home that aims at providing residence to Egyptians studying in Paris.
In her message, Azoulay stressed that the only possible solution to bring about a profound change in the world for the better lies in investing in education.
Haya Karima has been regarded, internationally, as one of the largest development experiences and initiatives in the history of Egypt, by developing 4,584 villages in 20 governorates over the course of three years.
The schools in the governorate were renovated as part of the presidential initiative, in addition to new schools established to receive more students during the new school year.
According to the allocation, a total of 2.9 billion pounds will be directed to research and service projects.
He also pointed to the university's keenness that the university teaches English and Chinese languages.
Dr. Adel Abdel Ghaffar, media advisor and official spokesperson for the ministry, said that the list of Egyptian universities listed in the Shanghai classification witnessed progress this year, with an increase from last year, as Cairo University topped the first place at the level of Egyptian universities.
Dr. Reda Hegazy is the former Deputy Minister of Education for Teachers’ Affairs.
The plan aims to continue reducing the illiteracy rate to 17 percent in 22/23 compared to 19 percent in 21 /22.
One week after instructing the government to expand the social safety network, President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi made steps to bolster healthcare services provided to low-income citizens as well as support to university students.
These governorates are characterized by a number of cultural misconceptions that encouraged having many children.
The report indicated that the budget spent until Decent Life's launching in 2021 amounted to LE 100 billion.
That will be in a few years within the introduction of the new system.
The curricula will be designed and then will be taught to the students, in cooperation with Chinese experts and Egyptian graduates from the Faculty of Al Alsun Ain Shams University.
With 84 years of history in Egypt, the British Council has played an impactful role in supporting the development of education, arts, and culture here in Egypt.
This comes as part of the national project to eradicate illiteracy in Egypt, in cooperation with the General Authority for Literacy and Adult Education.
The state aimed to reduce the travel of Egyptian students to study abroad, to attract students from outside Egypt, and to enrich the integration between state institutions.
The school is specialized in the design, production, and maintenance of means of transportation and transportation facilities.