The WFP and its partners were going all out to reach as many as 138 million people this year — “the biggest scale-up in our history,” he said.
Egypt Today reviews decisions and initiatives that aim to improve citizens’ conditions, advance the incapable groups and improve their provided services.
According to the World Food Programme, 265 million people would suffer from hunger by the end of this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Ministry of Social Solidarity said that 4 million jobs were provided through anti-unemployment programs and projects during the last 10 years.
The solution just might lie in turning our eyes to rural cities instead of focusing on urban areas.
Wali explained that 55 foreign entities provided 151 grants to 112 NGOs in Egypt.
French President Emmanuel Macron's government plans to spend 8 billion euros ($9.3 billion) to tackle poverty.
Two years into Egypt’s first comprehensive program to tackle a long-standing phenomenon of homeless children in the gloomy streets, Egypt Today closely shadows the project’s components in the streets and behind the walls of its institutions.
The report highlights global best practices and inspiring experiences of happiness and well-being, celebrating the best government achievements in this area.
The United Nations for Women and the World Bank analyzed household survey data for 89 countries on October 18.
The school is located in a remote area called Madbaa in North Sinai.
"Extreme poverty anywhere is a threat to human security everywhere." — Kofi Annan, Seventh Secretary-General of the United Nations
China started work on over 12,000 relocation projects in 2017 to lift people out of poverty: the Chinese National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC)
There has been a program to combat poverty in Giza which executed 34,446 projects through local development associations.
Egypt's poverty line will rise to LE 700 – LE 800 monthly per person in fiscal year 2017/18.
Mauricio Macri promised a free-market revolution in Latin America's third-biggest economy when he took over as president of Argentina.
Sadiatou used to be a well-off trader of traditional cloth at the market in Benin's economic hub of Cotonou but now sells school equipment from her home.
The Ministry of Social Solidarity’s “Forsa” (opportunity) program agreed to partner with employment website Shaghalny (Hire me) to help poor families find jobs.
SDGs constitute the agenda for sustainable development, economic growth and environmental issues linked with peace, development and human rights.
The Ministry of Social Solidarity confirmed its continuous observation of the poverty-stricken street child Abdel Rahman who is colloquially known as “The Dancer with the Dogs”