Also, four youth figures delivered speeches to present their views on human development mechanisms.
The graduation ceremony at the Cairo Opera House gathered graduates from across Egypt to meet and network with students from different regions of Egypt.
The opening ceremony of WYF 2019 took place on December 14 in Sharm El Sheikh.
Admission to the third batch of candidates in the Presidential Program for Qualifying Executives for Leadership offered by the National Training Academy started.
The draft law exempts youth bodies from at least 75 percent of water, electricity and gas fees.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi has urged improving the mechanisms to identify talented people in terms of sports
Egypt’s Ambassador to Canada Ahmed Abo Zeid on Wednesday received a group of youths who will partake in the 2019 World Youth Forum (WYF), slated for Dec. 7-14.
Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al Sisi appointed on Wednesday new governors and young deputies to acquire political experience, reported Egypt Today.
Egypt launched 32 projects in Africa and organized more than 1,500 training activities for African youth and professionals in one year.
It consists of 81 candidates working for the public sector.
The ministry is building a project of 2,200 housing units in 110 buildings at a cost LE 383 million, the statement added. The minister inspected the city to be updated on the implementation of the project.
The presidency called the editions of the NYC a "high-level interactive platform" that enables direct communication between the state's leadership and all Egyptian people.
The NYC contributes to politically, economically and socially empower young people.
The eighth national youth conference will be attended by 1,600 participants.
With youth making half of the population in the south Mediterranean countries, the rate of young unemployed graduates stands above 25 percent.
Sisi decreed the formation of working groups of the youth to continuously contact the government within the framework of the national work.
Sisi said Tuesday the Egyptian people's awareness encouraged the political leadership to take bold measures for necessary economic reforms.
Public Prosecutor Nabil Sadeq referred six defendants in the lawsuit publicly known as “The Illegal Migration Gang” to urgent criminal trial.
The Swiss Development Cooperation, with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Youth and Sport , and in partnership with the International Organization for Migration (IOM), is launching a Clickfunding campaign to support the in
Two years after its inauguration, ShareaMisr (Egypt Street) is facing major crises that put it at risk of closure as a number of food carts have already been shut down.