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Sohag University ranked the 400th in the International Classification of the most sustainable universities, among 956 universities worldwide.
The report, he said, aims at expounding challenges facing the country in the different domains of governance, taking into consideration Egypt Vision 2030 and the UN sustainable development goals.
“For us, in the UN, it is extremely important that the Egyptian government succeed in improving rural livelihoods, and we will be by the side of the government to achieve this goal,” said UN’s Elena Panova to Egypt Today.
President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi will attend a ceremony commemorating the 2019 launch of Haya Karima initiative to develop the countryside.
El-Said explained that Egypt's 3rd VNR covers all 17 sustainable development goals, and includes challenges and gaps, as well as achievements and success factors.
The meeting dealt with supporting aspects of partnership between the two sides in the fields of higher education and scientific research.
Egypt This year, the campaign was launched in February targeting 16.7 million child for free.
Mahdi said that sustainable global sustainable development plans were negatively affected due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
During the meeting, Enani confirmed that the digital transformation project came from the strategy of the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities to achieve sustainable development goals.
This amount has been earmarked based on a program and performance-based budgeting approach to the 2021/2022 fiscal year plan, he added.
The economic and social plan of 2021/2022 by the minister of planning outlines promising figures as part of the medium-term sustainable development (2018/2019-2021/2022).
The plan is to record a 0.2 percent decrease from the expected unemployment rate in the current fiscal year, which is about 7.5 percent.
The official elaborated that 94 percent of beneficiaries live in Upper Egypt.
Egypt’s Minister of Planning and Economic Development Hala El-Said received Saturday Matsunaga Hideki, Director General of the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA) for Europe and the Middle East region.
The government aims to continue expanding modern financing tools in the field of sustainable development.
Dr. Hala El-Said, Minister of Planning and Economic Development indicated the importance of adopting a participatory approach.
Several Arab countries, mainly Egypt, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Tunisia, presented the most prominent achievements they had made to prepare their respective voluntary national reports.
The protocol was signed in cooperation with the Joint Sustainable Development Goals Fund.
That was during her participation via videoconferencing in the symposium on "Sustainable Development Goals after the Coronavirus Pandemic" organized by Bibliotheca Alexandrina.