Rania Al Mashat
The agreement will implement the first phase of the project to support e-government and innovation In the Public Administration (INNOPA), with a grant of €8 million out of a total of €17.5 million.
The MOIC minister is Egypt’s alternate governor for the NDB, with Finance Minister Mohamed Maait as the main governor
The project provides its services to about 12 million people in the first and second phases, and the third phase provides services to about 5.5 million people
The UNSDCF “provides guidance to UN Country Teams as they plan, finance, deliver and evaluate their support to countries in achieving the SDGs
Both parties signed a non-binding agreement to explore cooperation in renewable energy and green fuels including ammonia and hydrogen.
The Egyptian Minister is scheduled to speak at a number of events and discussion sessions, and to hold a number of bilateral meetings with multilateral and bilateral development partners.
Minister of International Cooperation Rania A. Al-Mashat began her agenda at the World Economic Forum Annual Meetings 2023 in Davos by participating in the launch of the “Giving to Amplify Earth Action” (GAEA);
This comes in line with the second U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit hosted by the USA in the presence of U.S. President and African heads of state.
Al-Mashat elaborated that the main objective is to move from pledges to implementation; accelerating climate action, mobilizing development financing and private sector investments, and providing technical support in the priority sectors of water, food, and energy.
Egypt’s Minister of International Cooperation Rania El-Mashat and Assistant Secretary General for UN Global Compact (UNCG) Sanda Ojiambo have discussed mechanisms of joint cooperation to support climate work.
The Minister held a bilateral meeting with Her Majesty Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, United Nations Secretary-General's Special Advocate for Inclusive Finance for Development, to deepen financial inclusion in Egypt and particularly in the rural areas.
The meetings were held on strengthening economic cooperation and increasing partnerships to support the global 2030 goals, as well as in preparations for COP27.
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Egypt’s Ministry of International Cooperation and the European Union organized a ceremony, Monday to sign a number of development financing grants within the framework of the Egyptian-European partnership
International Cooperation Minister Rania Al-Mashat said the world's endeavors to achieve sustainable development by 2030 are not separated from hopes to enhance climate action, turn into a green economy and reduce emissions.
Mashat’s meeting with Nicholas Stern, chair of the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at the London School of Economics, came on the sidelines of the 2022 Spring Meetings of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank Group (WBG) in Washington.
This came as she participated in the Intergovernmental G24 Ministers and Governors Meeting, which is being held in conjunction with the WBG and IMF’s 2022 Spring Meetings.
To map out SDG progress and achieve Communication for Development goals (C4D), the Ministry of International Cooperation’s SDG mapping activities includes carrying out field visits to Egypt’s different cities and regions, as incorporating the SDGs into local contexts is essential for the effective implementation of the 2030 Agenda.
During the meeting, the Minister of International Cooperation noted that Egypt seeks to strengthen bilateral cooperation with regional partners and optimize the mutual benefits that both countries can obtain through this partnership.
Mashat noted that the the economic reforms implemented in Egypt over the past seven years have helped enhance growth and the Egyptian economy’s capability to face up to the negative impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic.