The Ministry of Health and Population and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) signed the MoU Wednesday.
The MoU aims at achieving sustainable digital operational excellence for Egyptian government institutions and transforming them into smart institutions based on modern, environmentally friendly technology.
This took place on the sidelines of the meetings of the 27th Conference of the States Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP27), held in Sharm El-Sheikh.
The MoU was signed by CBE Governor Hassan Abdallah and Secretary General of the African Development Bank Vincent Nmehielle, CBE said in a statement.
The MoU aims to expand the scope of the existing cooperation between the government and the company during the coming period.
The international consortium includes the British Globeleq Company, the Saudi Alfanar Company, the Emirati Alcazar Energy Company, the Emirati K & K Company, and the American-Egyptian MEP Energy Company.
The ministry added the authority inked an agreement with the American Chamber of Commerce in Egypt to cooperate in training and building capabilities of human cadres in the mining sector.
The agreements were signed in Muscat, in addition to an initialing of the mutual recognition of the marine qualification certificates for navigators and the work of the Nuba issued by the two countries.
Chevron Corporation, which is an American multinational energy corporation, plans to drill its first exploration well in its concession area in the Mediterranean Sea next September.
The MoU was signed by Yehya Zaki, Head of the Suez Canal Economic Zone, and Michael Stoch, CEO of H2 Industries, to establish a plant for converting waste into green fuel in East Port Said, with a production capacity of 300,000 tons per year of green hydrogen.
The two parties will use their resources and expertise to meet the diversified demand of these vital sectors, and to better exploit their enormous potential.
The MoU is concerned with high-level political consultation on the bilateral relations and regional and international issues of mutual concern, the Egyptian Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
The Memoranda of Understanding are aiming to establish projects to produce green fuel and green ammonia in the Sokhna.
The first MoU was signed by Abdel Qader Darwish, Chairman of the Egyptian Group for Multi-Purpose Terminals, and Saif Al Mazrouei, Head of the Transport Sector at Abu Dhabi Ports Group.
This comes after the two ministers held a session of talks on bilateral relations, during which they discussed regional and international issues of mutual concern.
The investment cost of the project is estimated at about $5 billion, and it will be implemented in two phases, and production is expected to start in 2025, according to Cabinet Spokesman Nader Saad.
The agreements included a service agreement between the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation and Baker Hughes to cooperate in the field of gas recovery and reducing carbon emissions, which was signed by geologist Alaa El-Batal, CEO of the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation, and Engineer Tamir Nasser, Director General of Baker Hughes Egypt, according to a statement.
This came on the sidelines of the 6th Ministerial Meeting of the East Mediterranean Gas Forum held in Cairo.
The MoU is aimed at developing MSMEs, through exchanging experience and holding training courses and exhibitions, in addition to exploring opportunities for achieving trade integration between Cairo and Amman.
A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was inked between the Egyptian National Railway Authority and Austria's Voestalpine to increase the production of the Abbasia workshop.