The Egyptian Coalition for Human Rights and Development (ECHRD) is closely following the latest calls inciting Egyptians to demonstrate in the streets and breach the laws regulating peaceful protests
Egypt’s new NGOs law allowed providing foreign funding, establishing new associations only by “notifying” along with abolishing imprisonment as a punishment.
All NGOs operating in Egypt must adjust their conditions to comply with the law within a year.
The Ministry of Social Solidarity has reworded the draft law and sent it to the parliament last week.
Fair opportunities will be available to all civil society organizations that work in the field of handicrafts and cultural heritage.
The cabinet approved on Wednesday a draft law regulating civil work in Egypt. The House of Representatives will receive the draft within this week.
Lasheen Ibrahim met on Saturday with delegations from three NGOs including that of Volunteers Without Borders.
The Ministry of Health and Population has carried out surgeries for 118,000 patients in critical conditions over almost one year.
In November 2018, Sisi agreed to form an official committee to reconsider a law issued in 2017 governing the operation of foreign NGOs in Egypt.
The Syrian president affirmed the importance of the role of popular unions and organizations in preserving Arab societies and raising awareness
Egypt attaches great importance to promoting trade cooperation with Africa ahead of chairing the Africa Union in 2019.
The third field army commander and the Suez governor opened on Sunday a school for deaf and dumb people in Tawfiqiya area.
The Cairo Criminal Court acquitted 40 defendants after retrying them on Thursday over charges of receiving $60 million in foreign funds for human rights organizations and NGOs working in Egypt without licenses.
A Cairo criminal court will retry 16 defendants over charges of receiving $60 million in foreign funds for human rights organizations and NGOs working in Egypt without licenses.
A number of 12 civil society organizations in 12 governorates have been granted the Excellence Award.
The decision included some NGOs in Cairo; namely: Nebny Foundation; and Nida Society for rehabilitation of deaf and hearing impaired children in Al-Nozha district.
The Excellence Award Competition takes place for the third year in a row under the auspices of the Ministry of Social Solidarity.
Wali explained that 55 foreign entities provided 151 grants to 112 NGOs in Egypt.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi has agreed to form an official committee to discuss the law governing how foreign NGOs should operate in Egypt, as a prelude to a possible ratification.
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