The protocol comes within the framework of the Egyptian President's directives to enhance social protection measures, by implementing the national project "A Decent Life”: says Hala El-Said
The official elaborated that 94 percent of beneficiaries live in Upper Egypt.
Building the complexes came in light of implementing the first phase of the project, which aims at developing and improving the infrastructure and living conditions in about 1,400 villages nationwide.
The allocations for the implementation of "Decent Life" initiative in FY2021/2022 have been decided to be LE150 billion.
Haya Karima [Decent life] Presidential initiative continues to develop, ease and change people’s life in Egypt’s countryside and villages with offering services, food and even implementing and developing infrastructures projects.
Ministry of Planning stated that the first phase of the Decent Life Initiative was launched at the beginning of the fiscal year 2019/2020, to cover the poorest 143 villages, followed by coverage of the poorest 232 villages in the year 20/2021, where 375 villages were covered with beneficiaries exceeding 4.7 million citizens.
United Nations Resident Coordinator in Cairo Elena Banova praised, Wednesday the presidency initiative Hayaa Karema [Decent Life] that was launched 2019 to develop the Egyptian countryside.
Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Egypt, H.E. Hong Jin-wook met with H.E. Nivine El-Qabbag, Minister of social solidarity on March 15 to discuss ways to expand cooperation on social welfare sector, support policies to promote egyptian handcraft industry and expedite the signing of Korea-Egypt Social security agreement.
The premier underscored the importance of sewage projects and their positive environmental effects to raise the standards of living.
A study by the Egyptian Center for Strategic Studies has revealed the basis on which villages are selected to be part of Haya Karima initiative.
Egypt’s Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly followed, Monday with the updates of the presidential initiative Decent Life during several ministerial meetings.
The medical caravans and mobile units are operated by the Ministry of Health and Population in rural villages.
The state is very interested in carrying out the national project to develop the Egyptian villages.
Minister of Planning and Economic Development Hala el Saeed said that her ministry submitted a request to incorporate the initiative into the GPSDD
The United Nations has praised Egypt’s “Decent Life” initiative has contributed to mitigating the negative impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic through improving the standards of living conditions of the most needy groups.
These remarks came in a symposium held by IMC via videoconference to review the main features of "Descent Life" initiative launched by President Abdel Fattah El Sisi to develop the poorest villages in the country.
Egypt’s Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly, held a meeting, Thursday, to review the unified vision for achieving food security and following up on the modern irrigation project.
Minister of Planning and Economic Development, held a meeting via video conference technology to discuss a strategy for economic empowerment in such villages.
Members of the House of Representatives stated that the "Decent Life" initiative would make a qualitative leap in the villages of the Egyptian countryside.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi received Thursday Jordanian Prime Minister Bishr el-Khasawneh, where they discussed common challenges facing the Arab region and the development of the peace process in the Middle East.