Those contribute by 40 percent in the country's GDP.
That is within the government's bid to expand the social safety network among irregular workers.
The database is aimed at better facilitating the government's bid to expand the social safety network and formalize the informal sector.
Egypt’s Minister of Manpower, Mohamed Saafan announced, Monday issuing financial aids exceeding LE 10 million during the past period for irregular workers.
The minister added that the target number of beneficiaries has also been increased.
Those are concentrated in the sectors of transportation, constructions, agriculture, fishing, baking, and pedestrian vendors.
This came during a joint meeting between the Ministers of Planning, Manpower and Solidarity with the participation of, Minister of Manpower, Mohamed Saafan, Minister of Solidarity Nevine al-Kabbaj, Head of the National Council for Women Maya Morsy.
The number of registered employees in employment offices reached 2,168 young people, in addition to issuing 849 certificates for measuring skill level and a license to practice a profession for workers in various professions.
Safaan clarified that the third batch of the presidential grant to irregular workers was completed on Wednesday, August 26.
Egypt started Monday to disburse President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi’s grant for 737,000 irregular workers who missed the first stage, according to Minister of Manpower Mohamed Saffan.
The second stage of disbursing presidential grant for irregular workers started on Sunday, April 26, and will continue till May 10, the minister added.
"This initiative comes out of our social responsibly; and to pay back for our communities and families whom suffering due to Coronaviruse, COVID-19 pandemic”
Ahalina is a community partnership initiative, issued by the Egyptian government.