Egypt’s sustainable development plan for the fiscal year 2021-2022 has allocated L.E. 200 billion for the social initiative “Haya Karima.”
A free medical caravan was organized in Qena, as part of the medical convoys deployed by Haya Karima initiative that targets the most needy villages across Egypt.
The villages, selected for this development phase of the initiative, experience above 68 percent of poverty rate.
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.
Egypt’s social initiative “Haya Karima” is targeting investments into upgrading the quality of education services in Egyptian villages.
A recent report by the Ministry of Planning and Economic Development has revealed that the social initiative Haya Karima has contributed to reducing poverty rates in Egypt.
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.
A study by the Egyptian Center for Strategic Studies has revealed how the social initiative “Haya Karima” has changed the livelihoods in the Egyptian villages.
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.
More than 95 percent of the targets of the first phase of Haya Karima initiative has been accomplished in 143 villages, head of the project, Mohamed Abdel Fattah, said Wednesday.