The initiative covers, in its second phase, 52 centers comprising 1,600 villages with a population of approximately 21 million.
Egypt’s government has allocated LE 150 billion to complete the implementation of the targeted projects in the first phase of the Decent Life [Haya Karima] presidential Initiative.
Egypt’s Ministry of Health and Population announced on Monday the provision of free medical and treatment services to up to 141,327 citizens, through 131 medical convoys, during April.
This came during a meeting chaired by Madbouli to follow up the executive status of the first phase of "Decent Life" as well as preparations for launching the second phase.
Upper Egypt accounts for 96.8% of the total projects of Haya Karima initiative, according to a Wednesday study by the Egyptian Center for Strategic Studies.
Egypt’s Minister of Planning, Hala El-Said said that during the past 8 years, nearly half of the allocated budget of the medium and small enterprises, were directed to women in Upper Egypt.
The inititaive's projects covered more than 4,500 villages during its first phase, with a total of 175 centers in 20 governorates.
Over the past 8 years, billions have been spent in various fields, such as the health sector and dealing with disasters and crises, he added.
Egypt’s 2014 constitution stipulated the right to social protection, which guarantees achieving social justice and decent lives for all citizens.
This includes the number of homes of the most vulnerable families targeted to raise their efficiency, which amounts to 124 thousand homes.
The Egyptian Ministry of Health and Population will launch 9 medical convoys within the initiative of the President of the Republic "Haya Karima" for free examination and treatment in various medical specialties.
The Egyptian Ministry of Health and Population will launch 8 medical convoys within the initiative of the President of the Republic "Haya Karima" for free examination and treatment in various medical specialties.
Talking about the "Decent Life" presidential initiative, the minister said that it was launched by President Sisi and aims to provide a decent life for the most vulnerable groups nationwide.
Coordinator of Haya Karima [Decent Life] Presidential Initiative at Al-Shuhada village in the Menoufia Governorate, Mohamed Rabie, confirmed that the Initiative, has provided nearly 10,500 job opportunities through several projects.
Development dreams have turned into a tangible reality in 42 villages in Giza governorate.
According to a statement released on Sunday, the governor noted that work is underway to finalize 682 other projects that cost over EGP 17.7 billion
The country has set objectives to comply with the latest international environmental standards of the World Green Building Council.
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry affirmed on Thursday Egypt’s aspiration for the enhancement of the financial activity of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) to support agricultural and rural development projects.
President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi said Thursday that Haya Karima [decent life] ‘s initiative plan was not finished until now in several villages’ allover the country due to the economic repercussions of the Russian- Ukrainian war.
Chairman of Decent Life’s board of trustees, Aya Omar, said this is not the first time that the two foundations cooperate with each other, citing their previous cooperation in providing orphan girls with furniture to be able to get married.