According to a 2011 survey carried out by the Egypt Network of Integrated Development (ENID), around 11 percent of girls in rural areas never attended school, four times the number for men.Read More
During his lecture, Banerjee focused on how ‘ultra-poor’ households can be provided with assets, training, regular coaching, access to saving and consumption support that would lead to large and lasting impacts on their standards of living.Read More
Nearly a year after Egypt received a $12 billion loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), economic specialists remain divided over whether the decision has yielded positive effects for the country.Read More
Egypt was granted a $12 billion loan by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) after they complied with the requirements to float the pound and cut state subsidies.Read More
Thousands of TV ads, newspaper campaigns, and even a push from former first lady Suzanne Mubarak stressed the importance of slowing down population growth.
The campaigns failed.
El-Lakany’s and Maher’s core theme was recycling; they wanted an idea that was also eco-friendly because it would have a positive impact on the community.Read More
The EEDC, which concludes today, is designed to reposition Egypt on the global investment map and attract aid from more than 112 countries.Read More
Ma’an is a non-profit organization created by Sobhy to improve the living conditions of slum area residents in Egypt, while Kollena Massreyin is the campaign launched to promote its activities.Read More