Ministry of International Cooperation
Egypt’s Ministry of International Cooperation and the European Union organized a ceremony, Monday to sign a number of development financing grants within the framework of the Egyptian-European partnership
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The report highlighted the Ministry’s country-led multi-stakeholder engagement framework and delves into four main areas of work that envisage an inclusive, green and digital future, according to the Ministry.
During 2021, a training course on effective management of development finances was implemented in partnership with the Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOIKA) and the Korean Institute for Development Strategies (KDS), for the research and technical teams in the Ministry.
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22 percent of these funds are dedicated to housing and wastewater management, while 19 percent is dedicated to energy and transportation.
The ministry noted that this fund came as an Egyptian partnership with several financing institutions (the Saudi Fund for Development, the Kuwaiti Fund for Arab Economic Development, the Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development).
The report clarified that more than $6.7 billion secured for financing sovereign projects and $3.1 billion in support of the private sector.
The report reviews all the work done by the Ministry of International Cooperation in terms of cooperation with various government agencies and multilateral and bilateral development partners to provide funds in support of the National Agenda and the 2030 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
In the context of H.E. President Abdel Fattah El- Sisi visit to France to strengthen bilateral relations, Egypt’s Ministry of International Cooperation, in collaboration with the French Development Agency, released a 60 second short visual film celebrating forty-six years of partnership and its impact on the development of Egypt.
“The most important areas of cooperation between the two countries are in the sectors of communications, construction, finance, services, tourism, industry and agriculture."
Al Mashat, held the first coordination meeting for Kitchener Drain Depollution project worth 408 million euros to improve water quality and the health and environmental situation of the people living in the area.
Dr. Rania Al-Mashat, Minister of International Cooperation, affirmed that the ministry is seeking, through multistakeholder platforms with all development partners, to coordinate and prioritize financing for projects in the agricultural sector to achieve food security and reduce food waste.
Minister of International Cooperation, Dr. Rania Al-Mashat, asserted that the ministry seeks to apply the principles of economic diplomacy to serve human ends and goals and foster purposeful and meaningful partnerships that implement developmental projects that are in line with the 17 goals of sustainable development.
Egypt’s Ministry of International Cooperation announced Monday hosting the second virtual Multi-Stakeholder platform on ‘Global Partnerships for Effective Development Cooperation’.
The Ministry of International Cooperation, the National Council for Women, and the World Economic Forum, have launched “Closing the Gender Gap Accelerator”, a national public-private collaboration model which enables governments and businesses to take decisive action on closing economic gender gaps.
MSMEDA signed Framework agreements with five Egyptian governorates to support the provision and enhancement of community facilities, including drinking water networks, sewage networks, paving side roads with interlocking paving, schools, health clinics, a
Madbouli held a meeting on Wednesday with International Cooperation Minister Rania El Mashaat to review the outcome of Mashaat's visit to Washington.
This came during a meeting with Jordanian Minister of Industry, Trade and Supply Tarek Al-Hamoury.
The signing ceremony is due to take place during the bank’s conference in Egypt on September 13 entitled “Boosting investments in the Mediterranean Region.”