The minister gave an overview of ongoing projects.
Minister of Planning and Economic Development Hala El-Said chaired on Tuesday in Paris the bilateral session with the Directorate of the World Economic Forum (WEF) presenting the "National Plan for the Development of the Egyptian Family."
El-Said pointed to the second phase of the national economic reform program.
The database is part of the internal platform for mechanization and digital transformation at the ministry.
Fayoum governorate will soon host the first industrial complex as part of the initiative “Your Work in Your Village” to provide job opportunities for youth and women.
El-Said explained that Egypt's 3rd VNR covers all 17 sustainable development goals, and includes challenges and gaps, as well as achievements and success factors.
El-Said added that during the period between July 2014 and June 2020, projects worth LE 2.4 trillion were completed in 22 sectors across Egypt.
El-Said said that the key feature in Egypt's investment plan for the current fiscal year is increasing investments in human capital especially in education and health, and other logistical sectors
The pandemic is expected to be contained by mid-2021 as a result of discovering vaccines and making them available.
Public investments in FY2021/2022 are estimated to hit LE1.2 trillion.
It is noted that the healthcare's share in the FY2020/2021 budget was initially worth LE93.5 billion.
The Ministry of Planning and Economic Development issued a report on what was achieved within the Citizen Investment Plan in Daqahlia in FY2018/2019 and FY2019/2020.
The success of economic reforms contributed to mitigating the effects of the Corona pandemic: Says Hala El-Said
The protocol comes within the framework of the Egyptian President's directives to enhance social protection measures, by implementing the national project "A Decent Life”: says Hala El-Said
The stabilization is backed by the accumulation of foreign exchange reserves and high growth rates in the two years preceding the Corona pandemic, as well as Egypt's positive growth rates despite the global pandemic.
Joining the program is achieved by winning a competition dubbed the Open Innovation Challenge for Persons with Disabilities.
The Ministry of Planning and Economic Development disclosed Monday the prominent features of FY 2021-22 investment plan.
Shocks resulting from COVID-19 emphasised urgent need to renew efforts to achieve UN’s SDGs, says Hala El-Said.
That is over the past six years.
The minister of planning presented the endeavors undertaken by Egypt on that front.