These governorates are characterized by a number of cultural misconceptions that encouraged having many children.
The Ministry of Health and Population announced Wednesday the total number of visits held by women to family planning units, medical caravans, and civil society facilities.
Cairo and Giza are the most populated, while North Sinai is the least populated.
The former official pointed out that although Egypt began combating overpopulation in 1965, but not much has been achieved.
2.5 million are born every year.
A child is born every 20 seconds, the CAPMAS said.
The first phase is taking place on February 13-24.
CAPMAS announced last week that the Egyptian population had hit 102,746,000 growing by 250,000 in just 60 days.
That means a slowdown has occurred as the last quarter a million was recorded over 50 days.
Hassan pointed out that the most populated governorates out of the 27 are Cairo, Giza, Sharqia, Daqahlia, and Beheira.
"The absence or inaccuracy of digitizing made us unable to see well. This led to the stability of an inaccurate reality and an absence of eradicating corruption," said President Sisi.
In just 120 years, the size of the Egyptian population jumped from nine million to over 100 million.
Tawadros said there are projects inaugurated and investments pumped in the country on a daily basis. However, the lives of the citizens will only change through facing the population growth.
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli held a meeting Tuesday with a number of officials to get briefed on the final draft of the executive plan of the project.
"The country is witnessing a rapid and steady increase in population growth rates," the minister stated.
For the 100 million Egyptians to feel the impact of development programs accomplished, our annual GDP must be $100 trillion which is beyond our capacity, President Sisi added.
The official was commenting on the statements the president made Saturday on the needs resulting from overpopulation as almost 2.4 million are born every year.
The minister asserted that overpopulation has a negative impact on the state's budget and the Egyptian economy.
Abdel Qawi's statements came in a conference held to examine possible partnerships between the government and the civil society.
While we struggle with a growing young population, 20 countries are struggling with their aging populations.