Secretary-general of the Coalition of Egyptian Parties Taysir Matar told Al Ahram Tuesday that representatives of the 40 member parties will meet Wednesday evening.
The Ministry of Youths and Sports represented by the Central Administration of Parliament and Civic Education, held dialogue sessions as part of the activities of the national campaign to combat cyber extortion under the slogan “Protect Yourself”.
In an effort to address unemployment in vulnerable areas, train and empower young people to enter the labor force, World Food Programme (WFP) has been organizing 29 training courses in 5 provinces, as part of a nation-wide project that aims to advance youth skills.
The Egyptian state, after the June 30 revolution, witnessed a great movement in political life, and young people became a major and effective participant in parliament and executive positions in the state.
Egypt named the year 2016 as the year of youths, since which, building youth capacity became on the state’s radar and part of its development agenda.
A delegation of Egypt, Greek and Cypriot youths began their visit to Greece as part of the fourth edition of the “Reviving the Roots.. Nostos” presidential initiative.
The campaign was launched by the ministry in tandem with the National Bank of Egypt and Banque Misr to upskill one million entrepreneurs by 2030.
The meeting was attended by both Egyptians in the country, and nationals living abroad.
The second phase started August 16 and will last until September 15.
On SMEs, the cabinet approved a $95 million financial agreement, signed on June 2, 2020 between the Egyptian government and the OPEC Fund for International Development, aimed at supporting the third phase of a project aiming at developing SMEs.
The online scholarship is free to 100,000 Egyptians in a move to help them master the latest tech fields and brush up on the core skill.
The move aims to raise the awareness of students, and citizens in general, of the environmental issues and to encourage researches in the field.
Finances of the Social Fund for Development have recorded a remarkable breakthrough in the loans and financial services provided to young Egyptians.
A total of 100 civil society representatives discussed ways to address environment, educational, societal and economic challenges, and proposed solutions.
Prime Minister and Minister of Housing Mostafa Madbouli held a meeting on Sunday with the ministers to follow up the implementation of the tasks of the World Youth Forum.
Minister of Supply and Internal Trade said July 3 that procedures and guidelines governing the addition of new born children to ration cards will be put in place and announced July 11.
Professor Inas Abdullah called for bridging the gap between the education and labor market and encouraging the expansion in small and medium projects.