The US Agency for International Development (USAID) has delivered 250 “highly specialized” ventilators to Egypt as a donation for intensive care units in the northeastern African countries, the US Embassy in Cairo said in a statement.
The first agreement aims to pump $15 million in the primary education sector, to improve the main skills of students and teacher training.
This came during a meeting held via a video conference technique between Minister of International Cooperation Rania Al-Mashat, and Director of the USAID Sherry Carlin, and a number of agency officials.
The US on Friday announced the provision of an additional assistance of $23.1 million for Sudan to help the country in its fight against the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Mission Director Sherry F. Carlin visited Aswan Governorate to reaffirm USAID’s strong partnership with the Egyptian people and support for Egypt’s development priorities.
According the US Embassy's statement, the agreement aims at increasing educational opportunities and strengthening the livelihoods of the people of North Sinai.
New disciplines were introduced in USAID training program, where students get trained in logistics, renewable energy, and agriculture fields.
The agreements will provide Egyptian youth with access to quality education and help Egyptian farmers access global markets.
Egypt and the United States of America signed on August 4four grant agreements worth $60 million in fields of higher education, science, technology, health, trade and investment.
(USAID) Administrator Mark Green, accompanied by Deputy Aswan Governor Abdel Qader Kheir have launched an initiative called "Feed the future" at a value of dlrs 37 million.
USAID Administrator Green joined Minister of Antiquities and Aswan Governor in celebrating the completion of a groundwater lowering system at KomOmbo Temple.
U.S. Charge d’Affaires Thomas Goldberger visited Upper Egypt's city of Minya, celebrating the Fulbright Commission's 70th year in Egypt, during which he emphasized the U.S. support to Egypt.
US Embassy in Cairo announced operating two projects in the Upper Egypt's governorate of Sohag, in support of Egypt's goal to meet educational and sanitation needs of all people across the country.
Three leading universities in Egypt will partner with American universities to create Centers of Excellence in energy, water, and agriculture.
The USAID has cooperated with a number of Egyptian organizations to launch the Women Entrepreneurs Network.
President Sisi approved a mutual agreement to receive $50.85 million at most from the United States to fund water and sanitation activities.
USAID is partnering with UNICEF and the Ministry of Youth and Sports to promote youth employment and female empowerment in celebration of International Youth Day.
The timetable for strategic discussions will be set.
Mike Pompeo affirmed the U.S. keenness to enhance strategic relations with Egypt, and the commitment to back Egypt politically, economically and developmentally.
USAID grants Egypt $100 -112 million annually, divided among several activities and aspects, according to Sherry Carlin, the USAID mission director in Egypt.