The festival is held under the sponsorship of Prime Minister Moustafa Madbouli.
Hayaa Karima [Decent Life] Foundation signed Monday a cooperation protocol with Emaar Misr for Development to enhance the economic, social, health and education level of the villages most in need and to promote their capabilities in a way that contributes to providing a decent life for all citizens.
Minister of Agriculture and Land Reclamation Al Sayed al-Qusair made the statements Sunday.
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly said that Haya Karema [Decent Life] presidential initiative is one of Egypt’s top priorities national projects.
the minister said that these projects aim to serve Sharqiya governorate's residents, noting that four projects have already been completed.
The meeting reviewed the executive situation of the housing ministry's projects included in the presidential initiative in the sectors of sewage, water, and treatment plants, as well as service projects and the Sakan Karim "Decent Housing" project.
Minister of Planning and Economic Development Hala al-Said was addressing the House of Representatives Monday.
This should contribute to fulfilling the dream of Egyptians to obtain comprehensive health care for all family members in the "new republic" within 10 years instead of 15, the minister noted.
In the end, there will be caravans to 13 governorates at a time on May 11-12.
Prime Minister Moustafa Madbouli said the cost of implementing the presidential initiative Haya Karima, or Decent Life, is much the same as rebuilding an entire country.
The spokesperson of the Egyptian Armed Forces, Colonel Gharib Abdel Hafez, stated in a phone-in Saturday evening that the elimination of terrorism over the past years was not merely a security work.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah el Sisi asserted that economic reform has enabled the state to be more capable of facing economic crises, reiterating the need for controlling the population growth so as citizens could feel the economic improvement.
Those comprise a total of thousands of classrooms, and are worth hundreds of millions of pounds.
It will discuss president Abdel Fattah El Sisi's directives on the importance of providing commodities for citizens in the aftermath of the Russian-Ukrainian crisis.
Natural gas will be also delivered to 1,185 villages after the completion of the sanitary servicing works, the ministry noted in a statement on Monday.
The past year saw a leap in new partnerships with the World Bank, she said, as a development financing agreement worth USD 200 million was concluded to combat air pollution in Greater Cairo.
The convoys will include several specialties such as Gynecologists, obstetricians, pediatricians, nose, ear, and throat doctors, or thopedic, heart, cardiologists, and dentists.
A British trade delegation will visit Egypt within a week to mull ways to benefit from renewable energy and green finance, he added.
Egypt’s Ministry of Health and Population announced launching six medical convoys as part of the President's initiative Haya Karima.
An expanded dialogue had been held with civil society partners in Egypt over the past period to tackle ways of boosting the civil work to the needy segments in light of expanding the presidential initiative of Decent Life to include all governorates, the foundation mentioned.