Latest in Tag: population Highlight
Latest in Tag: population
Governmental fund to be established to grant incentives to families abiding by family planning guidelines
Government accepts opposition’s scientific criticisms, aims to solve negative aspects, says Egyptian President
Egyptian government aims to build integrated database of family planning services
Egypt needs to achieve annual GDP growth of more than 8% to enhance current living standards, says former ECES Executive Director
Population control is of utmost importance for Egypt, according to Minister of Planning and Economic Development Hala El-Said.
Venkatasamy’s remarks came during the Financial Services Regulators Sub-regional Stakeholder Meeting that discussed solutions to increase intra-trade and financial flows for MSMEs in Africa.
The minister added that the increase in population levels will also prevent citizens from breaking out of the cycle of poverty, and improving their economic and social levels.
On Sunday, Ministry of Health reports 1,218 new coronavirus cases, and 63 fatalities
Egypt is currently the largest Arab country in population, the third in Africa, and the 14th globally.
International NGO expects that the world will have 8 billion people by 2023
As developed market interest rates stall or fall and the inflation-adjusted returns on most sovereign debt drops to negative territory once again – the global search for yield by institutional investors is as urgent as it has ever been. This, as much as anything, is driving the huge flow of institutional capital into private investments.
Expert recommends government to raise awareness, empower women
For past 30 years, economy has not grown fast enough, says report
Experts warn growth rates will hinder economic stability, 2030 goals
Problem dividing resources to population to distribute incomes, resources more equitably
Health affairs committee prepared law to establish General Authority for Medicine
Al-Sisi previously marked issue as one challenge threatening country’s development
The Central Agency for Public Mobilisation and Statistics (CAPMAS) revealed on Wednesday on the occasion of World Population Day, which is held on 11 July annually, that the number of Egypt`s population increased to reach 96.3 million at the beginning of 2018. The CAPMAS revealed that the population number increased from 72.8 million in 2006 …
The cost-of-living index in Dubai is approximately 186.15% higher than in Cairo, says OLX
Population growth is a challenge not less than that of terrorism, says Al-Sisi
PM Sherif Ismail visited the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics’ (CAPMAS) headquarters to follow up on the progress of the general census of population, housing, and facilities for 2017. During the visit, Ismail inspected the operations room of CAPMAS and was briefed on the progress of data collection and the early stages of …
The fastest growing cities in terms of population will be in the Middle East and Africa
Increase of petroleum prices, liberalisation of exchange rate, and increase of supply goods allocations are responsible for the deficit increase
The Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS) has announced that the population of Egyptians inside Egypt reached 92 million on Thursday at 8:00pm. CAPMAS stressed on 5 June that the population reached 91 million, which means that the recent increase has taken place in less than six months. It is worth mentioning that …
Egypt’s population has increased by 1 million people over the past six months
Cairo is the most crowded governorate, with 9.437 million people
In a bid to cope with the ongoing massive migrant influx to Germany, there have been growing calls for integrating asylum seekers into the country’s job market. But experts say it is a long and arduous process. At least 800,000 asylum seekers are expected to arrive in Germany this year alone, according to official estimates. …
Youssef instructs cooperation with social media to help counter increasing issue
Economic research estimates government can save EGP 43m using family planning
A “doomsday scenario” is possible but not inevitable with long term thinking from the government and families