Smart schools in Upper Egypt are model for effective cooperation with development partners, says Rania Al-Mashat
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WFP projects empower women entrepreneurs in Luxor and promote smart farming techniques, says Minister Rania Al-Mashat
Matthew Hollingworth, WFP country director said WFP bought 8,000 tons of food grown in South Sudan in 2019
Minister of Local Development Mahmoud Shaarawy, ordered on Wednesday, that a framework be quickly developed and implemented for cooperation with the WFP
Egypt receives €25m grant from Dutch government for water resources management
Accord supports SDGs in particular goal of Zero Hunger
“Articles related to women represent only 4.2% of all articles on Arabic Wikipedia, compared to 15% on global website,” says El-Messiri
Programme provides nutritious snacks to vulnerable children in public, community schools
The programme aims to feed 60,000 Egyptians in five governorates with the highest number of returnees
The project is entitled the ‘Access of Children to Education and Fighting Child Labour’ project, with a €60m fund from the EU.
Announcement comes after fundraising drive surpassed target
AFP – South Sudan’s government and rebels are taking a more than two-week break from key peace talks having seemingly made little to no progress in three weeks, mediators said Tuesday. The IGAD regional bloc, which is brokering the peace talks being held in Ethiopia, said both sides were halting the talks until 20 March …
In 2014, WFP plans to feed 4.25 million displaced Syrians inside their country and around 2.9 million Syrians who fled to neighbouring countries.
The number of Egyptians suffering from under-nutrition has risen as a result of deteriorating economic climate
Ongoing civil war hampers efforts to provide food for millions of Syrians
Gian Pietro Bordignon, the director of WFP in Egypt, spoke to Daily News Egypt about the organisation’s objectives and activities in the country.
Inflation rises 1.8% as Egyptians struggle to make ends meet
Influx of refugees from Mali exacerbates political instability in neighbouring Mauritania