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Latest in Tag: women
Over 264 million people around world of all ages suffer from depression
Country provides 623,500 loans for small, micro projects from July 2014 to late 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked desolation around the whole world, affecting the population’s health, social and economic status, and stretching government resources and options.
President asserts that women are role models in various fields
On display at the week-long exhibition are more than 100 works of art by women artists in Egypt.
While numbers reveal alarmingly high rates of violence against women and girls, they do not reflect ongoing impact of COVID-19
Egypt participates in 65th session of UN Commission on Status of Women
And COVID-19 will continue to have far-reaching impact on the hard-won gender equality gains in all countries. No country has fully achieved gender equality, with all countries grappling with gaps in women’s equal participation in economic and public life. All countries are also struggling to address the “shadow” pandemic – violence against women.
The awarding ceremony was held on Thursday morning, at the residence of the Mexican Ambassador in Cairo, Jose Octavio Tripp.
Egypt is hosting the tournament until Thursday, with a total of $175,000 in prizes up-for-grabs.
Project also aims to advance women’s financial inclusion, economic empowerment in rural Egypt
Facebook has launched the #SheCreates e-book, marking the International Women’s Day.
The annual event, held by the IFC and stock exchanges around the world since 2014, aims to raise awareness of the pivotal role women play supporting private sector growth and development.
Egypt celebrated for implementing Positive Mental Health Initiatives for Women in World Bank report
Contribution of women aged 15 and above to workforce was just 14.3% compared to 67.4% for men in 2020, says CAPMAS
The agency’s emphasis of support came in a press statement on the occasion of the International Women’s Day, celebrated on 8 March.
Egyptian women obtained right to vote, run in elections in March 1956 which was one of their demands for years
The festival is considered a global women’s movement launched by British director and producer Jude Kelly in 2010, Artistic Director of the South Bank Centre, one of the largest cultural centres in Europe, on the centenary of International Women’s Day.
Event to host Hoda El Maraghy who received Canada Medal, highest award in Canada
Egypt’s girls and women taking firm stand against genital mutilation to change culture
‘We are living in golden age with positions and privileges offered to Egyptian women,’ says Maya Morsi
Theatre is effective in presenting contemporary challenges and their solutions, says Abdel Dayem
GCC country to hold first Basketball tournament for Saudi women in late February
53% of listed companies have at least one female board member, with women accounting for only 10.8% of 242 listed companies’ board seats
Crime rates increased significantly in H2 of 2020, reaching 299 cases of gender-based violence, says Nagwa Ramadan
Award provides Arab platform for exchanging best practices, experiences in field of Arab regional administrative development and governmental experiences
US President Joe Biden’s cabinet is the first in American history in which the number of women is nearly close to that of men.
Egyptian government has taken leap forward by adopting policies, carrying out reforms related to Gender Parity: Al-Mashat
Many Egyptian women suffer marital rape yet are given no recourse to legal or religious protection
Despite the economic effects of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the world still stands on the edge of the biggest wealth transfer in history.