Latest in Tag: women Highlight
Latest in Tag: women
Why sexually assaulted women take so long to speak out?
95% of complaints related to social and economic needs, Aml Abd El Moneim
Higher amounts of blood enzyme in men purportedly makes them more susceptible to virus
Initiative to address, mitigate impacts of pandemic on most vulnerable sectors of society
From Ariel’s powerful #ShareTheLoad engagement to Barbie telling us ‘You Can Be Anything’, there are some fantastic examples of brands actively shifting the conversation to include women, and expand on their contributions to the world we live in.
NCW President Maya Morsy confirmed that the report monitors all policies and procedures taken by the authorities.
As for male clients, they can have cards issued for their mothers, wives, or sisters, with the ability to control the card limit and its category (Gold – Prestige – Premier).
Women have an important role in this difficult period. Mothers all over the world, Egypt especially, should protect their children and families from the pandemic. Daily News Egypt presents some tips for women to combat Coronavirus.
The 16 March is a special day in the history of Egyptian women’s struggle towards her rights, the roots of the day dates back to 1919 when women participated for the first time in political demonstrations during the1919 revolution.
More than 50% of Expo’s employees are women
According to the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS), the gender ratio in Egypt reached 106.2%, meaning that there are 106.2 males for every 100 females.
Her remarks came on the second day of the Women Economic Forum (WEF), which is held from 4 to 9 March in Egypt. WEF takes place for the first time in Egypt and is held under the auspices of President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi. The forum is organised by the NCW in partnership with The Worx company.
Holding WEF in Egypt while other countries cancel their international activities sends great message about economic situation in country: Maya Morsi
Daily News Egypt provides newly married women with some tips in order to help them plan their homes’ budgets.
Zero Discrimination Day is universal in nature and aims to highlight issues related to all forms of discrimination. The celebration calls on people worldwide to support the rights of everyone to live a life without stigma or discrimination, regardless of their origin, gender, or their serostatus.
CBE launches several initiatives to boost financial inclusion
Market researchers have proven time and time again that women shop more than men, especially online shopping
Daily News Egypt presents major stations witnessed in women’s status during the last ten years following the quote,by Karl Marks: “Social progress can be measured by the social position of the female sex.”.
The symposium included a theatrical to address how to deal with cases of sexual harassment and economic exploitation of women
“Now we are waiting for January, either to reach an agreement or enter a fourth party in the negotiations,” the president said on GERD
President says he will never approve any law that is prejudice against women’s rights
She is Arab is a passion venture co-founded by Noha Hefny and Samar Alshorafa. Daily News Egypt had interviewed borh Hefny and AlShorafa to learn more about the platform.
‘It not only about providing female commuters with safer rides, but to make women a part of the ride-hailing industry as partners,’ says founder
This imitative is all about developing skills of girls to empower them in the society, especially for those in villages, says UNICEF Representative in Egypt
Participants will exchange experiences, lessons learned, and best practices at national, regional, and international levels on the promotion of women’s rights in societies affected by conflict, according to the UNDP.
‘I am not looking for excellent service, but less harmful alternative to public transport,’ says a female user
It also sheds light on the importance of collaboration between the private sector and non-governmentalorganisations, aiming to create opportunities for young Egyptians, while providing them with the right tools and skillset to become future leaders.
The event brought together scientists, policy makers, academics, innovators, diplomats, women organisations, and gender experts, within the framework World Science Day for Peace and Development (WSDPD) and the EU Gender Champion Initiative.
The programme is with investments of $3.7m, and is expected to benefit 390,000 female small-scale producers and their families in Egypt
Nasr participates in the Future Investment Initiative in Riyadh