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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
This is what exactly the Bein Bahrain film (Between two seas) tackles. When you hear the film’s name for the very first time, people might think it’s about a geographical place or an issue related to nature. But through this one, the scriptwriter targeted a much deeper issue.
The World of Difference award is a recognition and appreciation to the world’s outstanding corporative initiatives for women’s economic empowerment.
We are targeting 600 additional women to benefit from the initiative in the next six months: AWEF`s Egypt country Director says
Holding this important event in Egypt is a demonstration of empowering and supporting Egyptian women entrepreneurs: Arora
catalogue includes 23 women entrepreneurs, and contains more than 60 products.
“If we make the economy less bureaucratic, it will become easier to do business,” says Al-Kaylani
“Divorced woman to be paid insurance benefits immediately after divorce,” says deputy chairperson of FRA
The conference brought into focus the vital contributions of women leaders in economic growth across the MENA states, and the importance of supporting their development in key positions in public institutions and companies, which is a key national priority in Egypt.
The conference focuses on empowering women innovators, entrepreneurs, executives and educators towards fulfilment of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the MENA Region in Cairo, Egypt on 17 September.
Notably, the next edition of the Valencia film Festival will be held from 24 October to 3 November in the eastern Spanish city of Valencia.
Furthermore, she pointed out that Egypt plays an important role in the region in terms of empowering women, noting that many African countries have taken Egypt as a leading example in the implementation of economic reforms related to the empowerment of women.
In brief, egg freezing is a solution to preserve a woman’s fertility, so she can get pregnant in the future. It involves extracting a woman’s eggs (oocytes), freezing them, and stored as a method to preserve reproductive potential for women.
30.8% of Egyptian females over 10 are illiterate, says study
Police forces reportedly encourages citizens to report on each other and send a text message to locate women who don’t wear hijab
To a considerable extent, the media plays a key role in promoting negative concepts and attitudes toward women. Doubtless, the media not only gives people information and entertainment, but it also impacts people’s lives by shaping their opinions and beliefs.
‘World heading to adopt anti-sexual harassment policies; this must stop,’ says Lawyer
International bodies praised increasing women’s representation in parliament to 25%
Daily News Egypt sheds the light on the careers of those successful ladies.
The highest survival expectancy for females aged 60-64 years was 18.8 years, compared to18.3 years for males, and the lowest age expectancy (75 years and over) was 8.5 years compared to 9.7 years for males in 2018
President of the National Council for Women (NCW), Maya Morsi, demands from the drama producers to focus on presenting respectful values and protection for women in their dramatic productions
Nutrifuel provides healthy meal delivery services to the clients’ door steps
National Council for Women launches “Boudor’s Month” campaign against FGM
Morsi noted that this committee will prepare a content analysis to produce a report on the media’s treatment of the image and issues of women in regards to the media code established by the NCW’s media committee and approved by the Supreme Council for Media Regulation.
Women manage to transfer kitchen from housewives’ daily routine to source of income
“Ala Tablya” makes your Suhoor memorable
Daily News Egypt dug deeper to learn more about women’s participation in most series.
“I fear that some of them will eventually hurt me,” young female translator says
The mesmerising tunes of jazz embraces women as they walk into her studio. Welcomed by coffee aroma, eloquent tulle gowns, and proud silk drapes – stepping into the world of Deana Shaaban is as smooth as sailing through a charming, yet calm ocean. Over the duration of 10 years, she has managed to remain at …