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Latest in Tag: youth
Egypt launches State Award for Young Creators
Egypt’s Minister of Emigration and Egyptian Expatriate Affairs Nabila Makram announced, on Sunday, the official launch of the strategy
Statement described EU move as opportunist, clear violation of human rights
90% of victims live in low- and middle-income countries
The House of Representatives approved four agreements signed between the Ministry of International Cooperation and the US, which amount to about $33.4m.
The cooperation agreement was signed by ITI head Heba Salih and Matt Britten, President of Google, for the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region. The signing took place via video conference, and was witnessed by Minister of Communications and Information Technology Amr Talaat.
Industrial complexes are fully equipped, with each featuring administrative buildings, showrooms, sales outlets, and supermarket
Flat6Labs achieves this mission by offering a wide range of services including mentoring, training, and financing.
Three developers competed for Cairo Stadium development, Youth and Sports Ministry to decide best offer, says Sobhy
During a press conference on Monday, Sobhi said all clubs will gradually resume their activities with the necessary precautionary measures in place from 1 July, to fully open 15 July. He added that all restaurants and cafes inside clubs will, however, remain closed.
The civil society, along with Egyptian expatriates, have volunteered to join nationwide efforts to fight the pandemic.
“Now we are waiting for January, either to reach an agreement or enter a fourth party in the negotiations,” the president said on GERD
Ministry allocated EGP 425m for 16 projects, EGP 2bn to develop stadiums in New Capital to be completed in June
Egypt-based BasharSoft, the owner of the recruitment platform Forasna, signed a cooperation protocol with the Ministry of Social Solidarity to participate in the “Opportunity Initiative” launched by the ministry to provide decent job opportunities for young individuals looking for job opportunities. Amir Sharif, chief executive officer of BasharSoft, said that the new protocol aims to …
Red Sea Governor Ahmed Abdallah said that the youth represent the driving force of nations, adding that they are responsible for meeting the challenges of humanity. He continued that youth all over the world represent the leaders of the future. This came on the sidelines of AIESEC ‘s annual international congress, being held in Hurghada …
Researchers identified 115,856 incidents of suicide ideation, attempts
For decades, Egyptian youth have suffered from prerequisite of owning apartment
Supply Ministry uses refrigerated cars to cover citizens’ needs for ration goods in various governorates
Young people should start exploring themselves, understand their skills, what they want
The law enforcement is yet awaiting Al-Sisi’s ratification
How could the Egyptian educational system be linked to the labor market?
About 61.9% of Egyptian youth communicate via internet in 2016
The president inaugurated the fourth National Youth Conference with 1,500 attendees from the youth
In the time of the Muslim Brotherhood, I met with one of their leaders, who was the secretary general of the Pharmacists Syndicate in one of the governorates adjacent to the capital. I asked him about the reasons for their aggression against the media and the disputes with the judiciary, the police, and the army …
National Youth Conference comes to an end in Aswan; Al-Sisi asserts that Nubia is part of Egypt
In Egypt, the top 1% of rich households strongly influence inequality, according to recent World Bank estimates
The largest mosque umbrella organisation in Germany, the Turkish-Islamic Union for Religious Affairs (known as DITIB), has had its ups and downs since its foundation in 1984 in Germany as a branch of the Turkish Religious Affairs Directorate. While DITIB remains closely interlinked with the Turkish religious authority Diyanet in terms of finance, staff, and organisation, it claims to manage …
We have been too late in reviewing the Protest Law; we are waiting for Al-Sisi’s pledges on releasing youth, says member of NCHR
Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi is currently visiting the Red Sea resort city to host the National Youth Forum
The boycotting parties believe that the conference will not meet their demands, and will not welcome their suggestions and views