This report for Egypt is the fifth in a series of periodic assessment reports that were prepared to provide evidence of progress and identify bottlenecks/gaps that require different policies and strategies to ensure the possibility of reaching the Millennium Development Goals by 2015.
After every harvest season, the air turns murky and grey in Egypt. This ‘black cloud’ has become a major concern of the government and the generalmore
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Projects and Initiatives
The purpose of this project is to promote the practice and awareness on corporate social responsibility and the Global Compact (GC). The project was designed to: a) Support the establishment and set up of the national center; b) Develop the capacity of the staff at the center on CSR and GC; c) Support the center in availing services for the private sector. more
The project aims to develop and design effective strategies that address obstacles to vital social and economic development challenges. more
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Latest Millennium Development Goals Reports
This report on achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) for Egypt, the fourth in a series since 2000, is a mid-point assessment that takes into consideration the revised MDG framework approved at the 2005 World Summit, as well as national goals that go beyond the international goals set for all countries.