Egypt has gone through many major political, social and economic developments since the revolution in January 2011, but was able to regain control over its capabilities. The country then began a new phase aimed at achieving sustainable economic and social development, strengthening political stability and security, combating terrorism, protecting borders, improving public services, consolidating principles of governance and tackling corruption.
Egypt has progressed towards comprehensive reform, prioritizing advancement of the economy as a key driver of development, while putting Egyptians at the centre of the development process at the same time.
This report highlights some of our results and presents UNDP’s experience using its integrated, transparent, and innovative role.
This project aims to address the urgent needs of host communities through partnering with Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and NGOs in Alexandria, Giza, and Qalyubia
Today, the conservation of the world’s oceans, seas, and delicate marine environment has become essential to secure the health and wellbeing of all living species.
With support from the Green Climate Fund and UNDP, Egypt is protecting its people and its economy from the devastating impacts of sea-level rise
The Coronavirus pandemic is the defining global health crisis of our time.

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98.4

Total population (millions)

5.2

Population in multidimensional poverty, headcount (%)

10,744

Gross national income (GNI) per capita (2011 PPP $)

116

Rank in Human Dev. Index

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