In Egypt, Investments in Women’s Empowerment Can Lead To 3.8 Million Fewer People in Poverty By 2030
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Check out our work in Egypt and how we contribute to development through working on our main focus areas: Inclusive Growth and Innovation, Environment and Energy and Gender Equality.
This report takes stock of the key achievements of UNDP Egypt's work during the period of 2011 and 2014, highlighting results that have helped national authorities and organizations improve the living conditions of millions of Egyptians. The results are also the outcome of exceptional collaboration with the government, state institutions, civil society, academic bodies, the private sector, UN agencies as well as donors and international development agencies.
UNDP has been awarded the Gender Equality Seal (GES) in 2014 and 2018 for its efforts to mainstream gender equality and to empower women in Egypt. The GES is a corporate certification process that aims to recognize good performance of UNDP Country Offices in delivering transformational gender results.
For over 50 years, UNDP has been supporting the Egyptian government and people in their efforts to reduce poverty and to promote sustainable human development policies. One of the hallmarks of UNDP Egypt’s success is its long-term support to the Government in building and sustaining strategic national institutions that have added significant value to improving people’s lives in the country. Ms. Randa Aboul-Hosn, is the UNDP Resident Representative in Egypt and Mr. Sylvain Merlen, Deputy Resident Representative.
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