As one of the world’s largest multilateral development agencies, present in over 170 countries and territories, UNDP is on the frontlines of anticipating, understanding and acting on today’s opportunities and risks.
This publication is part of UNDP efforts to accelerate the achievement of the Sustainable development Goals (SDGs) and to find holistic, balanced solutions to complex development problems, using data-intensive forward-looking modelling and forecasting of complex systems.
This publication is part of a broader, long-term collaboration between the Pardee Center and UNDP to assess SDG attainment and prospects for Egypt across a variety of issues using the International Futures model, developed by the University of Denver. The report equips the reader and policy makers of Egypt’s development path as well as the potential outcomes and trade-offs from different development scenarios. It can be utilized to understand the different “futures” generated by focusing on specific policy actions and their repercussion on the SDG achievement.
As part of the National Programme to end Female Genital Mutilation, doctors Against FGM has been launched in 2017. According to statistics, 82% of circumcision is are reportedly performed by medical personnel.