preparation of local leaderships Project
First: the general framework
Leaders are development, management and governance. Outstanding leadership is the cornerstone of ensuring rapid development, modern management and good governance. And the long-awaited challenge to meet it, is it possible to achieve a qualitative transfer in the local leadership? Can corruption be eliminated? Is it possible to highlight distinguished and loyal?
- Local leaders:
Local leaders include:
A) The Governors shall issue a decision to appoint them as President of the Republic.
B) Leadership functions
Are the following three levels of the Competent Authority with functional levels in grades (excellent, high, general manager), including those who lead central departments, departments and public administration.
- Secretary General
Assistant Secretary General
Heads of Centers
- Heads of cities
- Heads of neighborhoods
C) Supervisory management functions
Jobs include the following level of leadership positions include
- Heads of village units.
- Engineering Management .
- Urban Planning.
- Planning and Follow-up.
- Legal Affairs .
- Citizen Services and Complaints.
- information management .
- Development Management.
- financial affairs .
- Leadership development
The total number of leaders in October 2017 is 5757
Of which 372 are supervisory positions
- Supreme Council of Leadership
The Minister of Local Development issued a decree to form the Supreme Council of Leaders No. (494) for the year 2017, Annex 3, which is a consultative council for the Minister of Local Development, which contributes to the proposal of visions, policies, strategies and initiatives.
- Human development and leadership
It is composed of ministers, governors, specialists with expertise and competence. The functions of the Supreme Council of Leaders include:
First: Terms of reference of the Supreme Council of Leaders
Submission of proposals on the following topics:
preparing of leaders and skills development.
Recent international experiences in the preparation of local leaders and cadres.
Improved leadership and management performance.
Means of selection for the Committee of Leading Functions and Supervisory Administration.
Training programs and development strategy.
Human Development Plan.
Method and criteria for evaluating the performance of leadership functions and supervisory management.
Plans to develop the capacities of young people in the field of local development in the governorates.
Second: The functions of the Supreme Council of Leaders
To give an opinion on the following topics:
Vision in the selection, preparation, qualification and development of leadership.
Required attributes of leadership.
Selection criteria and quality.
Policies required to develop the skills of local leaders.
- Upgrading existing local leadership.
- Attracting outstanding leaders to work in local municipalities.
- Attract young people qualified to work in local development
- How to reach the level of local leaders to the best international standards.
- Ways to eliminate corruption.
- Selection and testing of new leaders
Test capabilities and personality traits.
Psychological tests at the Center for Human Development and Behavioral Sciences of the Armed Forces.
Survey of SAIs.
theoretical training programs.
Training programs in the governorates.
Meetings with the Standing Committee of Leaders.
Adoption of the final result.
National project for the provision of energy consumed in the general lighting of roads and streets
The project is the replacement of street lights and roads at the level of the Republic with another more energy saving and more efficient to the number of 3.89 million Scouts and accessories at a cost of 2,078 billion pounds, with the establishment of a database of street and street lighting indicators at the level of the Republic are used to follow up maintenance and other matters Statistical and technical matters
The feasibility of the project
Providing electrical energy for lighting the streets and main roads and sub - provinces in different governorates and reduce the theft of electricity through
Providing an amount of LE 3 billion annually for electricity consumption bill
Save at generating power stations of 900 MW
Locating the theft of electric current in the streets through the control units in the classroom and measuring the amount of electricity consumed
Summary of achievements
On 8 April 2015, a contract was signed between the Ministry of Local Development, the Arab Organization for Industrialization (the Electronics Factory), the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy to supply and install these searchlights and their accessories on the streets and roads at the level of the villages and cities of the Republic
Effective date of implementation 1 May 2014 The planned implementation period will last for 28 months
To date, 1770496 Scouts have been supplied and 4,1523 control units have been installed. In fact, 174,223 Scouts have been installed to date and 41523 control units have been installed in different governorates.
An amount of LE 1,231,355,899 billion was made available through the Ministry of Local Development of the Electronics Factory of the Arab Organization for Industrialization for the works that were supplied and installed in the governorates
The works that were procured contributed to saving the consumption bill by LE 2.333 billion annually and saving 600 MW of power generation
Projects funded by a grant from the United Arab Emirates
The Ministry of Local Development has coordinated with the General Secretariat of the Ministry of Defense and some ministries concerned to prepare files of the projects to be financed by the grant from the United Arab Emirates. The Ministry also coordinated with the governorates to overcome the obstacles to implementation of these projects
- Implementation of the number of 50016 housing units at a cost of 10.5 billion pounds
The Ministry of Local Development in coordination with the Engineering Authority of the Armed Forces and the provinces to implement the number of 50016 housing units at a cost of 10.5 billion pounds, including the cost of implementation and finishing of residential units with an area of about 90 square meters per unit,
The Ministry of Local Development took over the coordination with the provinces to provide the required land for implementation sites suitable for the establishment of these units and the extraction of all required licenses and exemption from licensing fees was coordinated and the location of these units and delivered to eligible
The Ministry of Local Development also contributed LE 163.1 million to connect the external electricity to the housing units that follow the governorates
- Electricity supply to the unconnected areas at a cost of LE 980 million
The Ministry of Local Development has coordinated with the Ministry of Electricity and Energy (New and Renewable Energy Authority) for the electrical feeding of areas not connected to the unified network using photovoltaic cells at a cost of LE 980 million. The implementation work was carried out through an Emirati investor
- The establishment of grain silos
The Ministry of Local Development coordinated with the Ministries of Agriculture, Supply, Internal Trade and Governorates and the Engineering Authority of the Armed Forces to implement 25 silos at a cost of LE 3.1 billion
- Implementation 78 integrated health units at a cost of LE 252 million
The Ministry of Local Development, in coordination with the Ministry of Health, prepared a file that includes the construction of 78 health units, furnishing them and connecting the internal and external facilities to the deprived areas, especially the poor villages at an estimated cost of LE 252 million.
- Construction of 100 schools at a cost of 550 million pounds
The Ministry of Local Development, in coordination with the Ministry of Education, has prepared a file that includes the construction of 100 schools, including 1668 classrooms,it was assigned to the engineering body of the armed forces
- Sewage Projects
The Ministry of Local Development in coordination with the National Authority for Drinking Water and Sanitation prepared a file that includes the implementation of 135 drainage projects in the most needy and polluted villages for the environment at a cost of LE 1.8 billion. These projects have already been contracted through the National Authority for Potable Water and Sanitation Contracting and stumbling implemented for lack of funding, has been implemented 100 number of them and entered the service at a cost of one billion pounds
- Supply of 600 buses to the Public Transport Authority of Cairo Governorate
The Ministry of Local Development in coordination with the Public Transport Authority in Cairo and the armament of the armed forces to develop the technical specifications of these buses, where the UAE has provided the number of 600 buses to the Public Transport Authority in Cairo, cost 651 million pounds
Egypt has very high rates of illiteracy and in 2016 Egypt was ranked 111 on the Human Development Index out of 193 countries.
Eradication of illiteracy through an inclusive developmental strategy whereby illiteracy levels reach normal zero-near levels.
- erasing the illiteracy over 12 million Egyptians in all governorates of Egypt in the next 3 year through introducing an inclusive cultural and developmental vision.
- Utilising all of the state’s financial, institutional and technical resources to the best of their abilities by coordinating between different entities and uniting our efforts to achieve our target.
- Designing different programs to overcome the issue, putting into consideration differences in gender, age, social backgrounds.
- Trigger cabinet degree to have all university students studying an arts major to teach 8 people how to read and write as a prerequisite for their graduation. Training of the Trainer (ToT) to the implementer/ teachers of the program.
- Develop the youth that will take part and organise the program.
- Provide incentives to the youth working on the program from each university.
GIZ- Improving public services Project (IPSP)
The Egyptian people are to gain better access to services, and be guaranteed new, customer-oriented and innovative services. On behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), GIZ is working on various approaches to this end. Local citizen service centres (CSCs) are being modernised, while service provision is being expanded in areas that were previously underserved. Here, use is being made of internet-based applications and minibuses operating as mobile service units. Citizens therefore have access to standard one-stop contact points for everyday administrative services. Working procedures and processes in administrations are also to be standardised, simplified and made transparent. Citizens will have more options for communicating and interacting with the state. For example, they will be able to establish contact via the internet, email and regular exchange forums in communities. The project is supporting training and professional development for staff in the CSCs so as to enhance their organisational and technical skills. This not only improves their service orientation but also leads to better service for citizens overall. Events, information campaigns and other channels are also used to make citizens more aware of their civic rights and duties.