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 development of Egyptian villages that deserve care First phase 78 villages in 26 governorates
The project is the development of Egyptian villages economically, socially and urban, which represent 57% of the population of the Arab Republic of Egypt through a series of programs, including the following activities
Improving sanitation services
Improving electricity services
Upgrading health services
Improve the quality of education
Improving social services and public services
Improving the environmental situation and dealing with solid waste
Strengthen road networks to connect villages to each other
Upgrading youth and sports services
Literacy for the age group 15 to 35 years
Raising the efficiency of veterinary units
Raising the economic level of the citizens of these villages
The project is to be implemented in time stages. The first phase includes the implementation of the project with 78 villages in 26 governorates with 3 villages in each governorate. The priorities for implementing the infrastructure projects are drinking water, sanitation, paving roads and electricity.
The feasibility of the project
To raise the social, economic, urban and health level of the citizens of the most favored villages and to facilitate the provision of basic services to them
Summary of achievements
The number of Egyptian villages is 4740 villages followed by 30 thousand Ezbet and Naga representing 57% of the population of the Arab Republic of Egypt
On 1 February 2015, the Engineering Authority of the Armed Forces was contracted to start the implementation of infrastructure projects in the villages of the first phase of 78 villages within the limits of the appropriations included in the plan of the Ministry of Local Development at a total cost of LE 1.075 billion, Million pounds contribution from the engineering body of the armed forces
Infrastructure works included 219 projects at a cost of LE 1.075 billion, as follows
Implementation of 58 drinking water projects at a cost of LE 186.7 million
Implementation of 36 sanitary drainage projects at a cost of LE 512.7 million
Implemented 62 road projects at a cost of LE 289.7 million
Implementation of 63 electricity projects at a cost of LE 85.9 million
The implementation rate was 100% of planned infrastructure projects
National Project for the Establishment of Social Justice Implementation of household sanitation links for the most-favored families in poor villages
Introduction and description of the project
The establishment of social justice and supporting and empowering the poor is one of the axes of the local development plan approved by the Prime Minister. In this context, the Ministry of Local Development has identified the needs of the governorates, villages and families most in need .... The number of Egyptian villages is 4740, Representing about 60% of the population of the Arab Republic of Egypt
Sewage service was connected to 729 villages. It was revealed through monitoring the situation with the governorates and the Holding Company for Drinking Water and Wastewater that there were 182 integrated sanitation projects which came into operation at an estimated cost of LE 10 billion. Has led to the lack of benefit from the large investments that have been spent in this regard, and the cost of the link from two thousand to three thousand pounds
The program of implementation of final links to sanitation as one of the programs of the Ministry of Local Development has been formulated to consolidate the social justice to support and empower the most needy citizens this year. The first phase of this program benefits 1.9 million citizens and all 312,779 families served by the program this year. In 182 villages at a cost of 909 million pounds in 17 governorates
The operational position of the project
Coordination with the Holding Company for Drinking Water and Sanitation of the Ministry of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities and the Central Bank of Egypt to cooperate in the implementation of household drainage links for the most needy families in the poor villages through revolving loan so that the implementation period for each village is not more than 4 months
The Ministry of Local Development allocated LE 250 million for the first tranche to start implementing these links
On 15 May 2017, an agreement was signed with the Holding Company for Drinking Water and Wastewater to implement the first tranche of the project in the villages. The required amount of LE 250 million was made available to the Ministry of Local Development at the Central Bank of Egypt
It was agreed with the Holding Company for Drinking Water and Sanitation to collect the work of implementation of household sanitary drainage connections from the participants in installments with the knowledge and not more than 20 pounds monthly premium for each participant. The amounts collected are included in the account of the social justice consolidation program at the Central Bank. It is used in the implementation of home sanitary drainage connections for the most favored families in the remaining villages
An account has been opened at the Central Bank of Egypt and deposited LE 250 million. The account will be used within the revolving fund concept. It will finance the projects within the limits of what is approved. Upon completion of the project, one of the banks will enter to finance the full value of the project. And the Bank
The Prime Minister agreed that the benefit to the consumer should be within 5% only
It was agreed that the implementation of the first phase of the project within six months from January 2018 and ending at the end of June 2018 according to the planned time program
It was agreed that the drainage of the Holding Company for Drinking Water and Wastewater will be based on an implementation plan submitted by the Holding Company for Drinking Water and Sanitation to the Ministry of Local Development. Gentlemen from both
Governor of the Central Bank
Minister of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities
Minister of Finance
Minister of Local Development
Minister of Planning, Follow-up and Administrative Reform
Chairman of the Holding Company for Water and Wastewater
This committee is specialized in the following
Approving public policies according to development gaps
Adoption of plans and time programs
Ratify the establishment and development of the revolving fund account for the establishment of social justice
Budget and financial flows for programs and projects
The programs of social justice will be gradually expanded in coordination with other ministries and governorates
carrying out of industrial works on the most dangerous railways of bridges / tunnels to preserve the lives of citizens and solve traffic jams
The project is the implementation of 17 bridges for cars, 1 tunnel for cars and 17 pedestrian bridges, 1 pedestrian tunnel on the 15 most dangerous railway crossings at a total cost of LE 2,753 billion funded under the plan of the Ministry of Local Development
The feasibility of the project
Preserving the lives of citizens in the area of crossing the most dangerous railway tracks to avoid special accidents during the crossing of pedestrians and cars in the range of these crossings
Solve the traffic jams in the railway gliders area and not wait for the closure of the crossings to allow passage of pedestrians and cars
Ease and speed of access of citizens to their workplaces and their homes
The ease and speed of transporting agricultural produce and goods from production sites to distribution sites
Reduce fuel consumption for vehicles
Summary of achievements
Through the Ministry of Local Development was funded the implementation of industrial work on the number of 15 crossings with the number of 10 provinces, which are the most dangerous crossings on the Egyptian railways in the provinces
Industrial works included the implementation of 17 motorbikes, 1 car tunnel, 17 pedestrian bridges, 1 pedestrian tunnel
The total cost of these works amounted to LE 2,753 billion, which was fully funded through the Ministry of Local Development and was made available to the Armed Forces Engineering Authority
All these works have been implemented and opened through the President of the Republic and operated in front of the movement of cars and pedestrians
The implementation of this work contributed to the prevention of car accidents and pedestrians on these slums and to resolve traffic congestion in these areas and to reduce the time of arrival of agricultural crops and goods
The operational position of the projects
All projects have been completed and delivered to the provinces to run
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