Egypt envisions accelerated economic and social development as a strategic objective, based on which a qualitative shift in the local development of each village and city can take place. The respective roadmap is designed to promote acceleration of economic growth, consolidation of social justice, social empowerment, especially of the poor, youth and women, and the building of the knowledge society.
Consolidation of social justice
The program works to consolidate social justice in the villages and governorates. Where the government and people of Egypt have lived and lived on the principles and values of human and social justice. Throughout history, development gaps have occurred as a result of lack of data, centralization, limited resources and planning and bureaucratic problems.
To reach out for an economy based on improving social welfare and equity while minimizing environmental risks and dealing with lack of resources, sustainable development is the process of changing and exploiting resources to meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
Knowledge Societies and Smart Cities
In today’s age of knowledge, countries are competing to make information more readily available and accessible to the public. In the 1990s Egypt was one of the first developing countries to enter the information age by developing more than 900 national projects and 1300 information and decision support centers in governorates, cities and villages.
Productive Village, Exporting Governorate
Achieving a shift in the paradigm of Egypt is built upon transforming society from consumption to production, from import to export, from unemployment to productivity. This requires a change in the framework, curriculams, programs and plans in order transform Egyptian villages from consumers to producers and transform the governorates from importing to exporting.