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Egypt, UNDP sign environment project worth EGP 16 million

MENA , Ahram Online , Tuesday 4 Sep 2018
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Egypt and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) have signed a new environmental project worth EGP 16 million to enhance the national potentials for a better general participation in implementing the Rio agreements.

The project, signed during a ceremony held in Cairo on Tuesday, aims at promoting Egypt's potentials to improve its general participation in implementing the Rio agreements.

Assistance will be presented through the UNDP and the Ministry of Environment and funded by the Global Environment Facility.

The program aims at supporting Egypt's efforts to abide by its commitments toward international environment agreements on protection of biological diversity, climate change and combating desertification 

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