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Egypt is keen on documenting state of human development: El-Said

The minister remarks came during the launching ceremony of the UN report on human development in Egypt for the year 2021 on Tuesday

MENA , Tuesday 14 Sep 2021
Planning
Egypt's Minster of Planning
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Minister of Planning and Economic Development Hala El-Said said on Tuesday that Egypt was one of the first countries that was keen on documenting the state of human development.

She added in her speech at a launching ceremony of the UN report on human development in Egypt for the year 2021 that Egypt has issued 11 reports on human development since 1994 until the year 2010.

The aim of issuing such reports is enhancing national capabilities and analyzing data about human development, she added.

The ceremony was attended by President Abdel Fattah El Sisi and and a number of ministers and state officials and was held in the New Administrative Capital.

El-Said said in her speech that the keyword in today's celebration is partnership.

Partnership has been maintained through full and close development cooperation with the United Nations Development Program, she added.

She pointed out that the report reflects the ability of the Egyptian State to collect data about human development as it includes all files related to the state of human development in the country.

El-Said said that the strategic goal of the Egyptian State was to improve the living conditions of citizens.

The State is working to provide all potentials and resources for expanding public investments that increased seven times since 2014 until this year, she pointed out.

The presidential "Decent Life" initiative for implementing the national project of developing the rural areas in Egypt is aimed at improving the living conditions of Egypt, she added.

 

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