Mai Samih's Articles

A new vocational training facility aims at creating more than 3,000 jobs, reports Mai Samih

The hearing-impaired are set to receive renewed attention.

The second phase of an initiative targeted at the elderly has been launched.

Aiming at lowering the risk of Egyptian females getting cervical and breast cancer, a new campaign will examine women in nine governorates.

The Ministry of Social Solidarity wants to expand the number of individuals with disabilities benefiting from its Integrated Services Card, reports Mai Samih

The Waai social solidarity campaign has been visiting Port Said to raise awareness about family issues.

Thousands of years before cookbooks were written elsewhere in the world, the ancient Egyptians were documenting recipes on the walls of tombs, like the one found in the tomb of Rekhmi Ra, a minister, that depicted the stages of preparing tiger nut cake.

According to modern Egyptologists, women in ancient Egypt had many rights and privileges, writes Mai Samih

Meat prices have been rising sharply in the run-up to the Eid Al-Adha holiday.

Nevine El-Qabbaj, Minister of Social Solidarity, introduced Itqadem, the first Arabic-language digital educational platform in Egypt and the Arab world, designed to assist individuals with autism and disabilities. Advance is the English translation of the platform's name.

Egyptian miniaturist Abeer Saadeddin blends the art of miniature making with Egypt’s rural and other traditions, writes Mai Samih

Egypt and the European Union signed a grant agreement worth 40 million euros to enhance food security efforts in Egypt, implemented by the Italian Agency of Development Cooperation (IADC), a statement by the Ministry of International Cooperation said on Thursday.

Boosting agricultural exports was the main theme of last week’s Food Summit in Cairo.

A new health programme promoting family planning has been launched.

Experts are seeing more and more opportunities to develop Egypt’s leather products industry

Al-ahram Weekly visits the Beit Yakan in Historic Cairo that is hosting a project to rejuvenate traditional carpentry in Egypt with Japanese assistance.

Egypt's Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation, in cooperation with the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE), has secured over the past week the release from ports of 135,000 tons of corn and soy fodder with an estimated value of $91 million.

The first manufacturing facility for solar thermal collectors in Egypt and the Middle East has come to life after a German grant, reports Mai Samih

Al-Ahram Weekly sheds light on plans to renovate Egypt’s oldest zoo

As the price of the precious metal continues to rise, a new initiative is calling for marriages without the traditional gift of gold to brides.

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