Reem Leila's Articles

The National Council for Women has launched this year’s 16-day campaign to combat violence against women, reports Reem Leila

Schools are being overwhelmed with the spread of a new respiratory virus which is hitting young pupils in particular, reports Reem Leila

African Women’s and Climate Change Adaptation initiative was launched during COP27.

Al-Ahram Weekly sheds light on the activities of the National Council for Women during COP27.

The Ministry of Education and Technical Education has announced that previously banned private lessons centres can reopen.

Children are expressing their awareness of the environment through art, reports Reem Leila

Reem Leila reviews new plans for the school year

Nasser Institute is being renovated into an integrated medical city with a centre for organ transplants, reports Reem Leila

A presidential health initiative seeks to stem hereditary diseases, reports Reem Leila

Al-Ahram Weekly reports on the Health Ministry’s readiness to detect and treat monkeypox.

The new Thanaweya Amma exam system has put an end to over-inflated grades, reports Reem Leila

With a high rate of failure across subjects the Ministry of Education has decided to remark grade 10 and 11 exams.

With Thanaweya Amma exams less than a week away, Al-Ahram Weekly reports on the Ministry of Education’s finishing touches.

Joint continental effort is needed to upgrade Africa’s health sector.

The minister of immigration and expatriate affairs is facing a family crisis that is putting into question her ability to continue in her post.

Efforts to curb population growth continue.

Secondary school students are bewildered by new exam guidelines.

Despite deterrents, more is needed to combat cyber blackmailing.

Egypt’s national project for blood plasma donation uses digital platforms to reach a wider audience, reports Al-Ahram Weekly

There is growing evidence that the third Covid-19 booster shot is less popular among the public than the first two doses of vaccine.

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