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How far is the current school year affected by the second wave of the coronavirus

An initiative targeting the early detection of kidney diseases could save millions

Egypt will be an early recipient of any approved Covid-19 vaccine, reports Reem Leila

Health officials continue to call for precautionary measures as optimism grows over a coronavirus vaccine

More private universities are providing a relatively higher quality of education

Women representation in the current parliamentary elections is the highest in Egypt’s history

The number of Covid-19 infections in Egypt is increasing after a period of relative calm

The 2020-21 academic year kicked off on 17 October for one million teachers and more than 24 million students in 60,000 schools, reports Reem Leila

A Covid-19 webinar highlights the urgent need to adopt personalised healthcare solutions in the Middle East

The new universal health insurance system will soon be rolled out in Luxor

Al-Ahram Weekly reports on a new initiative to boost youth’s digital skills

Egypt is recruiting volunteers to take part in the clinical trials for a Covid-19 vaccine

It’s back to school, but with a difference. Ahram Weekly reports on the rules the Ministry of Education has put in place to ensure classrooms are safe

The Ministry of Education is expanding the digital availability of lessons

Though a second wave of Covid-19 has not reached Egypt, the government says is ready

International schools in Egypt are starting the academic year in classrooms at a time when many people say they shouldn’t

Students angered by the grading of their IGCSEs may find some respite in the exam board’s re-evaluation of the results

The announcement of Thanaweya Amma grades brings to a close an unprecedented academic year, reports Reem Leila

Reem Leila interviews head of the National Council for Women Maya Morsy about efforts to combat sexual harrassment

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