The economic reforms allowed to achieve good results despite the Covid-19 pandemic, Madbouly said during the presentation of the UNDP report on human development in Egypt in 2021, after a decade-long hiatus.
The official stressed that the text of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) indicates the capacity of the Egyptian state to overcome crises.
‘These plans are aimed at generating employment for our young people, as well as improving the standard of living of citizens and the services that are provided,’ said the official at a ceremony in the New Administrative Capital, about 45 kilometers from Cairo.
UNDP Administrator Achim Steiner praised Egypt’s progress in health, education and housing in a speech delivered during the event.
President Abdel Fattah El Sisi presented last Saturday the National Human Rights Strategy, based on four main axes: economic, social and cultural rights; of women, children, the elderly and people with disabilities; civil and political, and lastly education and capacity building in this area.
The proposal was expressed in a document that stipulates a set of government commitments to improve socioeconomic, cultural and political rights in the country over the next five years.