Haya Karima trains 155 Egyptian women in villages on successful entrepreneurial skills

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CAIRO – February 1, 2022: As part of the ongoing efforts of the National Development Initiative ‘Haya Karima’ in Aswan, a series of educational training programs are being organized to empower women economically.

Under the supervision of the National Women’s Council, a training program targeted 155 women from poor villages, to elevate them in the field of setting up small projects and their role in increasing family incomes, and to ensure a stable financial source.

These trainings also covered topics such as introducing the qualities and characteristics that must be available in female entrepreneurs, which directly contribute to the success of their projects and the achievement of desired goals.

The initiative is implemented in 4 centers in the governorate of Aswan in 35 main villages, 109 sub-villages, 336 villages and Kafra, and continues in the centers of Aswan, Edfu, Kom Ombo and Nasr Al Nuba.

In the works of the electrical network, the power transformers and the cables are changed.

“Haya Karima” is a national project for the development of the Egyptian countryside. It started as an initiative launched by President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi on January 2, 2019.

It was then transformed into a national project in early 2021 with the aim of improving the conditions and quality of life of the most needy categories of rural society nationwide and contributing to advancing the level of daily services provided to citizens.

The “Haya Karima” project aims to unify the efforts of all state institutions in cooperation with civil society, private sector companies and development partners inside and outside Egypt in the field of sustainable development.

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