Hala Al-Saeed: Egypt works on supporting and empowering women in national projects
Dr. Hala Al-Saeed, Minister of Planning, said that the celebration of the National Initiative for the Empowerment of Girls “Dawi” crowns the fruitful cooperation, serious national work, and tireless effort contributed by many state institutions, led by the National Council for Women (NCW) and the National Council for Childhood and Motherhood with a number of international development partners, including the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF).
This initiative was launched under the generous patronage of the President’s wife, Mrs. Entissar Al-Sisi; all the institutional efforts made by the state to empower women highlighted the importance of investing in girls from birth so they can contribute to establishing a more equal and just environment.
The Minister of Planning added, during her speech at the ceremony, that the national initiative for the empowerment of girls “Dawy” aims to create a community of people and institutions that support girls to achieve their full potential and change the way society views girls, in a way that befits the status enjoyed by Egyptian women. society, which is currently witnessing its golden age.
The celebration of the National Initiative for the Empowerment of Girls “Dawy” comes under the auspices of the first lady, Mrs. Entissar Al-Sisi, within the framework of the National Project for the Development of the Egyptian Family, in the presence of a number of officials and representatives of United Nations organizations and the European Union and Jeremy Hopkins – representative of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in Egypt.