Minister of Social Solidarity, Dr. Neveen Al-Kabbaj,  and Major General Ahmed Al-Awadi, First Vice President of the Homeland Protectors Party, and Chairman of the Defense and National Security Committee in the House of Representatives, witnessed the signing of a cooperation protocol between the ministry and the Homeland Protectors Party, within the framework of cooperation between the two sides under the umbrella of protection and social care and the provision of a decent life to the citizens.

Al-Kabbaj welcomed the cooperation with the Homeland Protectors Party and the efforts made by the party to serve society at various levels in terms of integrated development. She noted that the political leadership directed attention to economic empowerment and the localization of the Egyptian industry.

The Minister added that this protocol comes to support the bonds of cooperation between the two sides to provide more decent life and establish Awareness mechanisms for many files and enhance the spirit of citizenship.

She indicated that the protocol aims at the cooperation and coordination between the two sides to provide a decent life for the Egyptian citizen through training and qualifying breadwinner women and youth for the labor market and educationally.

Moreover, it focuses on supporting handicrafts and heritage, training women and girls on all crafts through the craft centers of the Homeland Protectors Party, and ensuring the quality of the product, in addition to fruitful cooperation in all governorates under the auspices of the presidential initiative “A Decent Life,” as well as the participation of the Homeland Protectors Party in the programs and initiatives of the Ministry Social solidarity in implementation of the decent life initiative.

The Ministry of Social Solidarity, Assistant Minister of Social Solidarity for Civil Work Institutions, Ayman Abdel Mawgoud, and Major General Tariq Naseer, Secretary General of the Homeland Protectors Party, collectively signed the protocol.

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