“Story of A Homeland” Egyptian Book Documenting Achievements Over 9 Years

by Marwa Mostafa

Over the past nine years, the Egyptian government, led by President Abdel Fattah El Sisi, accomplished tremendous achievements despite the severe economic and financial challenges; that’s why the Egyptian cabinet issued a 307-page book titled “Story of A Homeland,” documenting these achievements that aimed to build a modern state through launching a bunch of national megaprojects that provide job opportunities for millions of youths and reducing unemployment rates.

The release of the book coincides with the “Story of a Homeland: Between Vision and Achievement” conference that kicked off on Saturday and continues until October 2 at the Al-Massa Hotel in the New Capital, under the patronage and presence of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, as well as a large number of representatives of Egyptian society with its various sectors, experts, and specialists in multiple fields. The conference comes after declaring the timetable of the 2024 presidential election that is due to convene on December 10, 11, and 12 domestically, and ahead of the end of President Abdel Fattah El Sisi’s tenure on April 1, 2023, according to the “State Information Service” website.

The book reviewed the state’s achievement over this period, depending on five main topics. The first is human development, which includes sectors of health care, fundamental and technical education, higher education, scientific research, culture and arts, and women’s empowerment.

The second topic focuses on economic development, including investment, industrial action, trade, agriculture, land reclamation, petroleum and mineral wealth, tourism, and antiquities.

Community development is the third topic, which addresses the sectors of youth care, sports, social solidarity, supply and internal trade, justice and security, tolerance, and coexistence.

Meanwhile, spatial development is the fourth main topic and includes sectors of housing and urban communities, slum development, water resources, irrigation, and the environment.

The fifth main topic focuses on facilities and networks, which include the sectors of roads, transportation, communications and information technology, electricity, energy, drinking water, and sanitation.

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