Last Sunday, the Decent Life Foundation signed a protocol with New Egypt International Group, which aims to boost partnerships and collaborations between the institutions representing Egyptians working and living abroad, from one side, and national institutions and projects, from the other.
The execution of this protocol with help promote digital literacy in Egypt’s countryside, spread the digital culture among different community groups, particularly the most deserving villages, and empower women.
This protocol is presumably the first one to be signed by the Decent Life Foundation and Egyptians abroad. The cooperation came under the auspices of the Minister of State for Immigration and Egyptians Abroad Affairs, Soha El-Gendy.
Regional Director of New Egypt International Group, Ghada Ali stressed that the cooperation between her group and Decent Life Foundation would play a major role in strengthening the connection between Egyptians living in the country, and Egyptians abroad.
“It will also be instrumental in the transfer of experiences from Egyptians living in other countries to their fellow countrymen inside Egypt,” Ali added.
Moreover, it will provide the needed support to development efforts on the way to establishing the New Republic, according to the director’s statement. The director is looking forward to more joint activities with the Decent Life Foundation in line with the new cooperation protocol.
Aya Omar, the Head of the Board of Trustees of Decent Life Foundation, shed light on the protocol’s role in combining all efforts towards serving the Decent Life project.