During the international conference on women’s empowerment held in Baku, Mona Abdalla Mohamed Salem, the manager of the Egyptian National Council for Women’s Affairs international cooperation department, shed light on the remarkable progress that Egypt has made in women’s rights in recent years. She mentioned that there have been significant positive changes towards gender equality and women’s rights in Egypt.
Currently, women constitute around 25% of the employees in various government institutions. The percentage of women employees is even higher in non-governmental organizations, which is around 40%. In addition, women play a crucial role in the country’s healthcare, digitalization, and electronicization sectors. Furthermore, the country is actively working towards the elimination of all forms of violence against women.