UN Women and the Egyptian Red Crescent deliver humanitarian aid to women and children in Gaza
The ERC/UN Women nine-truck convoy that entered Gaza includes 7,000 kits for Palestinian women and children, including commodities to address their essential needs. Learn more
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Sara is one of the students currently enrolled in the first professional training programme in Egypt for psychosocial support and case management for service providers to address violence against women and girls. Learn more
In the words of Samia ElKhodary: “Being a part of Rabeha programme transformed me into a goal-oriented business owner.”
Eager to showcase Egypt’s rich heritage and vibrant art scene, the 32-year-old entrepreneur launched Qahrawya, a unique tourism company that offers a different perspective on the country. Learn more
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The "National Review of Gender Statistics in Egypt"

As part of the Government of Egypt’s development of the National Strategy for the Development of Statistics, a national review of gender statistics in Egypt was carried out. The report of the National Review of Gender Statistics subsequently examines three key components of gender statistics in Egypt: creating an environment that enables data collection, improving data production, and enhancing accessibility and usage. 

UN Women Egypt's Country Portfolio
UN Women Egypt’s Country Portfolio (2023 – 2027)

The UN Women Egypt Country Office’s Country Portfolio Brief gives a comprehensive overview on the main programmes implemented by UN Women during the period from 2023 to 2027 in support of the Arab Republic of Egypt’s Vision 2030 and the National Strategy for the Empowerment of Egyptian Women (NSEEW).

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