Egypt's Ministry of Planning and Economic Development reviewed Egypt's performance in the "SDGs Index for the Arab Region for 2022" report, in its second edition, which provides data on the performance of 22 Arab countries towards achieving sustainable development goals.
The latest report reviewed the average performance of Egypt in achieving the global goals, pointing to the goals that Egypt came close to achieving, recording an average performance of more than 90%, which was represented in the thirteenth goal related to climate action.
According to the latest report, the Minister of Planning and Economic Development Hala El-Said indicated that Egypt achieved a good average performance of close to 80%, which included the first goal of eradicating poverty.
In the same connection, El-Said pointed out that Egypt is keen to achieve sustainable development goals and takes all efforts that contribute to achieving this.
She also referred to Egypt's efforts to maintain its advanced position among the Arab countries and North Africa.
Concerning Egypt's performance in the index of sustainable development goals and Egypt's position at the level of the Arab region, El-Said indicated that the total score that Egypt obtained reached 63.6 points.