Egypt’s Prime Minister (PM) Moustafa Madbouli will inspect on Monday ‘Hayah Karima’ (A Decent Life) initiative’s ongoing projects in the Qalyubia governorate.
Madbouli will be accompanied by a number of ministers.
Earlier, President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi affirmed that the presidential initiative comes under the umbrella of Egypt’s Vision 2030 as it aims to develop all aspects of life in the countryside and achieve stability of citizens.
It is worth mentioning that, Decent Life initiative makes the Egyptian countryside attractive for investments such as the establishment of storage warehouses.
The packaging of agricultural products leads to lowering their cost, as they are currently transported to warehouses outside the villages and redistributed again to the governorates, causing their prices to rise.
The first phase of the initiative – which kicked off in July 2019 until the end of 2020 – included 143 villages in 46 centres in about 11 governorates, bringing the number of beneficiaries to 1.8 million.
Assessing the impact of the initiative on achieving the sustainable development goals, the Ministry’s report said that “A Decent Life” was able to achieve several achievements in terms of the third, fourth, sixth, eighth, and eleventh goals.