Dr. Hala Al-Saeed, Minister of Planning and Economic Development, confirmed that Egypt needs 20 billion dollars to achieve the goals of sustainable development by 2030.
In a speech delivered on her behalf by Sherif Daoud, Deputy Minister of Planning to the Seventh African Regional Forum for Sustainable Development, currently in Congo Brazzaville, the Minister said via video conference that since 2016, Egypt has integrated the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 2030 and the African Union Agenda 2063 in its national development plans. Sustainable implementation being implemented in various sectors and governorates.
She added that Egypt is keen to conduct an annual evaluation of the extent of its implementation of the sustainable development goals in various sectors, to assess what it has achieved and work to overcome difficulties and accelerate the implementation of measures aimed at achieving these goals, by providing accurate data that serve decision-makers in various sectors.
She pointed out that Egypt has set standards for environmental sustainability that it seeks to achieve so that all economic activities respect environmental requirements, pointing out that 15% of the projects currently taking place are green projects that respect environmental obligations and sustainability, and the state seeks to double green projects by next year.
The article: Minister of Planning: Egypt needs 20 billion dollars to achieve the goals of sustainable development by 2030, it was written in Al-Borsa newspaper.