Dr. Hala Al-Saeed, Minister of Planning and Economic Development, discussed with Dr. Salem bin Muhammad Al-Malik, Director-General of the Islamic World Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO), cooperation between the two sides in the field of entrepreneurship through the Rowad 2030 project, the areas of training and rehabilitation, and cooperation in youth and women’s rehabilitation programs , provided by the Ministry through its affiliates, especially the National Institute for Government and Sustainable Development.
Al-Saeed said – in statements during her meeting with the owner today – that Egypt has strong and active relations with ISESCO in several fields, and the Ministry of Planning welcomes cooperation with the organization in all fields, especially entrepreneurship, especially since the ministry has the Rowad 2030 project, which is interested in stimulating and enriching the culture of Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
Al-Saeed added that the project offers specialized rehabilitation programs in cooperation with major local and international universities, to link knowledge applications and innovation outputs with national goals and challenges, which contributed to its inclusion as one of the best practices in the United Nations programs around the world in achieving sustainable development. sustainable development.
Al-Saeed added that the ministry is ready to transfer its experience in this project to all the member states of the organization, and to implement and launch the “One Million Entrepreneurs” campaign for the member states of the organization, and to make it available in four languages: Arabic, English, French and sign language, expressing the ministry’s welcome to cooperate with the organization in implementing a number of The training programs provided by the Ministry’s agencies, including the programs of the National Institute for Government and Sustainable Development, including training women in leadership and training youth on sustainable development concepts.
For his part, Dr. Salem bin Muhammad Al-Malik, Director-General of the Islamic World Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO), praised the efforts made by the Ministry of Planning in the field of training and capacity-building for youth, and the initiatives it launched, and its successes were not limited to Egypt only, but extended its radiance to shine The names of a number of African countries, expressing the organization’s readiness to cooperate with the Ministry in the field of entrepreneurship and spreading its culture in the member states.
Al-Malik affirmed that ISESCO’s vision and work strategy attaches great importance to building the capacities of youth and women and encouraging them to become entrepreneurs, and that the organization, in cooperation with a number of donor institutions, has achieved great success in supporting this field in a number of African countries and spreading a culture of innovation in the countries of the Islamic world.
The article, the Minister of Planning, stresses the importance of cooperation with ISESCO in the field of entrepreneurship. It was written in Al Borsa newspaper.