Support is limited to only two children for each family … whether in catering, solidarity or dignity


Prime Minister Dr. Mustafa Madbouly held a meeting to discuss and follow up all the efforts made by the state towards family planning, where Madbouly stressed that the issue of population growth in Egypt is the biggest challenge, and the Prime Minister stressed that it is a national security issue.

Dr. Mustafa Madbouly highlighted that the state is currently taking support measures, so that support is limited to only two children per family, and this will apply to newborns, not current beneficiaries of support, provided that this is done through the catering and social care project “Takaful and Karama” , In order to cope with the overpopulation.

The Prime Minister continued, saying that the issue of limiting the population increase is very important, and all state agencies are responsible for it, therefore all efforts must be combined to raise societal awareness regarding the issue of population growth and its importance.

Madbouli called for intensive campaigns to raise awareness, targeting that cities and centers with the highest fertility rates should be targeted, indicating that the country is launching a program to reduce population growth and family planning.

Prime Minister talk about the current state of the Egyptian economy:

The Prime Minister said that the Egyptian economy in the current period is going very well, despite the slowdown and decline of the global economy, and the country is striving to preserve what has been achieved, in addition to building a strong modern state.

It is reported that the attendees of the meeting were the Minister of International Cooperation Dr. Rania Al-Mashat, Dr. Hala Zayed, Minister of Health and Population, in addition to the Deputy Minister of Health for Population Affairs Dr. Tariq Tawfiq, as well as the Minister of Social Solidarity Dr. Nevin Al-Kabbaj, in addition to the head of the family planning sector Dr. Sahar Al-Sanbati.

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