The work aims to activate the comprehensive national program for the development of the Egyptian countryside, within the new phase of the presidential initiative good life, AndThis is in 51 administrative centers that include about 1,400 villages in 20 governorates during the coming period, and this comes to complement the development plans, improve the Egyptian citizen’s livelihood, improve basic services and increase job opportunities.
Development projects work in the areas of village infrastructure and hamlets, drinking water, sanitation, roads, electricity, gas and telecommunications, providing decent housing for the simple, from restoring roofs to building houses entirely, and the initiative focused on garbage collection projects and exploring how to recycle it. Otherwise, a report of the Ministry of Social Solidarity revealed Interventions in the target villages of the initiative ” good life ” Many activities are aimed at raising the citizen’s awareness and community life, including working on family planning and addressing the overpopulation.
The Ministry of Social Solidarity is implementing the Kifaya 2 project, which aims to educate one million and 148 thousand women benefiting from the “Takaful” program under the age of forty, by organizing home visits campaigns to educate families about the dangers of the housing increase, and to provide family planning services, in order to complete the achievement of the project’s objectives In addition to direct contact with women benefiting from the “Takaful” program, in order to not only make them aware of the danger of population growth, but the project extends to provide all services related to family planning through clinics established in cooperation with NGOs to provide family planning methods for women free of charge.
As part of the Decent Life initiative, “2 enough” clinics will be established to complement the health units’ services in the countryside. Reproductive health clinics will be equipped within the local community development associations, and family planning methods will be provided free of charge by the Ministry of Health, as well as training doctors.