The projects that fall in the country’s sustainable development goals covered the following sectors: education, health, housing, electricity, transportation, irrigation, and local development.
Regarding the state’s efforts to achieve the second goal of the sustainable development goals “Eliminate hunger, provide food security and improved nutrition, and promote sustainable agriculture,” the Ministry’s report indicated that 24 projects in the water resources and irrigation sector had been completed, at a cost of EGP 196 million.
As for the third goal, “Ensuring a healthy life and promoting well-being for all at all ages”, the report indicated that the establishment of 16 projects at a cost of EGP 567 million.
Moving to the fourth goal of the sustainable development goals “Ensure a quality education that is equitable and inclusive and enhances learning opportunities throughout life for all”, the report indicated that 93 projects were completed at a cost of EGP 474 million, resulting in the creation, replacement and renewal of 1,352 classrooms, pointing to the number of completed projects.
With regard to the ninth goal of the sustainable development goals “Establishing resilient infrastructure, stimulating inclusive sustainable industrialization, and encouraging innovation”, the report indicated that 215 projects were completed worth EGP 347 million.
In the same context, and with regard to the eleventh goal of making cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable, the government completed 96 projects worth EGP 184 million.
Regarding the thirteenth goal of the sustainable development goals “Take urgent measures to combat climate change and its impacts”, 37 projects to improve the environment, at a cost of EGP 50 million, have been completed.