National Training Academy launches first training programme of its kind for Egyptian women abroad

Sarah El-Sheikh
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National Training Academy launches first training programme of its kind for Egyptian women abroad

The National Training Academy announced the launch of a first-of-its-kind training programme for Egyptian women abroad under the auspices of the Ministry of Planning and Economic Development and in cooperation with the Ministry of Expatriate Affairs.

The programme offers training packages for Egyptian women abroad to qualify them for leadership and management roles and informs them of all the developments of the Egyptian state.

Executive Director of the National Training Academy Rasha Ragheb said that the Egyptian state pays great attention and great care to Egyptian women, as for the first time in the history of Egypt, women are well- represented in the state’s administrative apparatus, the House of Representatives and the Senate, and many other leadership positions.

She also expressed her confidence that this would be a pioneering training programme that the academy will be proud to implement.

For her part, Minister of Expatriate Affairs Nabila Makram said: “It has always been a policy that governs us to pay real and scientific attention to empowering Egyptian women at home and abroad… to be a point of convergence that creates a real channel for the inclusion and integration of Egyptian women abroad in special development plans.”

“We are pleased to launch this programme to train Egyptian women abroad to include every Egyptian girl and woman outside Egypt,” Minister of Planning and Economic Development Hala El-Said said, adding that the programme comes within the framework of the Egyptian state and political leadership’s keenness to promote sustainable and comprehensive development plans, which include empowering Egyptian girls and women economically, politically, and administratively through advanced training and ensuring equal opportunities to assume leadership roles in various development fields.

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