Nahdet Misr launches international vocational education academy “Ta’ahil,” invests in education through EdVentures

Tamer Farhat
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Nahdet Misr Group launched the International Vocational Education Academy “Ta’ahil” in collaboration with the government, aiming to provide high-quality vocational education that meets the needs of the labour market, Chairperson and CEO Dalia Ibrahim told Daily News Egypt.

The group currently owns 5 applied technology schools and plans to establish 25 “pre-school education” nurseries over the next two years. It also aims to expand in African markets by providing its services in the field of education.

On another note, the “EdVentures” venture capital fund demonstrates a strong commitment to supporting startups in the field of educational technology, with the market value of companies in its portfolio reaching $150m, and it aims to invest in 5 to 7 companies annually.

Ibrahim, who is also the founder of EdVentures, emphasized the importance of founders’ patience, enduring challenges, continuous learning, self-development, and acquiring skills for the success of startups.

These efforts demonstrate the commitment of both the Nahdet Misr Group and EdVentures fund to developing education in Egypt by investing in innovative educational projects and supporting startups in the field of educational technology.

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