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Planning: a cooperation agreement with Alexandria University to spread entrepreneurship among young people


The Rowad 2030 Project of the Ministry of Planning and Economic Development signed a cooperation agreement with the University of Alexandria on spreading the culture of entrepreneurship and supporting the idea of ​​self-employment among young people. The protocol was signed by Dr. Ghada Khalil, Director of the Rowad 2030 Project, and Dr. Abdel Aziz Kansowa, President of Alexandria University.

 

Dr. Hala Al-Saeed, Minister of Planning and Economic Development, said that the protocol aims to allocate a number of scholarships to Alexandria University students on the One Million Entrepreneurs platform, which aims to qualify one million entrepreneurs by 2030 within the framework of the sustainable development strategy. Egypt Vision 2030.

 

 For her part, Dr. Ghada Khalil, Director of the Rowad 2030 Project, indicated that Alexandria University is a key partner in spreading the idea of ​​self-employment among young people, and the Rowad 2030 project aims primarily to stimulate the spirit of innovation and spread the culture of self-employment and entrepreneurship among all sects of society, especially the youth who represent The main pillar for achieving the hopes and aspirations of the state, explaining that the project identifies activities that help establish an integrated system of innovation, through a number of events, including organizing workshops and training courses to qualify students and youth in various fields of work.

 

Khalil added that the protocol includes the nomination of 4 faculty members in the Incubators and Accelerators Management Program, which was launched by the project in cooperation with the American University in Cairo, in accordance with international principles and standards.

 

Dr. Abdel Aziz Konsowa, President of Alexandria University, praised the Rowad 2030 project, which aims to stimulate and enrich the culture of innovation and entrepreneurship in Egypt.

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