The countryside upgrade project aims to improve the quality of life of the Egyptian citizens and the Egyptian families
resident Abdel Fattah El Sisi has called for the completion of all aspects of the national project for family development which aims at elevating the quality of all social, health and cultural dimensions of family life nationwide.
The President’s directives to this effect came during a meeting he called Monday with Prime Minister Moustafa Madbouli and the Cabinet ministers of planning and economic development, health and social solidarity, Presidency Spokesman Ambassador Bassam Radi said. The presidential advisor on health affairs, the chairwoman of the Higher Council for Women and the head of the Planning Ministry’s Demographic Centre attended the meeting.
Reviewing the progress of action to implement the national project for family development was the topic for consideration at the meeting, the President spokesman said.
The presidential directives during the meeting called for the government to deal with the societal issues pertaining to family development in the light of the country’s actual social and cultural attributes so as to provide the elements of success for the efforts made by the state to achieve family development, spokesman Radi said.
In this context, the President directed the government to finalise all aspects of the national project for family development, including through benefiting from the efforts now under way by all state apparatuses within the framework of the national project for upgrading the Egyptian countryside with all its villages.
The presidential directives followed presentations given by the participants in the meeting on various axes of the strategic framework of national project for family development, spokesman Radi said. The presentations, he added, stressed that the project aims to elevate the quality of life for the individual as well as for families and that the project would cover all parts of the country.
Reference was also made in these presentations to the project’s multiple social, cultural, demographic and health dimensions that include the economic empowerment of women and raising the efficiency and expanding the tasks of family development and health care centres.