In February 2011, Egyptian President Mubarak resigned, and Egypt is in a fluid situation due to its transition towards democratization. Behind this change in administration were factors such as a high unemployment rate among the young and the problem of soaring food prices for the poor. It has been pointed out that despite favorable macroeconomic growth, there were many who have not shared in the benefits of development. JICA is providing assistance in formulating and implementing a national development master plan toward the realization of a fair government and administration operation, development of human resources, job creation and industrial development. Through the Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology and other institutions, JICA also provides assistance for industrial human resource development, and socioeconomic infrastructure such as the Greater Cairo Metro Line No.4 Phase 1 Project Also, using the experience and expertise cultivated through cooperation with Japan, Egypt is providing training within its borders for nearby countries in the Middle East and Africa.
|April 13, 2017||Publications|
|December 21, 2016||JICA Contributes to "Egypt Census 2016" with 450 tablets for quality control|
|December 15, 2016||JICA Recognition Award to Ambassador Aboulnaga|
|September 28, 2016||Activities in Egypt|
|July 6, 2016||The Renowned Japanese expert Mr. Tsuboi gives lectures on "Upland Rice Cultivation in Africa"|