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Seven Local Startups to Represent Egypt in Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) 2019

The annual GES conference brings together top entrepreneurs, investors, thought leaders, corporate partners, and policy makers

Seven Egyptian startups have been selected to represent the country in the 2019 Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) in The Hague, Netherlands, June 3-5. While in the Netherlands, representatives of the seven firms will have opportunities to network with over 1,000 other entrepreneurs and over 300 investors from around the world.…

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U.S. Women Soccer Stars Lead Coaching Workshop for Egyptian Players and Coaches

The workshop will focus on the important role coaches have in empowering young women on and off the field

U.S. Women’s Soccer stars Linda Hamilton and Tiffany Marie Roberts will lead a coaching workshop for female players and their coaches from the Egyptian women’s Premiere League teams, May 12-16. Hamilton and Roberts are joined by retired U.S. Men’s soccer star Jeffery Alan Agoos. The three Americans are visiting Egypt…

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Earth Day 2019: Protecting Our Species

The U.S. Embassy in Cairo commends the Egyptian public and private sectors as well as civil society for their efforts to “Protect Our Species”

The U.S. Embassy in Cairo marked Earth Day 2019 on April 22 by highlighting the need to “Protect Our Species” with friends of Egypt’s environment at the Maadi Public Library. The program raised awareness of the dangers faced by all species through presentations on Egypt’s biodiversity, the Migratory Soaring Birds Project,…

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U.S. Embassy supports University linkages between Egypt and America

The delegates from selected U.S. universities will meet with Egyptian government and university officials from both public and private universities

Continuing its ongoing support to Egypt’s educational sector, the U.S. Embassy, in partnership with the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research and AMIDEAST, welcomes to Egypt this week a delegation of senior university administrators from the United States.  This visit is connecting American universities to the Ministry’s efforts to…

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President Donald J. Trump Remains Commited to Egypt and Middle East Stability

The United States and Egypt have a strong relationship with many security and economic implications

“It’s a great honor to be with President El-Sisi, a friend—a great friend—of Egypt. And we have very special things happening. Our relationship has never been stronger. And we’re working with Egypt on many different fronts, including military and trade.” – President Donald J. Trump A STRATEGIC AND POWERFUL PARTNERSHIP: The…

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U.S. and Egypt Hold 31st Military Cooperation Committee Meeting

The U.S. and Egypt remain committed to a strong bilateral relationship built on common interests and mutual respect

Senior delegations from the United States and the Arab Republic of Egypt met March 20-22 in Washington, D.C., for the 31st meeting of the Military Cooperation Committee (MCC). The MCC is the premier bilateral defense forum for coordinating defense cooperation, identifying shared security objectives, and consulting on a wide array…

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USAID Administrator Launches Centers of Excellence to Link Egyptian and U.S. Universities

The Centers, a $90 million investment by the American people, aim to create lasting partnerships between Egyptian public universities and prominent U.S. universities

During his visit to Egypt this week, Administrator for the United States Agency for International Development Mark Green launched three Centers of Excellence at an inaugural event hosted by Ain Shams University. The Centers, a $90 million investment by the American people, aim to create lasting partnerships between Egyptian public…

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USAID Administrator Kicks Off Farm Productivity Project in Upper Egypt

The “Feed the Future” project helps farmers in Upper Egypt become more self-reliant and grow marketable crops for export that meet international standards

During his visit to Egypt, United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Administrator Mark Green launched a $37 million project to enhance productivity across Egypt’s entire agricultural value chain, beginning on the farm and extending to when products reach consumers. The “Feed the Future” project helps farmers in Upper Egypt…

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USAID Administrator Celebrates Kom Ombo Temple Project

Over the past 25 years, USAID has provided more than $100 million to preserve, restore, and protect cultural heritage sites throughout Egypt

United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Administrator Mark Green and Chargé d’Affaires Thomas H. Goldberger joined the Minister of Antiquities Dr. Khaled El-Anany and Aswan Governor General Ahmed Ibrahim in celebrating the completion of a groundwater lowering system at Kom Ombo Temple. “Rising groundwater is a threat to ancient…

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USAID Administrator Mark Green’s visit to Egypt

Administrator Green met with Prime Minister Moustafa Madbouly to affirm 40 years of cooperation between USAID and Egypt

Administrator Mark Green met on March 24 in Egypt with USAID partners from civil society, entrepreneurs, representatives from religious communities, and Government of Egypt leaders. First, Administrator Green met with USAID implementing partners representing civil society to discuss their perspectives on challenges and opportunities for non-governmental organizations (NGO) in Egypt…