Egypt to expand social protection networks

06 Oct 2016

(MENAFN) Egypt aims to increase the application of social protection networks through offering social safety programs for the neediest groups.

Additionally, the prime minister took measures to help those with low-income by establishing a committee of ministers, including the ministers of planning and finance.

Meanwhile, the government launched lending programs to children whose families benefit from the Dignity and Solidarity Program.

The subsidy is worth almost EGP325 per month, EGP 60 for primary schools students, EGP 80 pounds for middle school students and EGP100 for secondary students.

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