During the Water Investment Forum, held as a collaborative effort between Egypt and the European Union, Egypt’s Minister of International Cooperation, Rania Al-Mashat, said the country plans to establish clean water projects worth $4.741 billion, reports Egypt Today.
The Ministry of International Cooperation plans to provide 30 projects for water security, which represent 19.5% of the total official development aid portfolio, including 9 projects for the Ministry of Irrigation, and 21 projects for the Ministry of Housing.
Al-Mashat, during her participation in the Forum, highlighted Egypt’s dedication to strengthening international partnerships with both multilateral and bilateral development partners in the water sector.
Rania Al-Mashat also emphasized the launch of Egypt's National Strategy for Sustainable Development, known as Egypt Vision 2030, as well as the National Strategy for Climate Change 2050. These initiatives aim to enhance investments in the water sector.