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The National Governance Day launches the activities of the third batch of the Women Leaders Qualification Program


Today, the National Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development, the training arm of the Ministry of Planning and Economic Development, launched the activities of the third batch of the Women Leaders Qualification Program, in cooperation with the National Council for Women, for 150 young women leaders in the governorates of Tanta, Mansoura, Damanhour, Damietta, and Cairo.

 

Dr. Hala Al-Saeed, Minister of Planning and Economic Development, and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the National Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development pointed out that the Women Leaders Qualification Program comes within the framework of the political leadership’s interest in empowering women, and aims to enrich the technical and specialized skills of promising women leaders in the Egyptian government and prepare them to aspire to their leadership responsibilities in Political life and the state’s administrative apparatus, emphasizing their rights and their vital role in the development of society in general, adding that the program also aims to build women’s capabilities in an effort to increase the share of their representation in leadership executive positions.

 

Al-Saeed highlighted the institute’s role in developing human capabilities, providing training, advisory and creative research services, and supporting the dissemination of managerial knowledge, thought and awareness; This is in order to contribute to increasing knowledge and developing the capabilities of the human element, enhancing individual competence and institutional excellence, and contributing efficiently and effectively to the development and training of government sector employees.

 

For her part, Dr. Sharifa Sharif, Executive Director of the National Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development, said that the training program includes qualifying women leaders on several skills related to their jobs, including management skills and tests, personality traits and project work, and other skills necessary to gain them the necessary proficiency for leadership, noting that the total number of The beneficiaries of the third batch of the training program are about 150 women from the leaders of the Egyptian government, and the training period will be 20 training days - 110 training hours, two days per week, divided into 15 training days in training rooms inside each governorate with 90 training hours, as well as 5 Online training days by 20 training hours.

 

It is noteworthy that the first and second batch of the training program to qualify women leaders have been implemented in the governorates of Cairo, Alexandria, Port Said, Minya and Luxor.

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