Cooperation protocol between the Arab Organization for Industrialization and the National Council for Women


Lieutenant General Abdel Moneim El-Terras  Chairman of the Arab Organization for Industrialization, and Dr. Maya Morsi, head of the National Council for Women, signed a protocol for joint cooperation to manage all the needs of the National Council for Women in various fields.


Within the framework of the protocol signed today at the headquarters of the Arab Industrialization Presidency, Lieutenant General "The Terrace" confirmed the implementation of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi's directives to enhance cooperation and integration between state institutions as the best way to achieve comprehensive development, explaining that the Arab Organization for Industrialization puts all its capabilities and technological expertise to enhance Digital transformation, electronic mechanization, managing all needs, equipping and raising the efficiency of all buildings of ministries, educational institutions and international organizations in accordance with international quality standards, and in line with Egypt's vision for comprehensive development 2030.


He praised the efforts of the National Council for Women in supporting and enhancing the role of Egyptian women in all fields, as well as the Council’s role in communicating with civil society organizations and international institutions and participating in all societal issues.


The "Terrace" also explained that it was agreed to meet all the needs of the National Woman in many areas, including the development and equipping of the Council's buildings to serve the processes of digital transformation and electronic mechanization, as well as the management of electronic screens, computers, networks, software, smart applications, modern office furniture equipment, renewable energy and the systems provided. Energy and water, surveillance cameras, modern electronic insurance, and many different development fields.

He added that the areas of cooperation take place through the exploitation of all the manufacturing capabilities distinguished in Arabic for industrialization without bearing any financial burdens on the state budget, stressing the after-sales service, which represents a sustainable responsibility that the authority is keen on with all its projects.


For her part, Dr. Maya Morsi, President of the National Council for Women, stressed the importance of close and constructive cooperation with the Arab Organization for Industrialization, praising the authority's pioneering role and its ambitious plan to promote the state’s plan for digital transformation and artificial intelligence in all fields, through the Arab expertise for technological and human industrialization. Which enables it to accomplish all areas of cooperation with the required efficiency and the highest levels of quality and speed in implementation and deliver them at the specified times.

She also explained that the utilization of the capabilities of the Arab Organization for Industrialization was discussed to promote the digital transformation steps of the National Council for Women and to provide training programs for members of the Council through the training institutes and centers of the Arab Industrialization Organization