Dr. President of the British University in Egypt. A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the British in the presence of Mohamed Lotfi and Alessandro Froste, Resident Representative of the United Nations Development Program in Egypt and Gareth Bailey, British Ambassador to Egypt. The University and United Nations Development Program in Egypt enhances the role of the University as a partner in achieving national and international community goals within the framework of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) at the University Headquarters.
This Memorandum of Understanding aims to exchange knowledge and exchange, develop innovative strategies, rehabilitate and rehabilitate youth and nurture an entrepreneurial culture. It’s a growing Egyptian role in supporting climate policy, which includes hosting the UN Climate Change COP27 summit in Egypt.
Dr. President of the British University in Egypt. Mohamed Lodfi welcomed the participants and began his speech by expressing his delight at this first-of-its-kind fruitful collaboration at the level of Arab universities: “This agreement helps us. Working together to build peace and prosperity, formulating policies, implementing projects, exchanging knowledge and pursuing all developments related to sustainable development goals will enable the University to achieve its response within the framework of its social responsibility. Important strongholds of education in Egypt. “
Lutfi added that the British University has always sought to finalize a number of agreements that will serve the student process and the community in key areas, including climate action, economic integration and support for women and youth, as well as the implementation of university implementation programs. Create a conscious generation of young graduates who can keep pace with all the changes taking place in the world and create jobs locally and internationally.
For his part, Alessandro Frogast, resident representative of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), said: “This MoU will help redouble our efforts to create new and better opportunities for youth and women in Egypt. Someone is lagging behind.”
The UNDP Resident Representative added: “We will focus on lifelong learning, community development initiatives and policy dialogue, and for a more inclusive and sustainable future.
In turn, the British Ambassador to Egypt Gareth Bailey expressed his delight at the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding between the United Nations Development Program and the British University in Egypt. Egypt is a desirable goal in achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, which can be implemented through the exchange of knowledge and action to serve local communities. As we approach the 27th session of the United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP27), chaired by and chaired by Egypt (COP27), he pointed out that Egypt really needs such an initiative. The main emphasis is on consistency as a whole.
The British Ambassador added that the United Kingdom is proud to support the work of the United Nations Development Program and that the British University in Egypt should be proud to play its part in the framework of its social responsibility. Try this.
The signing of this memorandum includes the promotion of the University as a partner in achieving national and international community goals within the framework of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including improving the quality of education and innovation and its role. National and International Partnerships.The University seeks to be a key partner in achieving the goals of sustainable development and the development and environmental goals and commitments within the framework of its national role in achieving the goals of the President’s initiative and improving the quality of life. A decent life “.
In addition to implementing a number of future activities aimed at implementing the pillars and plans of the University and the culture and ideas of sustainability in the surrounding community, the University seeks to implement collaborations through a set of environmental plans and activities. United Nations Environmental Development Program, support for refining the skills of young people and promoting a culture of innovation and promoting awareness among British university students in Egypt.
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