The Ministry of International Cooperation in Egypt has launched an automated system for data management and follow-up on development financing for projects. This initiative is part of the country’s digital transformation plan aimed at promoting transparency and good governance in development cooperation efforts with multilateral and bilateral development partners.
The new system integrates data relating to development cooperation agreements, projects and programs with development partners to ensure relevant information is available to all national entities. It also monitors the financial and technical performance of projects funded by multilateral and bilateral development partners, extracts periodic reports for decision-makers and shares data with project-related entities.
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Egypt’s cooperation and development financing framework connects the country with multilateral and bilateral development partners. The partnership is updated every three to five years based on the country’s development priorities, government’s work program, the 2030 agenda and coordination between national entities and development partners.