Wednesday, June 1, 2022 – 4:06 p.m.
From Passam Abdel Sami.
Sharm L-Sheikh, June 1 The work of the annual meetings of the WAM / “Islamic Development Bank” group began this morning at the International Convention Center in Sharm el-Sheikh, which highlights the role of digitalization in the regional perspective. Islamic development is the key to growth and health and economic challenges in the Bank member countries.
The “Islamic Development Bank” meetings are held for 4 days under the slogan “After Recovering from the Epidemic: Regression and Sustainability”. The meetings are attended by the Ministers of Economy, Planning and Finance of the Bank’s 57 member countries.
These meetings provide an opportunity to discuss with participating financial institutions and maximize the benefits to member countries, in addition to the opportunities these meetings provide, to explore new developments and explore ways to integrate economic relations between member countries in light of current international changes. Services and funds provided by these companies.
This year’s meetings will witness – for the first time in more than four days – the private sector hosting a new edition of the forum, which will be attended by representatives of large companies and the business community locally, regionally and internationally.
The first session, entitled “Digitization and E-Governance in the Member States of the Islamic Development Bank: Promoting Inclusive Recovery and Sustainable Growth”, raised questions about key factors for a successful ecosystem. To establish and implement e-Government services? What is the role of the public and private sectors in establishing successful e-government systems and services? What are the ways to increase the contribution of the private sector in the sector? How can digitization and e-government play a role in supporting comprehensive and effective social and economic development for citizens?
Did the session “Climate Audit for Sustainable Livelihoods: A Case Study of a Decent Life Initiative” review the recent interventions of the Egyptian government in taking into account the policies adopted by IDB member states and climate aspects in ensuring climate protection while achieving sustainable growth? And how climate considerations are integrated into such projects.
The session focused on Egypt’s “decent living” initiative and the goal of the initiative to reduce growth gaps during the aftermath of COVID-19, prioritizing human development and investment in human capital and using climate resistance to improve sustainable green livelihoods. / Infrastructure and the benefits of a participatory approach in policy formulation and intervention design that incorporates benefits (global, regional and local) through solar energy and clean environment / and partnerships.
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