The launch of the Tenth Scientific Conference of Village Culture towards a dignified Life for the Villages of Kafrelsheikh within the framework of the National Project for the Development of the Egypt


Prof. Dr. Abdelrazek Youssef Dosouky, the President and the head of the Conference, states that the Tenth Scientific Conference of Village Culture begins next Monday, March 7 until March 10, and includes research discussions, seminars, lectures, evenings, artistic performances, and inspection of heritage crafts, and the second day is a research session, the economic theme "economic development of Kafrelsheikh countryside ....the village of "Daqlt", the sustainable development of the Egyptian fisheries village within the initiative of a dignified life, the supply chains for freshwater fish in the villages of the centers of Sidi Salem and Riyadh in Kafrelsheikh governorate, and the economic dimension of the agricultural waste of wheat and its effects on wheat farmers in the villages of Kafrelsheikh governorate.

The President Prof. Dr. Abdelrazek Youssef Desouky, the head of the Conference, explains that President Abd El-Fattah El Sisi, President of the Republic, launched the national project for the development of the Egyptian family, which is the general strategic objective of the Egyptian family development plan, which is to improve the quality of life of the citizen and the family in general by controlling the rapid growth rates and upgrading the characteristics of the population, pointing out that the Egyptian state pays great attention to the Egyptian society and the development of the Egyptian countryside, via the development of the family and the characteristics of the population.

Dr. Desouki indicates that the family development project targets, during the first year, the governorates of the first phase of the presidential initiative, a dignified life, which includes about 1,520 villages at the level of 52 centers in 20 governorates, in the Upper and Lower Egypt.

The President says that the Egyptian state is working to achieve sustainable economic and social development through which development initiatives and projects are implemented to provide decent housing and a decent life, and intensify investment in people, to improve the quality of life for the Egyptian citizen as the state's strategic goal.

The President of the University and head of the Conference stresses that the Dignified Life initiative is the largest development initiative in the history of Egypt and the world in terms of the volume of funding and the number of beneficiaries, as the project targets all the villages of the Egyptian countryside, about 4,500 villages in which more than half of the population of Egypt - 58 million citizens live. The state will transform them into sustainable rural communities that meet all development needs within three years, at a total cost of about $52 billion.