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    1. ICTs 4 PwDs

    ICTs 4 PwDs


    The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) launched the National Initiative of ICTs for People with Disabilities (PWDs), within the framework of the annual conference of ICTs for People with Disabilities.

    The initiative comes under the auspices of MCIT, With the cooperation of the civil society organizations, the main stakeholders in this initiative: Wayana International Foundation for Integration and Awareness and Misr El Kheir Foundation.

    Objectives:
    § Achieve human development for people with special needs in the first place
    § Provide basic and advanced computer training programs and specialized technology programs
    § Provide IT applications such as audio programs for the visually impaired and visual applications for the ones with hearing disabilities

    Achievements:
    § Inauguration of two technology homes in both El-Arish and New Valley governorates. The technology homes are technically qualified 
    § A hot line project is being completed to serve people with special needs
    § Post offices and Centrals are also being equipped to accommodate this group of the society
    § IT applications were provided like sound programs for the visually disabled and visual applications for the hearing disabled.



    - Tamkeen Competition
    - e-Learning for Hearing and Visually Impaired Student
    - Agreements and Protocols

    Tamkeen Competition

    As part of its social responsibility endeavors, the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) launched “Tamkeen” competition, in collaboration with the Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center. The competition aims at developing software and telephony applications for People With Disabilities. The competition comes in line with MCIT efforts in helping people with disabilities and employing technology to integrate and enable their participation in society.
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    e-Learning for Hearing and Visually Impaired Student

    The percentage of illiteracy among deaf and blind is remarkable, not to mention the lack of integration among those blind and deaf students who are actually enrolled in formal education.
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    Agreements and Protocols

    During the first conference of "ICTs for People with Disabilities" in 2012, two agreements of joint cooperation were signed.
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    Social Responsibility Strategy
    Nov 2014
    MCIT has developed a social responsibility strategy for Egypt ICT sector as a guideline that aims to maximize benefits of projects and regulate existing and future discussions with ICT concerned bodies to avoid duplication of projects and disseminate good practices, thereby maximizing societal benefits.

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    Egypt’s Model Policy for Accessible Education
    Apr 2015
    Since one of its strategies is to cooperate and learn from successful initiatives, MCIT worked with G3ict to explore best practices from around the world to better serve PWDs and provide them with better educational opportunities.
    ICT Social Responsibility Achievements Report
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    MCIT has developed a new approach for cooperation with ICT companies, ICT civil society organizations and affiliates to unify the vision and objectives of the ICT projects for social responsibility and maximize the cooperation. The report lists major projects and initiatives conducted under MCIT umbrella.



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