Digital Inclusion

ICT sector focuses on adapting ICTs to find solutions to issues of concern to the community. The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology seeks to embrace digital citizenship in a technological society using ICTs. It aims to empower the elderly and people with disabilities, serve marginalized and remote communities, develop people’s ability to communicate and connect with their environment and promoting online safety.

Digital Transformation for Sustainable Development in Egypt

Community Integration Initiative was launched by Egypt Information and Communication Technology Trust Fund (ICT-TF)— jointly established by the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in January 2002.

 

The Initiative aims at empowering rural and marginalized communities through development projects and raising awareness of the benefits of ICTs in cooperation with Civil Society Organizations (CSOs).

ICT-TF sponsors several projects, aiming to investigate the different means by which ICTs can enrich the livelihood of Egyptian citizens and foster socio-economic development.

The Initiative also endeavors to promote development in rural and marginalized areas through application of technology solutions to establish an integrated sustainable development model.

 

Moreover, it strives to empower women through illiteracy eradication programs, as well as improving services in education, healthcare and in support of small businesses through the use of ICT tools.

Youth Enablement for Freelancing

Youth Enablement for Freelancing

The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) has launched the "Youth Enablement for Freelancing" initiative to train 20,000 young people, nationwide, to work on freelancing plat

Digital Development Centers

Digital Development Centers

The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) has collaborated with the Ministry of Youth and Sports to implement the project of “Digital Development Centers". The project is concer

Community Development Portals

Community Development Portals

The community development portals, Kenanaonline, contribute to the enhancement of the knowledge society in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region by leading and moderating the generation and m

Accessibility of Government Websites

Accessibility of Government Websites

During the Seventh Annual International ICT4PwDs 2018 Conference and Exhibition, the technological accessibility of government websites initiative was launched by President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi. The i

Get Online

Get Online

Get Online project, by ICT-Trust Fund, promotes the use of technology in general and raises awareness about special features of ICT tools use, thereby allowing the youth to benefit of available onl

Telemedicine

Telemedicine

The ICT Trust Fund has launched the Telemedicine initiative, with the aim to improve the quality of healthcare services, using technological solutions, and increase access to health services

Integrated ICT Solutions for Development – Aswan Project

Integrated ICT Solutions for Development – Aswan Project

Egypt ICT Trust Fund implements various initiatives that aimed at achieving sustainable community development based on the role of technology and its contribution to empower rural areas.

Tamkeen Competition

Tamkeen Competition

MCIT launched Tamkeen Competition in 2012 for the development of software and mobile applications to enable PwDs. MCIT seeks to create a new information market to serve more than 15 million Egyptia

Digital Citizenship

Digital Citizenship

The child online protection and Internet safety represent an integral dimension of MCIT “Digital Egypt” strategy and social responsibility.
Since 2007, MCIT has led massive national effor

Technological Development of Orphanages

Technological Development of Orphanages

Under the framework of the initiative “Youth Enablement for Freelancing”, a cooperation with the Ministry of Social Solidarity came to provide technological support to orphanages for girls and to trai

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