Latest in Women Highlight
Latest in Women
Entreprenelle mainly aims to support local women economically by educating, training and linking them to all the possible entrepreneurship resources.
In an effort to support women with breast cancer and out of its eagerness to be part of all humanitarian initiatives aimed at developing and supporting women in general and the Egyptian community in specific, Orange Egypt has announced its participation in the “21 Days” campaign launched by Baheya’s Foundation in cooperation with the National Council for Women for early detection and treatment of breast cancer.
Women have an important role in this difficult period. Mothers all over the world, Egypt especially, should protect their children and families from the pandemic. Daily News Egypt presents some tips for women to combat Coronavirus.
Winning mothers were selected from 762 mothers who participated in contest
The 16 March is a special day in the history of Egyptian women’s struggle towards her rights, the roots of the day dates back to 1919 when women participated for the first time in political demonstrations during the1919 revolution.
More than 50% of Expo’s employees are women
Chairperson of Halaet Wasl’s Board of Trustees Fathi Al-Muzayen said the aim of this conference is to accentuate the success of Egyptian women from various fields and backgrounds and to encourage other women to continue forging their own paths.
In previous years, Facebook witnessed a wide range of global feminist initiatives that discussed several important societal issues, such as combating harassment, encouraging sports, supporting victims of violence, patients with chronic diseases, early detection of breast cancer, and others.
According to the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS), the gender ratio in Egypt reached 106.2%, meaning that there are 106.2 males for every 100 females.
Chiraz Latiri receives Arab Cinema Personality of the Year Award
Holding WEF in Egypt while other countries cancel their international activities sends great message about economic situation in country: Maya Morsi
Daily News Egypt provides newly married women with some tips in order to help them plan their homes’ budgets.
Does Covid19 virus transfer from mother to foetus?
WEF to be held for first time in Egypt, Middle East
CBE launches several initiatives to boost financial inclusion
“The doctor tried to save her, but she passed away,” the public prosecutor’s office said in a statement issued last Thursday. The statement vowed a “firm response” against anyone carrying out the procedure. The girl’s father and doctor have since been detained.
It pointed out that only 24.7% of women are in the labour force, and about 20% of them are on a part-time contract.
Market researchers have proven time and time again that women shop more than men, especially online shopping
5,000 women to be trained through campaign
This raised the question of “does social media revive the funniest lines from old comedy films? or do they only reflect how people recall these memes or lines of the movies?”
Yoby`s: every candle has a story
NCWR requested Google to remove the song from all online sites, believing that it is offensive towards women
The start of a new decade carries hope for further women’s empowerment. A new year has just started, bringing women in Egypt new hopes for ending violence against them, improving their conditions. Daily News Egypt dug into the major events that scheduled to take place in Egypt in 2020.
Daily News Egypt presents major stations witnessed in women’s status during the last ten years following the quote,by Karl Marks: “Social progress can be measured by the social position of the female sex.”.
The symposium included a theatrical to address how to deal with cases of sexual harassment and economic exploitation of women
She is Arab is a passion venture co-founded by Noha Hefny and Samar Alshorafa. Daily News Egypt had interviewed borh Hefny and AlShorafa to learn more about the platform.
For that, the annual international campaign “16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence” kicks off annually on 25 November in Egypt and the whole world, marking the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, dubbed Orange Day, and runs until 10 December, the Human Rights Day.
It also sheds light on the importance of collaboration between the private sector and non-governmentalorganisations, aiming to create opportunities for young Egyptians, while providing them with the right tools and skillset to become future leaders.
The festival is a one of the initiatives from the group of Egyptian Single Mothers, that was founded by Nermin Abou Salem, with a membership reaching 65,000 females.