U.S. Contributes $45 Million Towards New Entrepreneurship And Employment Program

U.S. Contributes $45 Million Towards New Entrepreneurship And Employment Program

The U.S. Embassy announced an investment of $45 million in two new programs that will promote small businesses in Egypt and train students to help them successfully compete for jobs. Provided through the Agency for International Development (USAID) in partnership with the Ministry of International Cooperation, the new programs seek to fulfill the needs of thousands of entrepreneurs and vocational school students over a four-year period. The “Strengthening Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development” (SEED) program will receive funding of $22.9 million. Over the coming four years, SEED will provide technical assistance to small businesses throughout Egypt to help them qualify and… Read more

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