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  • Egyptian farmers are trained on new horticulture techniques to increase crop quality and yields.

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  • Conservation work repaired a mosaic of a portrait emblem at the Greco-Roman Museum in Alexandria.

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  • Community Development Workers help change traditional perceptions of women’s rights and roles.

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Veterinarian Mohamed El Sherif, right, performs a check-up during a regular visit to a small farm in Menya.
Veterinary Services Boost Animal Health
A representative of the local water users association with a canal in the background
Awareness Improves Water and Health
Farmers in El-Sheikh Eissa, in Egypt’s eastern El-Sharkia province, operate machines that chop up banana tree waste.
Farmers Transform Waste Into Fertilizer

About Egypt

For over three decades, the American people have helped to improve the quality of life for all Egyptians. Thirty-five years ago, Egypt was a low-income country with a stagnant economy. Today, despite the current economic crisis, Egypt has one of the most diversified economies in the Middle East. Per capita income and exports have increased. Infant mortality has decreased, youth literacy has increased, and utility services have expanded. 

USAID’s program in Egypt has directly and fundamentally supported these gains. Nationwide programs in health, education, trade facilitation, small and micro-enterprise, tourism and infrastructure development have benefited Egyptians across the country, especially those in underserved areas.

Last updated: July 22, 2014

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Contact Information

Mission Contact

Dr. Mary C. Ott, Mission Director
USAID
1A Nady El Etisalat Street
New Maadi, Cairo
Egypt
Postal Code - M 
11435
Phone 
+20 2 2522-7000
Fax 
+20 2 2516-4628

USAID Contact

Cecile Coronato
USAID
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington
, DC 
20523
USA
Phone 
(202) 712-4681