The project was delivered to the Egyptian Government on 4/8/2015 upon implementation by the EFEA, serving 17 governorates, namely, Dakahlia, Minia, BeniSuef, Qaliubiya, Fayoun, Kafr El- Sheikh, Beheira, Gharbia, Sohag, Qena, Cairo, Alexandria, Sharkia, Menoufia, Assuit, Giza, and Damietta.
Coordination took place between the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Local Development for the selection of these schools, given that 22 of them were selected in the neediest areas and 78, according to the priorities of the Ministry of Education.
Economic and social return:
• Providing 1,877 classes catering for 67,000 students in remote and disadvantaged areas.
• Contributing to combating illiteracy and decreasing school dropouts by providing schools at closer distances.
• Contributing to solving the problem of having two school-day shifts (morning and afternoon).
• Fulfilling 7% of educational demands in remote areas.
• Providing 8000 temporary job opportunities and 3,200 permanent ones.