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Ambassador Mostafa Sherbiny speaking at the symposium organized by the National Council for Women, Cairo branch, in cooperation with the General Syndicate of the Egyptian Writers Union, under the auspices of Dr. Maya Morsi

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The smart green projects initiative in the governorate, and the council was keen to activate participation in the second round of the smart green projects initiative and in coordination
This came in the presence of speakers, Ambassador Mostafa Sherbiny, European Climate Pact Ambassador in Egypt and Chairman of the Carbon Footprint and Sustainability Chair, Dr. Essam Amer, Head of the Branches Sector and an arbitrator of the National Initiative for Smart Green Projects from the Ministry of Environment, Dr. Umm Kulthum Shalash, Acting Rapporteur, Dr. Iman Ibrahim, Coordinator of the Seminar, and Dr. Wahad Samir, the winner. In the second place of the National Council for Women, Cairo branch, Dr. Safaa Mamoun and Dr. Rania Abou El-Enein, head of the Tolerance Committee of the Egyptian Writers Union

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The coordinators of the seminar, Dr. Iman Ibrahim and Dr. Rania Abu Al-Enein, presented the initiative, the conditions and mechanisms for participating in it, and registering through the initiative's website.
Which was activated to receive entries from the beginning of April until the end of this June.
The symposium began with a speech by Dr. Rania Abou El-Enein, coordinator of the symposium and head of the Committee for Community Tolerance at the Egyptian Writers Union, by extending great thanks and gratitude to Dr. Maya Morsi, Chair of the Council, and Ms. Maha Marwan, Rapporteur of the Cairo Branch, and all its members for the great role provided by the Council and the fruitful and constructive cooperation in organizing this symposium, then Dr. Iman’s speech Ibrahim, the coordinator of the symposium and a member of the Cairo branch, in which she expressed her thanks to Dr. Alaa Abdel-Hadi, President of the Syndicate, for the warm reception and hospitality, and then shed light on the achievements of the Council for the advancement and empowerment of women in various fields.
This came in the presence of Dr. Umm Kulthum Shalash, the alternate rapporteur in the branch, and in the presence of the members of the branch / Ms. Fadia Fathy - Ms. Safaa Abdel Badie - Ms. Yasmine Desouky
and a. Delber Guili.

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Where Dr. Umm Kulthum commended the council's strenuous efforts to empower women economically and help them keep pace with technological developments through the smart green projects initiative, expressing her readiness to receive any telephone consultations that would help women participate in the initiative.
Ambassador Mostafa Sherbiny, European Climate Pact Ambassador in Egypt and Chairman of the Carbon Footprint and Sustainability Chair, continued the conversation by defining the initiative and how the smart element can be added to these projects and the impact of the carbon footprint on sustainable development by urging citizens to think about solutions to the risks of climate change.
Dr. Essam Amer also reviewed the recommendations of COP27 and how to activate them, and the criteria for evaluating projects, which are the green component, the smart technology component, economic feasibility and fundability, expansion, replication and sustainable impact.
Dr. Wahad Samir, winner of the second place and a member of the National Council for Women, Cairo branch, talked about her experience with smart green projects, then Dr. Safaa Mamoun, climate ambassador, continued talking about the role of climate ambassadors in climate awareness and how to spread the values of societal tolerance through the national initiative for smart green projects. The symposium also included Some of the poetic interventions that won the audience's admiration for the poet Nasser Dowidar, the poet Ayat Abdel Moneim and the poet Romani Sobhi, and the poetic epic of the great poet Ahmed Morsi and his students,
Ambassador Mustafa El-Sherbiny said that the initiative is one of the most prominent efforts of the state in the localization of sustainable development goals, by urging citizens to think about solutions to the risks of climate change. The COP27 Climate Conference, especially since it presented Egyptian solutions to environmental problems, most notably dealing with waste, and presented implementable means and solutions to problems.
Ambassador Mostafa Sherbiny also indicated that the initiative targets 6 categories, which are the “large-sized projects category, the medium-sized projects category, the small local projects category (decent life), the projects submitted by startups category, the category of development projects related to women, climate change and sustainability, and the initiatives category. and non-profit community participation”, provided that the competition is between the advanced projects in each category separately to ensure equal opportunities for all participants and in this context.
Dr. Essam Amer, the prizes for the green and smart projects initiative amount to 750 thousand pounds for the first prize, 500 thousand for the second prize, and 250 thousand for the third prize, in addition to the possibility of supporting the implementation and development of the ideas of smart green projects financially distinguished from some international donors.
Evaluation criteria were also reviewed, represented in the green component, the smart technology component, economic feasibility and fundability, scalability and replication, sustainable impact, and a criterion for the category of women’s projects, which is empowerment and equal opportunities. Examples of technologies for the technological component and smart projects using artificial intelligence technology were presented.
For her part, Dr. Umm Kulthum Shalash, alternate rapporteur at the National Council for Women in Cairo Governorate, gave a presentation that included the winners of the first session, the message from the category of women’s projects, the target group, and the criteria for evaluating these projects, including the representation of women in the project and their leadership roles, and the project’s consideration of women’s needs and interests. in the community, as well as the project’s impact on women’s lives, opportunities
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