Egyptian Labor in Kuwait and an Unknown Fate

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After the Kuwaiti Ministry of Labor activated the so-called Kuwaitization policy on
September 1, 2022, which aims to reduce the number of foreign expatriate workers
and reduce the unemployment rate among Kuwaitis, it began implementing the
Kuwaitization policy on jobs, enabling Kuwaiti cadres to work and giving them the
full opportunity to serve the country in implementation of the directives of the
Council of Ministers.

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The Egyptian Coalition for Human Rights and Development (ECHRD) holds its fourth meeting on the economic empowerment of the neediest groups (women – those with disabilities) in Gharbia Governorate in cooperation with Arab Hands Association for Community Development in Gharbia, at the headquarters of the Regional Federation of NGOs in Tanta. It was attended by 40 participants representing NGOs operating within the scope of Gharbia Governorate.

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The Egyptian Coalition for Human Rights and Development held its 5th meeting in Aswan governorate, on: “Human trafficking and ways to combat it”, in cooperation with “Maabad Foundation for Development in Aswan”, which was attended by (57) participants representing NGOs and associations in Aswan governorate.

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