Our work


The long-term partnership between UNICEF, the Ministry of Education and civil society has resulted in modelling best practices and supporting the national capacity to scale-up. Read more

Water, Sanitation, Hygiene

National statistics show that Egypt has made significant progress regarding direct access to safe drinking water at household level. Read more


UNICEF’s decades long partnership with the Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP) resulted in flagship programmes. Read more


Egypt is one of the world’s 20 countries with the highest number of children suffering from chronic malnutrition. Read more

Social policy

UNICEF addresses the implications of national development policies & strategies, with the broad aim of changing Egypt’s political, economic and social environment to the benefit of children. Read more

Child protection

UNICEF aims to place the protection of children from violence, abuse and exploitation more prominently on the national agenda. Read more

Adolescent development

Egypt has a rapidly growing young population; adolescents aged 10-19 represent 19 per cent of the population. Read more


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