3 Sept

The workshop on the axis of “Energy and Urban Development” was held in the sustainable development strategy Egypt’s vision 2030. The workshop Ahram Political and Strategic Studies, in cooperation with the Ministry of Planning and Follow-up administrative reform and project effective planning and services on Sustainable Development, Egypt’s vision 2030 strategy on September 3, 2015, in the presence of a number of target groups to attend as well as the participation of a group of young people from the political science departments of various Egyptian universities.
At the opening session confirmed d. Amr Hashem Rabie, deputy director of Al-Ahram Center that there must be coherence and accumulation of knowledge-based and there has to be informed and take advantage of strategies that have been developed in the past periods, as confirmed d. Hazem Fahmy representative of the Ministry of Planning had already been informed and take advantage of the strategy developed in the past to come up with an integrated strategy and avoid the mistakes made by a number of previous strategies and signed the participation of all ministries in the preparation of the strategic 2030 and that those in charge of the development of this strategy took into account the balance between investments in all sectors, as well as overlap and interdependence and integration among them.
With regard to the energy axis, Eng Mohammed Sharif, CEO of Logic, that there were different points of view, and subject to strategic discussions several time-consuming. The methodology, as follows: First: Vision: (strategic objectives, identify indicators, identify target quantities for each indicator, identify the most important challenges expected, prepare a list of strategic initiatives, initiatives) and secondly: Beyond Strategy: (reference implementation, resource planning, reference control). And that there are several key goals for the center of power are: 1) to ensure energy security, and 2) maximizing the use of local resources, and 3) reducing consumer energy density, and 4) increase the role of energy in development. The performance indicators, is represented in the following 1) power supply plants, and 2) the increase in energy income, 3) the proportion of the energy density of the state, and 4) the proportion of the national income 0.4) output of the coefficient of proven reserves to total oil production, and 5)% Change in State energy and intensity. The strategic objective it serves the index is reducing energy intensity.
And urban development axis Dr. Ibtihal Abdul Muti, a professor of regional planning and development at the University of Cairo, Egypt that the area of ​​land and its civilization and the privacy of its able to accommodate population and resources under management spatial development more balanced and meets the aspirations of the Egyptians and elevate the quality of their lives confirmed. She stressed that the objectives of the Strategic axis for urban development, are:
First, increase the area of ​​the globe, commensurate with the availability of resources and the size and distribution of the population by identifying the scope of spatial development that can accommodate the expected population growth in the coming years. Second, raise the level of quality of the built environment of space by raising the quality of the current and future level of the globe in addition to working to address the urgent and growing urbanization issues. Third: to maximize the exploitation of the strategic location of Egypt regionally and internationally with the pursuit of optimizing the site Egypt distinguished geographical proportion to the rest of the world by increasing contact with the outside world, Egypt and the expansion of strategic projects that attract local and foreign investments.
As for the indicators to measure performance, the strategic goal is to increase the flat globe through mass population growth rate and resettle the population compared to a target of new urban communities. As well as upgrading the quality of the urban environment by improving the proportion of people up to them and the way public transport every 20 minutes at the most within 500 meters where I am, as well as the proportion of the population available to have a sewage system, drinking water security. Has been the development of indicators through the target at intervals to measure, there are indicators measured in 2020, and other indicators are measured in 2030. For those responsible in the urban center of development are: the Ministry of Housing, Utilities and Urban Development, and the Ministry of Transport and Communications, the Ministry of civilized development.

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