Egyptians today often refer to Cairo as Maṣr ([mɑsˤɾ], مصر), the Egyptian Arabic pronunciation of the name for Egypt itself, emphasizing the city's continued role in Egyptian influence. Its official name is القاهرةal-Qāhirah, means literally: "the Defeater", in reference to the fact that the planet Mars ("Al Najm Al Qahir") was rising at the time when the city was founded as well as, "the Vanquisher"; "the Conqueror"; Egyptian Arabic pronunciation:[elqɑ(ː)ˈheɾɑ], "the Defeater" or, " "the Victorious" (al-Qahira) in reference to the much awaited Caliph al-Mu'izz li Din Allah who arrived from the old Fatimid Ifriqiyan capital of Mahdia in 973 to the city. The Egyptian name for Cairo is said to be: Khere-Ohe, meaning: "The Place of Combat", supposedly, in reference to a battle which took place between the Gods Seth and Horus. Sometimes the city is informally also referred to as كايروKayro[ˈkæjɾo]. It is also called Umm ad-Dunya, meaning "the mother of the world".
CAIRO – ... Some local media even portrayed the second filling as an imminent disaster that Cairo would likely meet with military force ... In 2010, Nile basin countries, excluding Egypt and Sudan, signed another deal, the CooperativeFramework Agreement, that allows projects on the river without Cairo’s agreement.
Ever sincePresident Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi announced, in the 2015Sharm al-Sheikh Economic Forum, the plan for a mega project of a new administrative capital for Egypt, Egyptians have been following on the project with pride and admiration, always eager for the latest details ... The project is comprehensive.
CAIRO – 20 July 2021. Sanitation projects came at the forefront of the “Haya Karima” presidential initiative’s projects covering 660 villages in Upper Egypt... 200 billion are dedicated to sanitation projects in the initiative.
CAIRO – 18 July 2021. Decent Life initiative is a national project that is witnessing the participation of all state agencies and institutions as well as the private sector and civil society, Egypt’s Minister of Planning and Economic Development, Hala El-Said said Sunday.
CAIRO – 17 July 2021 ... “With Haya Karima, Egypt has the biggest project that follows the sustainable development goals set by the UN in 2015,” the forum added. Sisi launched the project on Thursday in the CairoInternational Stadium with the attendance of ministers, public figures and thousands of citizens.
Founded in 1979, StARS is a refugee service provider in central Cairo that works to enhance the quality of life for refugees and vulnerable migrants through five broad program areas ... They will also oversee projects, opportunities, training or any other beneficial activities in Cairo which may be relevant to Community Based Organization needs.