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Embarking on building Digital Egypt, the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) has launched a number of initiatives and projects in the field of building the Egyptian citizen. These initiatives aim to provide training opportunities to young people to qualify them to join the national and international labor markets, thus creating a wide base in all ICT related specializations, and building a digital society, based on science and technology.

Aiming to raise the competitive edge of Egyptian calibers, MCIT provides comprehensive capacity building programs based on real-world experience.
MCIT broad-wide curriculum includes communications courses, software development courses, process improvement courses, basic courses, e-learning courses, and diplomas.

MCIT has extensive resources to help ICT trainees get hands-on experience and develop deeper skills through a continued process of learning.

Digital Egypt Builders Initiative

Digital Egypt Builders Initiative

MCIT has launched Digital Egypt Builders Initiative (DEBI), announced during the opening of a number of educational facilities by President Abdel Fattah el Sisi, in September 2020.

Youth Enablement for Freelancing

Youth Enablement for Freelancing

MCIT has launched the “Youth Enablement for Freelancing” initiative, with the aim to train 20,000 young people, nationwide, on freelancing skills, through e-platforms. This is achieved in collabora

State's Administrative Apparatus' Employees

State's Administrative Apparatus' Employees

The program aims to develop and build digital capabilities of employees at the State's administrative apparatus, whether those who will be relocated to the New Administrative Capital or those who w

Digital Tomorrow

Digital Tomorrow

The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT), in collaboration with the Ministry of Youth and Sports, launched “Digital Tomorrow” initiative, with the aim to build the digital

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