Women on Boards Monitoring Report 2022

Egypt Women on Boards annual monitoring report 2022 results marked another milestone in achieving the 30% women on boards goal. The 2022 women on boards indicator reached 19.7%, witnessing an increase of 3% compared to 16.7% in 2021. Sustaining the 3% annual increase pattern achieved in the past three years will enable the analyzed categories to reach the 2030 strategy goal of 30% women on boards by 2026.

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Improving access to finance for women entrepreneurs in MENA Region

Recommendations and Roadmap

The objective of this report is to prepare a road map for policy makers to improve the access to finance for women entrepreneurs in the Mena region with a particular focus on four nations from the region: Lebanon, Egypt, Tunisia, and Algeria. The document review is based on previous studies and data gathered on women led businesses in MENA area.

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Strategy Paper

Women on Board Strategy Paper

English Version

Development of a strategy for “WOMEN ON BOARD” in the framework of the partnership project between the Association of German Women Entrepreneurs (VDU) and the women entrepreneurs’ associations in the MENA region (Business Women of Egypt 21 (BWE21), Savoir et Vouloir Entreprendre (SEVE) - Algeria, Lebanese League for Women in Business (LLWB) and Chambre Nationale des Femmes Chefs d’Entreprises (CNFCE) - Tunisia.

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Document de Stratégie: Women on Board

Version Française

Elaboration d'une stratégie «WOMEN ON BOARD» dans le cadre du projet de partenariat entre l'Association des femmes entrepreneures allemandes (VDU) et les associations de femmes entrepreneurs de la région MENA (Business Women of Egypt 21 (BWE21), Savoir et Vouloir Entreprendre (SEVE) - Algérie, Ligue libanaise des femmes en affaires (LLWB) et Chambre Nationale des Femmes Chefs d'Entreprises (CNFCE) - Tunisie.

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Conditions for Women Entrepreneurs

Two Policy Cases from Egypt, and Tunisia

In this paper, two policy cases in Egypt and Tunisia are presented. In Egypt, a preferential interest rate given to small enterprises for a limited amount of time is discussed. And in Tunisia, the creation of the Startup Act, a package of financial and non-financial benefits awarded to startups working with technology is presented.

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