Egypt’s Sohag Governorate Receives EGP 5.8bn in Public Investments

El-Said further explained that “public investments in Sohag governorate are distributed across different sectors, with EGP 2.5bn for housing and utilities sector, EGP 1.56bn for local development, EGP 444m for health care, EGP 240m for higher education, and EGP 640.4m for other sectors.”

Public investments directed to Upper Egypt Sohag Governorate in the fiscal year (FY) 2020/21 has recorded to EGP 5.8bn, marking 48.7% increase from a year earlier, according to the country’s Minister of Planning and Economic Development Hala El-Said.


El-Said further explained that “public investments in Sohag governorate are distributed across different sectors, with EGP 2.5bn for housing and utilities sector, EGP 1.56bn for local development, EGP 444m for health care, EGP 240m for higher education, and EGP 640.4m for other sectors.”


This comes within the “Citizen Investment Plan” released by the ministry for Sohag governorate in which El-Said says that the plan aims to provide detailed information on investments directed by the state to each governorate.

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El-Said further explained that the four main objectives of the Citizen Investment Plan are the localisation of sustainable development goals, enhancing transparency, activating community participation, and spreading the culture of programmes and performance.

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Also, 69 projects are included in the local development sector, including roads, bridges, and environmental improvement projects.


Regarding pre-university education, the plan aims to establish and reequip school classrooms and educational departments in Sohag for EGP 8.6m.

As for higher education, the plan aims to develop university education services and scientific research with EGP 240m, establishing an emergency hospital for heart, chest, brain and nerve surgeries at Sohag University for EGP 20m.

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