Maat wins the chair of the Large African Organization Group of the High Level Policy Forum
Today, the Great African Group of Civil Society Organizations to Support the Sustainable Development Goals concluded its work in Cairo, which lasted for three days, during which the main strategy of the group’s goals that achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 2030 was developed, and linked to the African Union’s Sustainable Development Goals 2063..
The meetings witnessed the election of Egypt as represented by the Maat Foundation for Peace, Development and Rights The human being is the head of the African group that includes 55 countries representing the five African regions (North, South, West, East and Central Africa).
The meeting was attended by representatives of the five regions of the African continent: Mr. Paul Okumu; Head of Trustees of the African Platform, Henry Ourokot; Head of the Regional Center for State Cooperation for Development; The East African Area Officer, Mr. Kofi Kankam; President of the Elzka Relief Foundation; West Africa Area Officer, Judith Cullum; Executive Director of the Poverty Reduction Forum Fund; The South African Area Officer, Mr. Ayman Akil; President of the Maat Foundation for Peace, Development and Human Rights; And the North Africa region official.
It was also announced that Egypt would host the permanent headquarters of the General Secretariat of the African Group of Civil Society Organizations to support the goals of sustainable development.
Ayman Aqeel stated; President of the African Group of Civil Society Organizations to Support the Sustainable Development Goals that the group aims to activate the role of African civil society organizations in achieving development goals and support the efforts of African governments to accelerate the achievement of the United Nations development goals represented in economic and social development, poverty reduction and the advancement of the health and education sectors and concern for women It also works on exchanging African experiences and experiences and encouraging cooperation between civil society organizations in North, East, West, South and Central Africa..
It is noteworthy that the African Group of Civil Society Organizations works through the high-level policy forum of the United Nations and the group seeks to integrate organizations in the African continent to achieve the goals of sustainable development.