Egypt is a major recipient of development assistance funds, however, the allocation thereof does not always yield optimal outcomes as initially promised, and more importantly, the projects or services invested in rarely fulfill the needs or expectations of their key stakeholders, namely the Egyptian population.
What we offer in Shamseya are solutions that are based on a participatory and client-centered methodology. This approach emphasizes the needs and expectations of the key beneficiaries as top priority, allows them to form driving forces towards the realization of successful outcomes while preventing failures associated with stagnant politics and highly centralized decision-making.
- Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) – The Participatory Development Project in Urban Informal Areas – Youth Fast-Track Measure, supporting four youth networks in Cairo and Giza informal areas to create innovative participatory developmental projects for their communities.
- The World Health Organisation (WHO) East Mediterranean Regional Office – Legal framework of Public Health law Country and Regional research
- Oxfam International – Participatory Eco-Camp on Achieving Universal Health Coverage Locally