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Arab Republic of Egypt. Highlights on the New ICT Strategy After the 25 th January Revolution. Dr. Mohamed Salem Minister of Communications and Information Technology October 2011. 2011: 79 million mobile 24 million users (Internet). Our Achievements. 2009: 55 million Mobiles

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Arab Republic of Egypt

Highlights on the New ICT Strategy

After the 25th January Revolution

Dr. Mohamed Salem

Minister of Communications

and Information Technology

October 2011


Our achievements

2011: 79 million mobile

24 million users (Internet)

Our Achievements

2009: 55 million Mobiles

20 million Internet users

Subscribers

Services

Plans & Strategies

Information Society

2011: Egypt up to fourth place in outsourcing services

2007: 30 million mobiles

10 million Internet users

2008: Egypt best outsourcing services from the British National Assembly services outsourcing

2005: 10 million fixed line

2010: launch of

Compound licenses

2005: Arabic e -Content initiative

23,000 ICT specialist 140,000 basic skills

2006:

launch of the

digital signature

services

2004: Ministries

Automation Program

2007: Africa Prize for Egyptian education initiative project

2011: launch of

broadband strategy

2003: launch of the first broadband service outsourcing services company

2003: eLearning

program

2009: 6,000 graduate from EDU-Egypt Africa Prize for women's health mobile units

2011: draft record in-kind agricultural

720,000 ICDL

10K graduate EDU-EGYPT 40,000 ICT specialist

2010: launch of the strategy of

innovation and entrepreneurship

2006: launch of the IT industry

development strategy for export

2008: 100,000 holds ICDL

33 K ICT specialist

2001: launch of

Commercial

Internet service

2007: launch of the

national strategy of ICT

2003: launch of the of building

the information society strategy

2000: National

Communications Plan

2010: IT for sustainable development

1998: launch of

mobile service

2010

2011

1999-2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009


Strategic Pillars

6

SMEs Development

2

3

4

5

Enhancing Egypt’s ICT Services Competitive Edge in the Global Arena

Developing the Innovation and Entrepreneur-ship ecosystem

Developing Knowledge Society using Digital Citizenship

Strengthening International Relations with different Countries and Organizations

1

ICT Infrastructure and Legal Framework



Laws and Legislations

Currently Considered by MCIT/Committee

  • Telecommunications Law.

  • Freedom of Information Law.

  • Privacy of Data Law

  • Cyber Crime Act.

  • E - Commerce and Electronic Signature Act.

  • Intellectual Property Protection Act.

  • Security of Information Act.


2 enhancing egypt s ict services competitive edge in the global arena
2. Enhancing Egypt’s ICT Services Competitive Edge in the Global Arena


Outsourcing & IT services Export

Development Programs

Maadi Tech. Park

(40,000 jobs)

Smart Village (100,000 jobs)

Governorates - 20 Parks

(Alex., Assuit, Mansoura & Damietta)

  • Technology Parks


Outsourcing & IT services Export

Development Programs

  • Egypt’s Competitiveness in the IT Services Export Industry

    • Egypt’s location in the “AT Kearny Location Index” from rank 13 in 2007 to rank 6 in 2009 and rank 4 in 2011.

    • Best Outsourcing Services from “National Assembly of British Outsourcing Services ” in 2008

    • European Outsourcing Country in 2009


3 developing the innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem
3. Developing the Innovation and Entrepreneurship ecosystem


Technology Innovation & Entrepreneurship Center

  • National Challenges need Innovative solutions

  • Competitive Advantage for Egypt:

    • Mobile Applications

    • Green ICT

    • Cloud Computing

    • Cyber Security

    • Embedded Systems


4 developing knowledge society using digital citizenship
4. Developing Knowledge Society using Digital Citizenship


Knowledge Society

  • Supporting the National Economy by Human capacity building in different sectors (Education, Health, …etc)

  • Job Creation

  • Public Private Partnerships

  • Enhance Egyptian Youth Competitiveness

  • Arabic E - content Plus


Knowledge Society Development

Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship Programs

  • Centers of Excellence

  • Cloud Computing - Biomedical Informatics (Cairo)

  • E - Learning - Mechatronics (Cairo)

Support National Economy (Human Resources)

Specialized Training

Under Professional Training Supervision

Professional Training

Knowledge Transfer

Ex: Embedded Systems,

Cyber Security and Mechatronics

Information Society Development

EDUEgypt

ITTC

ELCC

EEDL

TechnoCenters


5. Emphasizing the Importance of International Cooperation and Partnership


Objectives and role
Objectives and Role

Enhance the political positioning of Egypt’s ICT sector internationally;

Increase the opportunities for knowledge sharing & exchange of technical expertise;

Maintain channels for policy-level in the widest sense possible;

Showcase Egypt’s competence in the international arena



Cooperation with international organizations

World Bank

Cooperation with international organizations


Regional cooperation

COMESA

League of Arab States

African Union

Regional Cooperation

EU


Egypt africa
Egypt & Africa

Rwanda

Sudan

Uganda

Ethiopia

South Sudan

Burundi

Kenya

Tanzania

Congo

Eritrea


Nile Basin Initiative for Information Society

Aspects of Cooperation

  • Capacity Building Programs covering an array of issues such as:

    • Postal Services;

    • Support in establishing CERTs;

    • Legislation & regulatory

  • Documenting natural & cultural heritage;

  • Access, infrastructure &connectivity;

  • Technology Parks knowledge transfer;



Smes development plan
SMEs Development Plan

Enable

Lead

Support



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