Who we are

The Egypt Network for Integrated Development (ENID/El Nidaa) was established in April 2012 to develop viable and sustainable employment opportunities in Upper Egypt with a set of four programs: Medium Small and Micro Enterprises (MSMEs) and Entrepreneurship; Agricultural and Off-Farm Development; Upgrading Basic Services; and Knowledge and Dissemination Hub. It is now launching its Phase II (2017-2021)

ENID/El Nidaa works mainly in Egypt’s second poorest governorate, namely Qena where the poverty rate reaches 58%, with a goal of replicating the approach across rural communities to address rural-urban disparities in poverty and economic opportunity. ENID/El Nidaa now also has projects in Sohag and Luxor Governorates.