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The Arab Republic of Egypt
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The Prime Minister
The Prime Minister
Dr. Mostafa Madbouly is Egypt's 54th Prime Minister since 1879
Bachelor's degree in Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University.
MSc. in Architecture, Urban Planning, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo
Diploma and advanced studies in the field of Urban Planning, Urbanization, Institute of Housing and Urban Development Studies, Rotterdam, Netherlands.
PhD. in Architecture City Planning, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University - within a joint supervision system with the Institute of National, Regional and Urban Planning, Faculty of Architecture, Karlsruhe University, Germany.
30 years of extensive experience in Urban Planning
June 2018 – Present: Prime Minister of Egypt.
Date of Birth
April 28, 1966
EDUCATION Cairo University – EGYPT
Karlsruhe University - Germany
LANGUAGES Arabic -English
March 2014 – Feb. 2019: Minister of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities. Major projects under his direct supervision were:
o Planning and Construction of Egypt’s New Administrative Capital, Alamein City on the Mediterranean Coast, El Mansoura New City and another 17 new cities all over Egypt recommended within the national strategic plan for urban development 2052.
o The First National Housing Project in Egypt targeting 700 000 unit for low income citizens. The First Middle Income Housing Project introduced by the government targeting around 400 000 unit in New Urban Communities.
o The National Plan to remove all unsafe settlements targeting construction of 200 000 unit around the country, and upgrade of Informal Settlements on the outskirts of cities.
o The construction of 3 major roads within the national road plan. He also adopted the National Rural Sanitation Program to reach all Egyptian villages, the coverage percentage increased from
11% to 35% during 4 years. Together with other housing and utilities projects around the country with a total cost of approximately 65 billion $.
November 2012 – February 2014: Regional Director for UN-Habitat Regional office for Arab States and Africa; managing all on-going programs and projects run by UN-Habitat in the Arab states.
September 2009 – November 2011: Chairman of the General Organization for Physical Planning (GOPP), Ministry of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities with the following major projects under his supervision: Egypt’s National Urban Plan till 2052, Greater Cairo Region Urban Strategic Plan till 2050, Alexandria Urban Development Plan till 2032, Strategic Plans for the North Coast, Sinai Peninsula, North West Suez Gulf area, and Upper Egypt.
Vice Chairman of The General Organization For Physical Planning.
Head of the Technical office for The General Organization For Physical Planning.
Professor at The Housing And Building National Research.
Executive Director of The Urban Training Institute (UTI) - Housing And Building National Research
International and local consultant with WB, UNDP, UN-Habitat, ILO and Cities Alliance.
Professor at Cairo University and Misr International University in the fields of Housing, Urban
Development, Architectural and Urban Design.
Presented 24 researches in the fields of Urban Planning and Housing in International and Local conferences.
Participated in Writing the “Housing and Urban Development” Chapter in Egypt's Human Development
Reports of 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009.