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Association of Upper Egypt for education and development (AUEED)

National Network: 
Egypt
Address: 
65, Obeissi Street, Daher, 11271 Cairo
Cairo
Égypte
Telephone: 
+20225882484
Telephone (other): 
+20225898364
Fax: 
+20225889635
E-Mail (2): 
Mobile Phone: 
+20 12 3401636
Organisation Type: 
Non-Governmental Organization
Year of Establishment: 
1940
General Information: 

1. Structure of the organisation
The Association is a non-profit non-governmental organization enjoying "public status" registered with the Ministry of Social Affairs in Egypt under 1010 / 1967. Its schools are monitored by Ministry of Education
Total Number of staff employed and/or partners: 1300 persons
2. Sources of funding
Many international and local donors (refer to Annual Report)
3. Modalities of action
- Formal and Non-Formal Education
- Socio-economic Development
4. Main partners
Group of Austrian, Dutch, French and German Donors, Fastenopfer and Caritas Switzerland, ERP-USAID, Coptic Orphans, Social Fund for Development and European Union, Save the Children (UK), CCFD and Les Amis de la Haute Egypte (France), CIDA and PACHE (Canada) , Ford Foundation, Unicef, UNDP and NCCM

Mission and Objectives: 

1. Mission
We are a community based non profit organization working in Upper Egypt to empower local communities targeting the poorest of the poor through education and development programs focusing on children, women and youth. We work through dialogue, respect and love and in solidarity with our partners in the community
2. Main objectives of the organization:
1. To empower the poor in Upper Egypt
2. To mobilize the various groups that we work with to fully participate in building their community
3. To network with the society at large
4. To develop local communities and enhance their capacities through education and development

Main Projects / Activities: 

a. Strategy for Continuous Development and Education:
First: Formal Education for Children
Second: Non-formal Education through
Third: Socio-economic Development
b. Strategy for Empowering Local Institutions to Lead Self-development Efforts:
First: Institutional Capacity Building of local organizations
- Building the institutional capacity of local community organizations to be able to lead community development efforts.
Second: Networking
- Networking with governmental and non-governmental organizations, both inside and outside the community.
c. Strategy for Continuous Quality Improvement:
First: AUEED Program Development
- Setting standards and quality indicators for measuring the efficiency and effectiveness of development interventions.
Second: Institutional Capacity Building for AUEED
- Setting systems, policies and plans and developing staff skills and performance to ensure quality of interventions.