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									                                                                       SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISE DONOR COMMITTEE
                                                                     INDICATION OF FINANCIAL AND/OR TECHNICAL SUPPORT
                                                                                           Oct-07

Name of Project       Contact Person       E-mail                               Nature of SME Support                                               Funding        Duration           Geographic       Partner
                                                                                                                                                                                      location
AECI (Spanish Agency for International Co-operation)
Development Co-operation Section
21 El Maahad El Swissri St., Zamalek,
Phone: 27350353
Fax: 27359602
Agro Food             Jose Navarro.        jose.navarro@aeci-egipto.com         Design and implementation of the Food Technology Centre (FTC) 814,605 €            3 years (2002-     Cairo            Ministry of Industry
Technology Center     Technical                                                 for Agro-food SME‟s that provides technical advice and services                    2004).
                      Assistant                                                 (training, technical support, consulting..) to enterprises in the                  FINISHED
                                                                                sector.

Leather and Shoe      Jose Navarro.        jose.navarro@aeci-egipto.com         Creation / Upgrading of the Leather Technology Centre (LTC) in      1,153,500 €    5 years            Cairo            Ministry of Industry
Technology Center     Technical                                                 the Leather and Shoe Sectors through the collaboration with the                    (12/2002-                           and Technological
                      Assistant                                                 Chamber of Leather Industry, Chamber of Leather Tanning and                        12/2007). We                        Development
                                                                                the support of Amerya Centre. The Leather Technology Center                        will extend our                     (MITD).
                                                                                (LTC) will improve the competitveness of the industries in the                     support to this
                                                                                sector providing their clients: Training , Capacity building,                      project for one
                                                                                information exchange & networking...                                               year more and
                                                                                                                                                                   approx.
                                                                                                                                                                   200.000 €.
Granting and           Jose Navarro        jose.navarro@aeci-egipto.com         To facilitate the avability of funds, complementary to the domestic 12,000,000 €   6 years by         National level   CIB (Commercial
execution a re-        Technical                                                resources for Egypt targeting the micro-entrepreneurs. To promote                  now(2001-2007)     (esp. Upper      International Bank)
imbursable credit line Assistance                                               a stable financial relationship betwen financial institutions and he               Still in           Egypt region)
of financial services                                                           microbusiness group.                                                               implemetation
for micro business                                                                                                                                                 phase. It will
                                                                                                                                                                   very likely
                                                                                                                                                                   continue for
                                                                                                                                                                   several years
                                                                                                                                                                   more. The
                                                                                                                                                                   project has been
                                                                                                                                                                   stagnant for a
                                                                                                                                                                   long period.


African Development Bank (ADB)
1 Gazaer Sq, New
Maadi. Cairo
Tel: 25160906

Fax: 25160868
The Small and         Mr. O. Aw / Ms. A.   o.aw@afdb.org/a.amine@afdb.o Line of credit to the National Bank for onword lending to SMEs.    0.3M (grant)            June 2006- Dec                      NBE
Medium Enterprises Amine                                                The project will help adress the lack of long term investment, and USD 200 M               2010
                                           rg
Support Project (Line                                                           thus assist the development of the private sector in the country.
of Credit to NBE)                                                               Through the TA, the project would enhance the capacity of NBE in
                                                                                providing financial services to SMEs.




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Name of Project      Contact Person       E-mail                                Nature of SME Support                                          Funding       Duration       Geographic       Partner
                                                                                                                                                                            location
SFD III: Micro and   Mr. O. Aw / Ms. A.   o.aw@afdb.org/a.amine@afdb.o Through SFD, support the development of micro and small                 USD 87.15 M   June 2007- Dec Throughout the   SFD
Small Enterprises    Amine / Ms G. El                                  enterprises by providing i) line of credit to banks for onword                        2012           country, with
                                          rg / g.elsokkary@afdb.org
Support Project      Sokkary                                                    lending to small enterprises and ii) credit facility to NGOs for                            focus on Upper
                                                                                onward lending to viable micro-enterprises. Special focus will be                           Egypt.
                                                                                given to women entrepreneurs and SMEs in Upper Egypt.
Women Economic      Mr. O. Aw / Ms. A.    o.aw@afdb.org/a.amine@afdb.o          Provision of micro credit, through PBDAC, for the development of USD 9.5 M   Dec 2000- June 8 governorates, PBDAC
Empowerment project Amine / Ms G. El                                            women enterpreneurship in rural areas within 8 different                     2008           throughout
                                          rg / g.elsokkary@afdb.org
                    Sokkary                                                     governorates. It also provides technical assistance through                                 Egypt.
                                                                                training, skills and social development.




         SME Donor Committee, Indication of Financial and/or Technical Support                          Feb 2005, FINAL                                                                                2/ 277
Name of Project       Contact Person       E-mail                              Nature of SME Support                                                    Funding     Duration       Geographic       Partner
                                                                                                                                                                                   location
CIDA
Canadian Embassy –
Phone: 794-3110
SMEPOL                Lois Stevenson       lstevenson@idrc.org.eg              Support the GOE in the development of policies, legislation and          CAD$5.05m   00-08          National         Ministry of
                                                                               regulations supporting M/SME development. Build the human and            CIDA,                                       Finance, IDRC
                                                                               institutional capacities of the GOE to (MOFT, and later on MOF) to       CAD$.75m
                                                                               develop M/SME policies, legislation and regulations. Establish           IDRC
                                                                               collaborative relationships among stakeholders to support M/SME
                                                                               policy development & implementation. Improve the available
                                                                               knowledge and information base on M/SME development issues.


Business              Eman Omran           eman.omran@international.gc.ca Non-financial business services through capacity strengthening of CAD$18M                 2004 to 2010   Direct support in Governorates of
Development                                                                    existing BDS facilitators and providers. Examples of BDS include                                    Minya and         Minya and
Services Support                                                               technology transfer, business management, access to existing                                        Alexandria and Alexandria
Project                                                                        credit facilities, quality improvement, export readiness, franchising,                              responsive in
                                                                               trading houses, brokerage mechanisms.                                                               other
                                                                                                                                                                                   Governorates
                                                                               Includes cross-cutting themes of women entrepreneurs, children at                                                    SFD
                                                                               work and environmental protection.
                                                                               Technical support for SFD in institutionalizing one-stop-shops for
                                                                               business licensing.
CENACT                Eman Omran           eman.omran@international.gc.ca      CENACT‟s purpose is to strengthen and increase NGO
                                                                               participation in environmental management within the context of
                                                                               the national policy of partnership in environmental improvement. It
                                                                               also aims at increasing the coordination between civil society
                                                                               organizations and the community with governmental agencies at
PPIC-W                Momdouh Fouad,       mamdouh-foad@hotmail.com            Improve the conditions of work and learing opportunities for             C$2.5M      2002 - 2005    Aswan, Cairo     EACID, NCCM,
                      EACID, Abtal El                                          economically active girls and boys within a growing a small and                                     and Fayoum       ESMA, MEPA
                      Tahrir st., Aswan,                                       micro enterprise sector in Egypt
                      Egypt


PDP                   Zenab Mahmoud                                            PDP facilitates capacity strengthening of civil society organizations    CAD         2003-2008      National (at least MISA
                                                                               based on self identified needs. PDP support to SME development                                      50% of
                                                                                                                                                        $14.7M
                                                                               organizations centres on enhancement of organizational,                                             organizations
                                                                               management or programming capacities to better integrate one of                                     supported will be
                                                                               the following focus areas: child protection; gender equality;                                       based in Upper
                                                                               participation.                                                                                      Egypt.)
EEDP                  Eman Omran           eman.omran@international.gc.ca      The project seeks to lobby and create opportunities to advance the       CAD $ 5M 2007-2012         National Level     El Mobadara
                                                                               economic reform that will allow people, in particular marginalised                                                     (implementer) and
                                                                                                                                                        (CIDA).
                                                                               groups, (women and youth ) to acquire business development                                                             SFD
                                                                               skills, to access economic and social rights and to address the          $0.5M
                                                                               regulatory needs required for the SME sector. The project will           (Elmobadar
                                                                               actively engage different stakeholder groups including SMES              a). $24M as
Policy Project        Eman Omran           eman.omran@internatio               Policy implementation projects including skills developments,            CAD $ 20M 2008-2013        To Be            To Be Determined
                                                                               entrepreneurship and promoting business associations                                                Determined
                                                      nal.gc.ca



DANIDA / The Royal Danish Embassy
12, Hassan Sabri Street




         SME Donor Committee, Indication of Financial and/or Technical Support                            Feb 2005, FINAL                                                                                                 3/ 277
Name of Project        Contact Person   E-mail                           Nature of SME Support                                            Funding          Duration    Geographic       Partner
                                                                                                                                                                       location
Zamalek 11211
Tel: + 202 27396500
Fax: + 202 27396588
Business to Business Carsten         carbon@um.dk, monbec@um.dk                                                                           Yearly          1997 -       All over Egypt   Local companies
(B2B) Programme for Bondersholt -                                        The B2B Programme aims at developing the private                 allocation in                                 (private sector)
Development          Counsellor                                          sector in a range of programme countries by supporting           Danish National
                     Mona Beckzada -                                     the establishment of long-term and mutually committing           budget
                     Programme                                           partnerships between Danish companies and companies
                     Officer                                             in developing countries. By using business linkages as an
                                                                         instrument for economic growth, the B2B Programme
                                                                         seeks to improve living conditions for the people in the
                                                                         selected countries.
Public Private         Carsten         carbon@um.dk, monbec@um.dk        The objective of the PPP Programme is to promote public          Yearly          2006 -       All over Egypt   Local companies,
Partnership (PPP)      Bondersholt -                                     private partnerships for better working and living               allocation in                                 institutions and
Programme              Counsellor                                        conditions in developing countries by advancing corporate        Danish National                               organizations
                       Mona Beckzada -                                   social responsibility and increasing opportunities for           budget                                        (private or public
                       Programme                                         investments and enhanced competitiveness through                                                               sector)
                       Officer                                           innovation.
The Environmental Compliance Office (ECO)
1195 Cornish El Nil, Cairo
Tel: + 202 25768870
Fax: + 202 25761779/25796593/4
Environmental        Eng. Ahmed         akamal@eco-fei.net               The Environmental Compliance Office (ECO) provides premium        Technical and   2002 -      All over Egypt   local clients
Compliance Office    Kamal                                               consultancy services in the field of environmental compliance.    financial
ECO-FEI                                                                  ECO helps its clients achieve environmental compliance by tha     support
                                                                         plication of Cleaner production technologies (CP) thus reducing
                                                                         the environmental impacts of their business and at the same time
                                                                         attaining higher profits due to improved product quality and
                                                                         reduced waste.
                                                                         The office is currently active in promoting CSR (Corporate Social
                                                                         Responsibility) commitment in the small and medium enterprises
                                                                         (SME); it has always incorporated issues such as gender, child
                                                                         labor, and OHS (Occupational Health and Safety) as an integral
                                                                         part of its environmental activities.

European Union
                                                                    th
37, Gamaet El Dowal El Arabeya Street, El Fouad Office Building, 11 floor
Mohandesseen, Giza.
Phone: (02) 7494680
IMP              Diego Mellado Diego.mellado@cec.eu.int            1. Policy Support                                                      250 m Euro 1999-2006         National         MOTI
                 Ibrahim Laafia ibrahim.laafia@cec.eu.int          2. Intagrated TA to Companies
                                                                   3. BRC Network
                                                                   4. Financial instruemnts
                                                                   5. Quality
TEP-A            Diego Mellado Diego.mellado@cec.eu.int            Commercial Diplomacy, Trade Agreements                                 20 M Euro        2004 - 2007 National         Ministry of
                                                                   Compliance (WTO + EU Association Agreement),                                                                         Trade and
                                                                   Export Promotion, Trade Facilitation                                                                                 Industry




         SME Donor Committee, Indication of Financial and/or Technical Support                    Feb 2005, FINAL                                                                                            4/ 277
Name of Project    Contact Person   E-mail                              Nature of SME Support                               Funding      Duration    Geographic   Partner
                                                                                                                                                     location
FISC Rural         Karin            karin.johansson.@cec.eu.int         Credit to Farmers and Agri-food processors          18 M Euro    2004 - 2010 National     Ministry of
                   Johansson                                                                                                                                      Agriculture
FISC Social        Karin            karin.johansson.@cec.eu.int         Microfinance                                        17 M Euro    2004-2010   National     SFD
                   Johansson                                            Credit to SMEs
                                                                        Business Development Services
TVET               Karin            karin.johansson.@cec.eu.int         Assistance to the Reform of the Technical and       33 M Euro    2004-2011   National     Ministry of
                   Johansson                                            Vocational Education and Training System                                                  Trade and
                                                                                                                                                                  Industry
Research/          Ibrahim Laafia ibrahim.laafia@cec.eu.int             Enhance access to EU Research Frameworks +          Pipeline (11 2006-2009   National     Ministries of
Innovation                                                              Innovation                                          M Euro)                               HE&Science +
                                                                                                                                                                  ITC
Euromed            Ibrahim Laafia ibrahim.laafia@cec.eu.int             Capacity Building and networking activities among   7,2 M Euro   2006-2009   10 MEDA      Innovation
Innovation and                                                          Innovation intermediary organisations in the MEDA                            countries    institutions
Technology in                                                           region                                                                       icluding
SMEs                                                                                                                                                 Egypt




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Name of Project        Contact Person      E-mail                        Nature of SME Support                                              Funding          Duration       Geographic      Partner
                                                                                                                                                                            location
GTZ
4,D Gezira St. Zamalek
Tel.273 59 750
Fax: 273 82 981
SME Promotion          Dr. Natalija        Natalija.El-Hage@gtz.de       Provide BDS through capacity development of BDS 11 M Euro                           2005-2014      National        Ministry of
Project                El Hage             www.smepromotionegypt.info    providers (technology centers, chambers,                                                                           Trade and
                                                                         associations) in the sectors of Textile, Environmental                                                             Industry
                                                                         Technology & Services, Processed Fruit and
                                                                         Vegetables. Examples of BDS include technology
                                                                         transfer, business management, quality
                                                                         improvement, export readiness, technical upgrading.

Vocational Training    Bernhard Becker     bernhard.becker@gtz.de        Policy development on labor market, employment and youth            5.7 M Euro , 1.7 07/2007 -     Cairo - Giza,  Ministry of
and Employment                             mki@gtz-eg.com                issues, Regional cooperative support structures to improve          M Euro           06/2011       Dakhahliya     International
promotion (Mubarak                         www.mki-egypt.com             employability of youth, Environment for vocational guidance, skills                                Mansoura, Qena Cooperation, -
Kohl Initiative)                                                         training, vocational education and job placement .                                                                Education, - Trade
                                                                                                                                                                                           & Industry, -
                                                                                                                                                                                           Manpower &
                                                                                                                                                                                           Migration and
                                                                                                                                                                                           Investors‟
                                                                                                                                                                                           Association Union,
                                                                                                                                                                                           NGOs


Training of            Bernhard Becker     Bernhard.becker@gtz.de        Institutional development and modernization of staff training,     1.8 M Euro       05/2006 -      Cairo           Ministry of
technicians and                            mki@gtz-eg.com                Training programs for industrial technicians and                                    03/2007                        Industry, PVTD
vocational trainers                        www.mki-egypt.com             trainers/instructors of vocational institutes and companies



International Finance Coopearation (IFC)
Nile City Towers, North Tower, 24th Floor 2005C,
Corniche El Nil, Ramlet Boulac Cairo,
Egypt Tel: +20(2) 24619140/45/50 Fax: +20(2) 24619130/60

Business Start up      Thomas Moullier     TMoullier@ifc.org             To streamline administrative procedures related to business         US$899,095      10/01/2005 -   Alexandria      General Authority
Simplification                                                           registration, building licenses, industrial licenses, and operating                 12/01/2007                     for Investment and
Alexandria                                                               licenses to create simpler and more transparent processes for                                                      Free Zones and
                                                                         investors. It supports improvements through the introduction of                                                    the Governorate of
                                                                         new best practices such as automated processes, single access                                                      Alexandria
                                                                         points for businesses and transparent communication systems as
                                                                         well as building up civil servant capacity and efficiency.


Commercial               Gregory Rung      Grung@ifc.org                 Help CIB implement its retail and SME strategy.                    US$105,629       07/01/2006 -   Cairo           Commercial
International Bank -                                                                                                                                         12/31/2007                     International Bank
CIB2
Export Development     Bassim Ahmed        Bsharafeldin@ifc.org          Allow the Export Development Bank of Egypt to profitably          US$440,000        Completed -    Cairo           Export
Bank of Egypt          Sharafeldin                                       downscale its customer base thus increasing access to finance for                   10/01/2005                     Development Bank
                                                                         export-oriented SMEs.                                                                                              of Egypt




         SME Donor Committee, Indication of Financial and/or Technical Support                      Feb 2005, FINAL                                                                                              6/ 277
Name of Project        Contact Person     E-mail                         Nature of SME Support                                                 Funding      Duration       Geographic         Partner
                                                                                                                                                                           location
Egypt Corporate        Martin Steindl     Msteindl@ifc.org               To help build sustainable businesses in the MENA region through US$864,683         01/01/2006 -   Cairo              Inter alia: Egyptian
Governance Project                                                       improved corporate governance practices.                                           12/31/2007                        banks and
                                                                         More specifically, (i) companies and banks will amend existing or                                                    companies, the
                                                                         adopt new corporate governance frameworks, policies, and                                                             Egyptian Institute
                                                                         procedures, (ii) banks/investors will begin using corporate                                                          of Directors,
                                                                         governance as part of their client assessment, (iii) regulators will                                                 Universities,
                                                                         adopt codes, laws, and/or regulations (iv) local institutions will be                                                Government,
                                                                         capable of providing corporate governance training and advisory                                                      Egyptian Banking
                                                                         services, and finally (v) the awareness for the "business case for                                                   Institute
                                                                         corporate governance" will be increased.


New Cairo Waste        Jean la Prevotte   jlaprevotte@ifc.org            To advise the Ministry of Finance on a Public-Private Partnership US$324,828       12/01/2006 -   Cairo              Ministry of
                                                                         (PPP) in the concessioning of a wastewater treatment plant for                     03/31/2008                        Finance,
                                                                         New Cairo, a new urban development in the outskirts. The Project                                                     Government of
                                                                         objectives include: (i) providing adequate wastewater treatment for                                                  Egypt
                                                                         the population of New Cairo; (ii) implementing a model PPP
                                                                         transaction in the urban services area which can then be
                                                                         replicated in other parts of the water sector; (iii) avoiding or
                                                                         reducing the fiscal burden of building new infrastructure; and (iv)
                                                                         putting in place a regulatory framework which assures
                                                                         sustainability of the Project and future PPP schemes. The Project
                                                                         will ensure an adequate treatment of waste water in New Cairo to
                                                                         meet the needs of the growing urban development.


Credit Bureau EgyptBassim Ahmed           BSharafeldin@ifc.org           To help establish iScore, the first private credit bureau in Egypt.   US$232,000   Completed -    Cairo              iScore
                   Sharafeldin                                                                                                                              04/01/2006
SIWA Women Artisan Carmen                 cniethammer@ifc.org            The Siwa Women Artisanship project is one of four components of US$175,000         Completed -    Siwa Oasis         Environment
Project            Niethammer                                            the larger EBFP SIWA Oasis project, which has both investment                      03/30/2007                        Quality
                                                                         and capacity building activities aimed at helping to preserve the                                                    International (EQI)
                                                                         delicate environmental and cultural balance of the Siwan Oasis'
                                                                         threatened ecosystem. In addition to women's artisanship, the
                                                                         project focuses on ecotourism, sustainable agriculture, and
                                                                         renewable energy sectors in Siwa. The Siwa Women Artisanship
                                                                         component aims to provide the indigenous Siwan women with
                                                                         marketable skills and foster entrepreneurship within the Siwan
                                                                         culture.


Business Edge Egypt    Michel M. V.       MBotzung@ifc.org               To provide access to tailored management training for 10,000        US$345,000     Completed -    Cairo, Sohag,      American
                       Botzung                                           Egyptian SME owners/managers. The intended development                             06/30/2007     Mansoura,          Chamber of
                                                                         impact is strengthened SME performance through improved                                           Menya,             Commerce,
                                                                         operational and business management skills.The project seeks to                                   Alexandria, Port   COSPE, EAAC,
                                                                         achieve the following intermediary outcomes: a) -Enhanced                                         Said, Hurgada      Integrated
                                                                         capacity of local training firms to deliver commercially viable SME                               and Ain Sokona     Management
                                                                         management training, b) - Increased demand for management                                                            Consultancy - IMC,
                                                                         training amongst Egyptian companies.                                                                                 AB and
                                                                                                                                                                                              Associates, Hands-
                                                                                                                                                                                              On Management


Italian Cooperation,




         SME Donor Committee, Indication of Financial and/or Technical Support                      Feb 2005, FINAL                                                                                                  7/ 277
Name of Project        Contact Person       E-mail                               Nature of SME Support                                                     Funding         Duration    Geographic       Partner
                                                                                                                                                                                       location
1079 Corniche el Nil, Garden City, Cairo.
Tel +20 2 2 7920873/4 Fax +20 2 2 7956904
Mr. Nino Merola, Director of the Office for Development Cooperation - Italian Embassy
segreteriautl.cairo@esteri.it
                       Ms. Giovanna
                       Santaniello,                                                                                                                                 1998-2007 (The
                       UN Fellow at the                                             The financial assistance, executed by UNIDO Investment
                                                                                                                                                             €      line has been
                       Italian                                                      Promotion Uniti, is provided through a Line of Credit made
                                                                                                                                                      15.493.706,97 reactivated on
Integrated support to Cooperation            giovanna.santaniello@esteri.it         available by the Italian Government and managed by the Egyptian
                                                                                                                                                       through the March 13th       Nationwide          UNIDO IPU
the Egyptian SMEs      Office                m.potecchi@unido.org                   banking system for the purchase of Italian made machinery for the
                                                                                                                                                         bilateral  2006 for the
                       At UNIDO IPU:                                                industrial production. Technical assistance and training courses
                                                                                                                                                         channel    residual amount
                       Mr. Marco                                                    are provided for obtaining industrial patents.
                                                                                                                                                                    of 10M €)
                       Potecchi; UNIDO
                       IPU Officer in

                       Ms. Giovanna
                       Santaniello,
                       UN Fellow at the
                       Italian
                       Cooperation
                                                                                 The project is composed of a Credit Line for Egyptian small private
                       Office
                                                                                 enterprises, destined to the import of goods and services of Italian
                       At SEDO:
                                                                                 origin. The credit is disbursed through the financial institutions that   €
Financial Support to   Mr. Yasser Abdel giovanna.santaniello@esteri.it
                                                                                 participate in the program of the SFD/ SEDO. SEDO provides                12,911,422.48
the Social Fund for    Wahab, Assistant yasso@sfdegypt.org                                                                                                                 2000-2007   Nationwide       SFD
                                                                                 technical assistance (feasibility studies, procurement facilities,        through the
Development            to the SEDO      anasreldin@sfdegypt.org
                                                                                 business plans). The project aims at creating a rotating fund that        SFD/ SEDO
                       General Director
                                                                                 will guarantee future sustainability of the activities envisaged by
                       Mr. Ahmed Nasr
                                                                                 the project.
                       El Din, Deputy
                       Manager of
                       Integrated
                       Industries Dept.




                                                                                 The initiative is related to the implementation of part of a wider
                       At Ministry of
                                                                                 project for the creation of a Leather City in Robaiki area, where
                       Industry:
                                                                                 about 320 small, medium and large private tanneries, currently            L.E.
                       Ms. Marina
Robbiki Leather City                                                             located in Old Cairo, will be relocated. Objective: elimination of        162,030,000.00              Governorate of   Ministry of Foreign
                       Scateni, Head of     mscateni@mfti.gov.eg                                                                                                          2004-2007
Project                                                                          one of the major sources of pollution in Old Cairo; reorganization        grant through               Cairo            Trade and Industry
                       the Technical
                                                                                 of leather enterprises to encourage and support a marketable and          the Debt Swap
                       Office of the
                                                                                 competitive production, both at local and international level, within
                       Project
                                                                                 the new Leather Industrial Park.




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Name of Project       Contact Person    E-mail                           Nature of SME Support                                             Funding      Duration      Geographic        Partner
                                                                                                                                                                      location
JICA
World Trade Center 1191 Corniche El Nil, Beaulac tel:25748240, 41, 42
Fax: 25748243
Foreign Trade         Izumi Shoji       Jicaeg@jica.go.jp,               Technical support on establishing and development of Foreign      Phase1:JPY12 Phase 1:      Cairo             Ministry of Trade
Training Center       Sherif Ahmed      Shoji.Izumi@jica.go.jp,          Trade Training Center (FTTC).                                     0M                                           and Industry
Project (Phase2)      Yousri            Sherif.Eg@jica.go.jp

                                                                         The center provides training courses to SMEs who would like to                 02-04                           Foreign Trade
                                                                         go into export business. The course is called "Going for                                                       Training Center
                                                                         Export" and JICA project contributed to the content of it.        Phase2:JPY17 Phase 2
                                                                                                                                           0M
                                                                                                                                                        05-08
Policy Advisor to     Izumi Shoji       Jicaeg@jica.go.jp,               Policy development for export development and capacity building   JPY200M      06-09         Cairo             Ministry of Trade
Minister and Egyptian Sherif Ahmed      Shoji.Izumi@jica.go.jp,          for Egypitan Export Promotion Center (EEPC).                                                                   and Industry
Export Promotion      Yousri            Sherif.Eg@jica.go.jp
Center Project

Productivity and      Izumi Shoji       Jicaeg@jica.go.jp,               Technical support on productivity and qualityimprovement through JPY200M       07-10         Cairo, Alex, 10th Ministry of Trade
Quality Improvement   Sherif Ahmed      Shoji.Izumi@jica.go.jp,          capactiy development of KAIZEN Center, which is established                                  of Ramadan, 6th and Industry
Center Project        Yousri            Sherif.Eg@jica.go.jp             under Technical Development Sector of Minitsry of Trade and                                  of October
                                                                         Industry.
Japan Bank for
International
Cooperation (JBIC)

Tel: 02-7383608/09
Fax: 02-7383607




                      Mr. Gen
                                                                                                                                                                                    Social Fund for
Social Fund for       Yoneda             g-yoneda@jbic.go.jp                                                                                                          Upper Egypt
                                                                         Provision of loans for small scale enterprises to promote                                                  Development(S
Development                                                                                                                                JPY 5,194 M 2002-2008      and Sinai and
                                                                         enterpreneurship and the creation of job oppotunties                                                       EDO) with NBE
Project               Ms. Mayada         mayad-mr@jbic.go.jp                                                                                                          Suez Canal
                                                                                                                                                                                    and BOA
                      Magdy

KfW
Cairo Office, 4,D
Gezira St. Zamalek
Tel 02-27367496
Fax 02-27363702
Egyptian German       Andreas            amr.abouelazm@kfw.de,           1) Refinancing facility for NGOs and 2) Guarantee facility for    EUR 5 M      2005 - 2008   National          SFD
Microfinance Best     Holtkotte, Amr                                     banks and 3)TA for both Banks and NGOs
                                         Andreas.Holtkotte@Kfw.de
Practices Program     Abou Elazm




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Name of Project        Contact Person   E-mail                           Nature of SME Support                                                Funding       Duration      Geographic       Partner
                                                                                                                                                                          location
UNDP
World Trade Center 1191 Corniche El Nil, Beaulac tel: 3949040/15
Fax: 5784847
Ms. Ghada Waly
Economic Research      ERF - IDRC -     Officer name: Ghada Waly         This projects promotes and funds policy relevant economic            959, 216 (WB: 2002-2006     Cairo            Economic
Forum (Phase II)       IBIRD                                             research on the region as defined by the title. It brings together   629852, IDRC:                                Research Forum
                                        Phone: 394-9040/15               researchers specializing in regional website to provide a            290,652)
                                        Fax: 578-4847                    knowledge base for development.
                                        E.mail:ghada.waly@undp.org
Social Fund For        SFD - UNDP       Officer name: Ghada Waly         Institutional development and modernization of SFD fostered in       64,085,634     2004-2008    All governorates Social Fund for
Development-SFD                                                          order to render it a sustainable organization reflecting its new     (SFD:63,885,63                               Development
(Phase III)                             Phone: 394-9040/15               mandate as an employment agency and providing financial and          4
                                        Fax: 578-4847                    non-financial service to the poor and unemployed. The project will   UNDP:
                                                                         achieve this by providing SFD with institutional and technical       200,000)
                                        E.mail:ghada.waly@undp.org
                                                                         support coupled with innovative and methodological approaches
                                                                         that can strengthen SFD‟s capabilities in the development and
                                                                         implementation of programmes/ projects in a new business
                                                                         oriented approach enabling SFD to achieve and maintain its
                                                                         effectiveness and sustainability.


Building a National   USAID - KfW -     Officer name: Ghada Waly         Aims to marshal government efforts toward the development of a       259,555       2003 - 2005   Cairo            Egyptian Banking
Strategy for          UNDP                                               mature microfinance industry.                                        (UNDP: 72,619                                Institute
Microfinance in Egypt                   Phone: 394-9040/15                                                                                    USAID, KfW:
                                        Fax: 578-4847                                                                                         186936)
                                        E.mail:ghada.waly@undp.org
GMA Egypt Award        UNCDF            Officer name: Ghada Waly          The project recognizes and celebrates the contributions that    30,000 (UNDP) 2005 - 2005       All governorates N/A Directly
                                                                         microentrepreneurs make to the world economy. it highlight best                                                   Exceuted by
                                                                         practices in microentrepreneurship, raises awareness about                                                        UNDP
                                        Phone: 394-9040/15               microfinance, builds awareness and support within the investment
                                                                         and donors communities by highlighting to the world the talents
                                        Fax: 578-4847
                                                                         and contributions of micoentrepreneurs, and creates the next
                                        E.mail:ghada.waly@undp.org       generation of microfinance networks, including political and
                                                                         financial leaders, opinion shapers, students, practioners and
                                                                         communities

Business Enterprise    SFD - UNDP       Officer name: Ghada Waly         The project aims at demonstrating best practices in supporting   2,774,879     2002 - 2006       Giza, Minia, Beni Social Fund for
Support Tools-BEST                                                       micro & small business through self-sustainable business support (UNDP:2,504,8                   Suef, Fayoum      Development
                                        Phone: 394-9040/15               center model integrated approaches to job creation.              79
                                        Fax: 578-4847                                                                                     SFD: 270,000)
                                        E.mail:ghada.waly@undp.org
Promoting              USAID            Officer name: Ghada Waly         The project aims at expanding policy and the economic and socio- 499,985           2003 - 2006   Cairo            Economic
Competitiveness In                      Phone: 394-9040/15               cultural knowledge of the informal and Medium and Small          (USAID)                                          Research Forum
The Micro&Small                                                          Enterprise sector in Egypt
                                        Fax: 578-4847
Enterprise Sector In
Egypt                                   E.mail:ghada.waly@undp.org




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Name of Project       Contact Person      E-mail                             Nature of SME Support                                                    Funding       Duration     Geographic       Partner
                                                                                                                                                                                 location
ICT to Foster Egypt‟s ICT Trust Fund      Officer name: Sherif El Tokali     The program aims at fighting poverty through the usage of                10,893,712     2002-2007   All governorates Ministry of
Sustainable Human     (Italian Debt                                          Information Technology and Communication. The programme                  (GoE:390,476,                               Communication
Development           Swap)                                                  comprises five components: a) ICT Unit visits to schools and             ICT Trust Fund                              and Information
                                          Phone: 394-9037/15                 community centres in remote parts of Egypt to teach local people         10,503,236)                                 Technology
                                                                             basic computer skills and Internet skills. b) Community
                                          Fax:578-4847
                                                                             Development Portal, serving as a repository of information on
                                          E.mail:sherif.el.tokali@undp.org   issues of interest to citizens and local communities. c) IT for
                                                                             Illiteracy Eradication CD to use multimedia CD-ROM technology to
                                                                             teach people to read and write. d) Community Knowledge
                                                                             Generation E-Library, which holds information in digital formats


Supporting ITI        ICT Trust Fund      Officer name: Sherif El Tokali     The purpose of this project is to support ITI activities in order to 205,000 (ICT      2002-2008    Cairo            Information
Activities - Egypt    (Italian Debt                                          provide the Egyptian public and private labour market with highly Fund)                                              Technology
                      Swap)                                                  qualified IT professionals and entrepreneurs.                                                                        Institute ITI -
                                          Phone: 394-9037/15                 Description: The scope of work of this project includes: a)                                                          Ministry of
                                                                             providing ITI training courses to fresh graduates, b) increasing the                                                 Communication
                                          Fax:578-4847
                                                                             capacity of ITI in planning and delivering quality IT training                                                       and Information
                                          E.mail:sherif.el.tokali@undp.org   courses, c) establishing M&E standards for basic IT training, and                                                    Technology
                                                                             d) supporting the monitoring

Support Egypt's     ICT Trust Fund        Officer name: Sherif El Tokali     The objective of this project is to increase the visibility of Egypt‟s 254,000         2002-2007    Cairo            Ministry of
Networking,         (Italian Debt                                            IT partnerships and development efforts, in order to promote local (GoE: 250.000                                     Communication
Knowledge Sharing   Swap)                                                    and international partnerships through massive engagement in           UNDP : 4,000)                                 and Information
and Best Practices                        Phone: 394-9037/15                 World Summit on Information Society (WSIS) and national follow                                                       Technology
through massive                                                              up.
                                          Fax:578-4847
Engagement in WSIS
and National Follow                       E.mail:sherif.el.tokali@undp.org
up

Comprehensive         Ministry of         Officer name: Sherif El Tokali     The project aims to establish a sustainable and comprehensive            1,965,474     1996-2005    Cairo - Luxor    Ministry of Housing
Development for the   Housing Utilities   Phone: 394-9037/15                 vision for the future of Luxor city. This will involve the development   (GoE :                                      Utilities and Urban
City of Luxor         and Urban                                              of fundable public investment projects, which will attract private       1,080,570                                   Development
                                          Fax:578-4847
                      Development -                                          investments as well as support from international and national           UNDP: 843,05)
                      UNDP                                                   donors/financial institutions. The project will also help build the
                                                                             institutional capacity of the Higher Council for Luxor City for
                                          E.mail:sherif.el.tokali@undp.org   management of sustainable development.



Poverty Reduction     UNDP                Officer name: Ghada Waly           The purpose of this project is to assist the Government of Egypt to 137,750            2003-2005    Cairo            Economic
Action Plan                                                                  produce a Poverty Reduction Action Plan (PRAP). In this respect (UNDP)                                               Research Forum
                                          Phone: 394-9040/15                 of the PRAP will set out the objectives and measures for concrete
                                          Fax: 578-4847                      interventions that are based on three overall basic goals:
                                                                             Achievement of economic growth, creation of job opportunities
                                                                             and expansion of the economic opportunities for the poor by
                                                                             remedying the structural causes of poverty, focusing on the
                                                                             prevention of poverty and providing sustainable means of
                                                                             livelihood; enhancement of the capacities of the poor; increasing
                                                                             their assets and the returns derived from such assets, towards
                                                                             more equity by improving the social, productive and economic
                                                                             conditions of the poor and those who are close to the poverty line;
                                                                             reduction of the suffering and vulnerability of the poor by
                                                                             supporting the Social Safety Nets (SSN) and link anti-poverty
                                                                             action plan with MDGs at all administrative levels of the country.




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Poverty Reduction                                                       The purpose of this project is to assist the Government of Egypt to 137,750
Action Plan                                                             produce a Poverty Reduction Action Plan (PRAP). In this respect (UNDP)
Name of Project      Contact Person    E-mail                           Nature of SME Support objectives and measures for concrete Funding
                                                                        of the PRAP will set out the                                                            Duration    Geographic       Partner
                                                                        interventions that are based on three overall basic goals:                                          location
                                                                        Achievement of economic growth, creation of job opportunities
                                       E.mail:ghada.waly@undp.org
                                                                        and expansion of the economic opportunities for the poor by
                                                                        remedying the structural causes of poverty, focusing on the
                                                                        prevention of poverty and providing sustainable means of
                                                                        livelihood; enhancement of the capacities of the poor; increasing
                                                                        their assets and the returns derived from such assets, towards
                                                                        more equity by improving the social, productive and economic
                                                                        conditions of the poor and those who are close to the poverty line;
                                                                        reduction of the suffering and vulnerability of the poor by
                                                                        supporting the Social Safety Nets (SSN) and link anti-poverty
                                                                        action plan with MDGs at all administrative levels of the country.




Strengthening        Ministry of       Officer name:                    UNDP has been supporting MCIT since 2000 through Project                 11,943,080     2000-2008   All goveronarets Ministry of
Capacity Of The      Communication                                      00012346, which is actually a programme of related projects. The         (MCIT :                                     Communication
Ministry Of          and Information   Phone:                           initial project was formulated in 2000 when MCIT was a newly-            11,783,080                                  and Information
Communications And   Technology        Fax:                             formed ministry. It has since undergone rapid growth and                 UNDP                                        Technology
Information                                                             transition in accordance with its growing capabilities to fulfil its     :160,000)
                                       E.mail:
Technology                                                              mandate. UNDP support has also been flexible. A substantive
                                                                        revision in 2003 reflected the fact that initial studies and plans had
                                                                        been completed and refined and needed to be given concrete
                                                                        expression; hence the 2003 changes to the project document.
                                                                        Now 2005 marks another shift as results of project activities
                                                                        unfold, revealing new related needs. It is estimated that 2 years
                                                                        (July 2005 – June 2007) will see the completion of the intentions of
                                                                        the project. UNDP has played a key role in supporting the
                                                                        technical expertise that was needed to establish the CIT
                                                                        infrastructure and in this project extension is continuing to enable
                                                                        successful implementation of the Government of Egypt‟s Strategic
                                                                        Master Plan for Telecommunications.



Technical Vocational Ministry of Foreign Officer name: Ghada Waly       Aims at assisting the establishment of Project Managemenr Unit           225,649        2003-2005   Cairo            Ministry of Foreign
Education & Training Trade and                                          (PMU) for TVET and the Skills Development Project                        (GoE:170,649                                Trade and Industry
Reform Programme Industry - UNDP                                                                                                                 UNDP:55,000)
TVET

                                       Phone: 394-9040/15
                                       Fax: 578-4847
                                       E.mail:ghada.waly@undp.org
TVT Reform Policy    Ministry of Foreign Officer name: Ghada Waly       Aims at assisting the establishment of Project Managemenr Unit           137,750       2004-2005    Cairo            Ministry of Foreign
Programme            Trade and                                          (PMU) for TVET and the Skills Development Project                        (GoE:137,750)                               Trade and Industry
                     Industry - UNDP

                                       Phone: 394-9040/15
                                       Fax: 578-4847
                                       E.mail:ghada.waly@undp.org
UNIDO - United Nations Industrial Development Organization




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Name of Project       Contact Person      E-mail                                    Nature of SME Support                                                       Funding         Duration             Geographic        Partner
                                                                                                                                                                                                     location
2 Latin America Street, Garden City
2794-3477; 2794-1993; Fax: 2792 1199
Ongoing Projects
Assistance to the     Mr. Paul Makin;    P.Makin@unido.org L.Cartini@unido.org      The project provides technical support to the „Footwear and                 Co-funded by    Phase 1: 3+1   Cairo                   SFD
Small-Scale Leather   Ms. Lucia Cartini,                                            Leather Industry Service Center‟ (FLISC) of SFD. The software               SFD and the     years
based industry -      UNIDO Office                                                  and hardware of FLISC will be upgraded and expanded to enable               Swiss           (completed end
FLISC                 Egypt                                                         the center to provide its clients with a variety of services in the field   Government.     of 2002)
                                                                                    of footwear and leather goods manufacture. The second phase                 Phase 1: USD
                                                                                    also includes a clustering component.                                       827.000


                                                                                    Discussions are ongoing to merge FLISC with the Leather                     Phase 2: USD    Phase 2: Started
                                                                                    Technology Centre (LTC) operated by the Ministry of Trade and               973.800         July 2003 till end
                                                                                    Industry.                                                                                   of 2007

Egyptian National     Mr. Paul Makin;    P.Makin@unido.org L.Cartini@unido.org      The Centre offers a range of demand-driven services aiming at     US$ 2 million             started in 2004, Based in Cairo        Ministry of Trade
Cleaner Production    Ms. Lucia Cartini,                                            enhancing the productitivity, competitiveness and environmental   (Austria and              duration 3 years with nationwide       and Industry, GTZ
Center                UNIDO Office                                                  performance of Egyptian enterprises. It also promotes investments Switzerland)                               coverage
                      Egypt                                                         in environmentally sound technologies and coordinates existing
                                                                                    national cleaner production efforts.




                                                                                                                                                                                                     Based in Cairo    GAFI, Italian
                                                                                    The project provides technical assistance to Small and Medium                                                    with nationwide   Cooperation
                                                                                    Enterprises through:(I) The preparation of industrial Business                                                   coverage
                     Mr. Marco                                                      Plan; (II) The promotion of industrial projects and the identification
Investment Promotion
                     Potecchi; Officer    m.potecchi@unido.org                      of potential partners; (III) The assistance in the preparation, € 600,000                   2006- 2008
Unit (IPU)
                     in Charge                                                      formulation and negotiation of Joint Ventures and other forms of
                                                                                    industrial cooperation;(IV) Analysis of technical-financial feasibility
                                                                                    and the identification of resources for funding.

Traceability of Agro    Mr. Paul Makin;    P.Makin@unido.org L.Cartini@unido.org The project is designed to support Egyptian exporters of agro and              Government of   3 years.       Based in Cairo          Ministry of Trade
Industrial Products for Ms. Lucia Cartini,                                       agro-industrial products to Europe to comply with the new                      Egypt through   Implementation with nationwide         and Industry and
the European Market UNIDO Office                                                 European regulation on food safety and circulation (Regulation no.             the Italian-    was initiated  coverage                IMC
                        Egypt                                                    178/2002) which came into force as of January 1, 2005. Among                   Egyptian Debt   July 2004.
                                                                                 the principles, the regulation introduces the concept of traceability          Swap. Amount:
                                                                                 defined as “the ability to trace and follow a food, feed, food-                LE 18.072.060
                                                                                 processing animal or substances intended to be, or expected to be
                                                                                 incorporated into a food or feed, through all stages of production,
                                                                                 processing and distribution”.


        Hard Pipeline Projects




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Name of Project       Contact Person    E-mail                                   Nature of SME Support                                            Funding          Duration         Geographic       Partner
                                                                                                                                                                                    location
Promotion of Export   Mr. Paul Makin;    P.Makin@unido.org L.Cartini@unido.org   The proposed program would follow a methodology that can be        US $ 900,000   3 years            Nationwide     IMC and Ministry of
Consortia of SME      Ms. Lucia Cartini,                                         summarized in the following points:                                               (implementation                   Trade and Industry
                      UNIDO Office                                               Identification of groups of SMEs for the creation of export                       will start as soon
                      Egypt                                                      consortia in various sectors;                                                     as funding
                                                                                 Assistance to existing SME export networks;                                       arrangements
                                                                                 Institutional capacity building through training of consortia                     have been
                                                                                 promoters;                                                                        finalized)
                                                                                 Promotion of an enabling institutional and regulatory environment;
                                                                                 Benchmarking of international practice.
SME Cluster           Mr. Paul Makin;    P.Makin@unido.org L.Cartini@unido.org   UNIDO proposes an intervention based on the following steps: US $ 1,200,000       4 years            Depending on   Egyptian Export
Development           Ms. Lucia Cartini,                                         Identification of industrial clusters in various sectors;                         (implementation the clusters      Promotion Centre,
                      UNIDO Office                                               Technical assistance to existing industrial districts through                     will start as soon selected.      IMC, Ministry of
                      Egypt                                                      strengthening of their inner structures; diagnosis of structural                  as funding                        Trade and Industry
                                                                                 problems, identification of development strategies, implementation                arrangements
                                                                                 of development plans, and networking among enterprises;                           have been
                                                                                 technical assistance to National counterparts to review legislative               finalized)
                                                                                 framework to support industrial clusters.




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Name of Project     Contact Person      E-mail                           Nature of SME Support                                           Funding          Duration        Geographic       Partner
                                                                                                                                                                          location
USAID
USAID SME Project   Magdi Khalil /      rzayat@usaid.gov                 USAID SME Project supported 7 foundations serving as financial US $44 million    Closed 3/2000   7 Governorates   MIC, 7
                    Rizkallah Zayyat,                                    intermediaries for SME loans Financial intermediaries                                                             Governorates
                    USAID/Cairo

USAID Small         Magdi Khalil /      rzayat@usaid.gov                 USAID Small Enterprise Credit Project (SECP) expands credit to US $35 million    Through 2006    7 Governorates   MIC, 7
Enterprise Credit   Rizkallah Zayyat,                                    SMEs through private banks and financial intermediaries                                                           Governorates
Project (SECP)      USAID/Cairo

USAID Banking       Magdi Khalil /      rzayat@usaid.gov                 USAID Banking Credit Guarantee Fund (BCGF) supports loan        LE 150 million   Through 2007    Nationwide       MIC, CGC
Credit Guarantee    Rizkallah Zayyat,                                    guarantees to SMEs and health care providers through the Credit
Fund (BCGF)         USAID/Cairo                                          Guarantee Corp. (CGC)



USAID Small and     Magdi Khalil /      rzayat@usaid.gov                 USAID Small and Emerging Business Project (SEB) supports       US$86.6 million Through 2007      Nationwide       National Council
Emerging Business   Rizkallah Zayyat,                                    Egyptian Banks, NGOs, and CDAs in providing both financial and                                                    for Women
Project (SEB)       USAID/Cairo                                          non financial services to SMEs. SEB also supports the National                                                    (NCW), MIC,
                                                                         Council for Women in providing BDS to women entrepreneurs                                                         CGC, Banque du
                                                                         through the Women‟s Business Development Center (WBDC).                                                           Caire,ABA, LEAD
                                                                                                                                                                                           Foundation, other
                                                                                                                                                                                           partners TBD




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Dear Mr Bas Auer,

Sorry for reacting a bit late, but please find attached the corrected data on EU projects in the area of private sector developmen
Best Regards,

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-----Original Message-----
From: eman.omran@international.gc.ca [mailto:eman.omran@international.gc.ca]
Sent: mercredi 12 janvier 2005 16:59
To: reham.elkhayat@undp.org; ggoodwin@idrc.org.eg; ggoodwin@sme.gov.eg; DArafa@idrc.org.eg; nyehia@sme.gov.eg; eka
Cc: bas_auer@eqi.com.eg; t_meehy@entrust-dmc.com
Subject: SME Donor Support Table

Dear M/SME Donor Sub-group:

As a follow-up to today's meeting, attached please find the updated donor support table. Kindly validat

The Minutes of the meeting will be disbributed shortly. Meanwhile, please mark your calenders for the ne

Sincerely,

Eman Omran, Chair (CIDA) and Ghada Wali, Co-Chair (UNDP)
he area of private sector development.
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r support table. Kindly validate the information by sending your comments to Bas Auer, CIDA's PSD Advisor, by Ja

mark your calenders for the next meeting which is scheduled on Tuesday, February 15th, 2005 at UNDP (World T
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er, CIDA's PSD Advisor, by January 20th. He is copied on this e-mail for easy reference.

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