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Monday, 21 May 2018

Gov’t to launch phase two of the 200 PPP schools program

Gov’t to launch phase two of the 200 PPP schools program: The EFG-GEMS partnership comes as the Education Ministry plans to issue tenders for phase two of the government’s program to develop 200 schools under a public-private partnership framework, head of the ministry’s PPP unit Amany El Far tells Al Mal. The second phase is set to include the development of the Nile international schools, she adds. Nile international schools are a series of government owned institutions that aim to offer international school education at affordable prices. Seven companies have already been tapped to take part in phase one of the program, including El Gazeera, the Middle East Education Services Group, and CIRA (the last of which has said it hopes to list on the EGX sometime in 4Q2018.)

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