In order to meet the set targets of the project, it is critical that the implementation has full support and backing of the key authorities. Extensive stakeholder consultations have already been conducted during the project preparatory phase to secure this support. These consultations are still being conducted as a continuing process throughout the implementation phase.
The targeted private sector entities in the measures promoting public-partnerships are obvious stakeholders. The NGOs are also Project implementation partners and potential beneficiaries.
The following list of stakeholders is involved into the project activities in order to reach its primary beneficiaries - the city residents.
- Ministry of Transport (MoT)
- Ministry of Housing, Utilities and Urban Development
- The General Organization of Physical Planning (GOPP)
- The New Urban Communities Authority (NUCA)
- Cairo Transport Authority (CTA)
- Cairo Governorate
- Giza Governorate
- Menoufeya Governorate
- Fayoum Governorate
- Cairo Metro Organization (CMO)
- Cairo Traffic Engineering Bureau (CTEB)
- General Authority for Roads, Bridges and Land Transport (GARBLT)
- Greater Cairo Bus Company (GCBC)
- Ministry of Interior (MoI)
- Local Traffic Police
- Ministry of Investment
- Social Fund for Development (SFD)
- Private bus operators and manufacturers
- Bicycle manufacturers, sellers and repair shops
- The media
- The GEF Small Grants Programme (SGP)
- The GEF Small Grants Programme (SGP) in Egypt is participating in the financing of some of the pilot project activities that are being implemented by local NGOs in Menfoia and Fayoum Governorates. The STP has developed and implementing a communication and environmental Awareness program in the two governorates in cooperation with SGP-funded NGOs.
NGOs in Menoufeya
- The “Takwa” Association
- The Egyptian Association for the Advancement of Women and Children
NGOs in Fayoum
- The Arab Association for Human Development and Community Services.
- The Environment Protection Association