The National Council for Women works to enhance the status of Egyptian women and maximize their contribution to Egypt’s growth and development. It focuses on narrowing the socioeconomic gender gaps and addressing women’s strategic needs, including social, economic, and
If you properly educate women, you have educated a generation. This is the significance of women in any society. In Egypt women constitute about 52% of the population and a society in which women are underprivileged can never realize sustainable development. Because this is our belief, we at ARTOC have regularly supported the National Council for Women as well as the First Lady's initiative: The Suzanne Mubarak Women's International Peace Movement. The SMWIPM is an international organization that aims to achieve sustainable peace and human security. Children and youths are just as   important, they represent the future of any nation. We nurture them by investing in programs to bring them music, art, theatre and sports. ARTOC also supports the Suzanne Mubarak Children's Museum, as well as the Egyptian Council for Childhood, Culture and Arts – which organizes the annual International Nile Song Festival for Children.
  ARTOC also supported the International Youth Forum in Sharm El Sheikh which was attended by over 1,000 people of whom around 800 were aged between 18 and 25 from over 113 countries.


political empowerment. The Council proposes public policy for Egyptian society and its constitutional institutions concerning the empowerment of women. It creates plans to carry out its mandate and monitor the implementation through the intensive efforts of its various committees, branch offices, and General Secretariat.