This document contains the Preliminary Report for SYPE 2009. Responding to a dearth of data on youth in Egypt, the Population Council conducted a comprehensive situation analysis of Egyptian adolescents and young people: the Survey of Young People in Egypt (SYPE) 2009, which covered a nationally representative sample of 15,029 young people aged 10–29. SYPE collected data on the five key life transitions of education, work, family formation; health; and civic and political participation. This preliminary report presents initial findings related to the principal issues covered in the survey. This report provides some of the preliminary findings from SYPE on young people’s health-related issues, education experience and attainment, employment status and livelihood options, migration, family formation, and civic participation.
"Survey of Young People in Egypt (SYPE) 2009—Preliminary Report." Cairo: Population Council, 2010.
Survey of Young People in Egypt