Eslam Elsayed is an Egyptian researcher. Born in 1992, he currently resides in Berlin, Germany. Elsayed has received his B.Sc. of Finance and Investment from the faculty of Economics and Political science of Misr university for science and technology in Egypt. He also received his M.Sc. Degree in World Economics at Friedrich Schiller University Jena in Germany.
Elsayed is an Ambassador of an Arabic NGO at the European Union (EU) and United Nations (UN). He is the founder and CEO of ER Community in Berlin and Vice-SG for Finance at IMENA MUN.
In 2012. Elsayed received an award in "Our Money" Conference for his suggested plan to fight against corruption. Moreover, He was the head of the political department of the student union by-election.
In addition to that, Elsayed represented Egypt at the Vienna Energy Forum 2015 in the UN. According to Elsayed " It was a very good experience for me and a great opportunity to get united with more than 75 prime ministers from all over the world and discuss different subjects".
In 2016, the Master thesis of Elsayed was published by an important publisher as a book titled "The Hidden Role of WB and IMF in Developing Countries". The book is currently available for sale in over than 40 countries and more than 15 online Bookstores.
I always believe fully in the quote “We have and We can”. The developing countries have all the prerequisites and potentials to prosper. However, achieving a healthy growth of these nations requires serious interventions and actions.
There are different obstacles and challenges facing the developing world especially in some key areas, such as management of natural resources, income inequality, education and international trade..........and so on so forth