Gender equality requires the empowerment of both sexes with a focus on identifying and confronting imbalances in power, giving each member of society more autonomy to manage their lives and the right of every member of society to live in dignity and be free from need, fear and violence. Gender equality is also a condition. To advance development and reduce poverty rates. The empowerment of women contributes positively to the health and productivity of all communities, small and large, and this in turn improves opportunities for future generations. Thus, we work to provide quality education for male and female students. The university has adopted educational programs to achieve gender equality. It also worked to grant leadership positions in the middle leadership of the university to approximately (35) positions of females working in the university and its formations.