The Egyptian population had been witnessing different tough economic and political changes that had been challenging the social conditions for the Egyptians. Egyptians had been suffering for a very long time from the rise of the rates of poverty, which had been creating a very limited focus on the social and individual development. From the year of 1995 until the year of 2000, that had been declined within the rates of the inequalities between urban and rural areas. However, despite of the decline within inequalities, the disparity among the two regions, it had been ensured that there still huge need for the distribution of the factors of production and resources. However, in spite of the fact that the number of the people within the rural areas in Egypt in 2014 had been exceeding the amount of 47,472,904, the amount of the poor people from the rural areas had been recognized to be 15,333,748. This means that more than the 32% of the entire people from the rural areas had been experiencing huge rates all poverty (IFAD, 2015). The different factors that had been causing growth of the poverty in the rural areas in Egypt are the future focus upon the large cities of the central government, considering the rural areas in Egypt to be less productive and profitable to be invested in, and the lack of the governmental strong agencies. The different consequences that had been resulted from the growth of the poverty in the rural areas in Egypt internal and external migration, lack of the contribution of the people of the rural areas within the national development, and the deterioration of the house identification system within those related areas (Elmenofi, El Bilali, & Berjan, 2014). This essay presents different solutions and alternative paths that can be followed for the solving of the problem of growth of the poverty in the rural areas in Egypt.