The Egyptian Space Agency (EgSA) has launched since a few days one of its important initiatives in cooperation with the Ministry of Youth and Sports in order to spread the awareness of culture of space in Egypt.
The ESA seeks strongly to localize the studies of sciences and technologies of space and astronomy so it offered a number of various training programs and affecting initiatives such as “Space for You” in cooperation with the Ministry of Youth and Sports.
The last program was” Egypt’s Asteroid” which is a social initiative offered by the ESA in cooperation with the Ministry of Youth and Sports and the media sponsorship offered by “next move” company.
The program of Egypt’s Asteroid aims at spreading space technology in the Arab Republic of Egypt for those who interested in this field by training the students of the Faculty of Mass Media in spreading the culture of space and basics of international relations along with the stressing of their role in spreading the culture of space in society so the students participate in the initiative by preparing a project by every group of them.
The ESA will honor the best winning projects.
This initiative presents a golden opportunity for university students, especially, students of the Faculties of Mass Media which encourage students to active participation because of its privileges provided by this initiative of “Egypt’s Asteroid” supervised by Haya Alaa, Coordinator of Media and Marketing at the Egyptian Space Agency.
The best three projects will be honored in the initiative over the a big ceremony attended by senior officials of the state either in space or other fields along with representatives of Arab, European and African space agencies.
The Egyptian Space Agency aims at offering what is new and dazzling to Egypt’s students via its educational projects and its initiative which aim at sustain feelings of belong and pride of students toward their beloved homeland, Egypt.
So the initiative of ” Egypt’s Asteroid” be always ready to launching.
Translated by Ahmed Moamar