Dr. Ghada Abdel Rahim Ali, a Professor of Psychology at Cairo University met Mr. Mustafa Ragab, President of the Federation of Egyptian Communities in Europe and director of the Egyptian Family House in London.
The meeting was attended by a number of Egyptian families and young people in London.
The meeting that lasted for more than 3 hours, focused on the first draft of the project, which included the following proposals:
The camp will be held in the new Ismailia village of Minya in November
The camp will be attended by fresh graduates of both genders
The participants will stay at the University City in Minya
The number of participants is expected to be 10, 20 from Europe and 10 from Egypt
All entities invite members of the Federation of Egyptian Communities in Europe to participate
The entity will offer an application form that should be filled in by all those wishing to participate in the competition
Each entity shall collect donations to cover the expenses of the participation of one or two young people
The entity will conduct a competition among their youth, the winner will participate in the camp trip
Each participant will receive a certificate at the end of the camp to be added to the CD
The camp focuses on raising health awareness and healthy food
Participants will take part in preparing the final statement of the camp and the recommendations
This statement will be presented to all social media outlets as a primary draft for starting a dialogue to reach the best ways to achieve the greatest possible benefits
Once final decision is reached, mid-September is set as a deadline for the end of dialogue and taking decision
On the sidelines of the conference, Dr. Ghada Abdel Rahim made a small exhibition for the Upper Egypt handicraft products, which won the admiration of the attendees who bought these products to encourage those young women.