A Decent Life Foundation signed Saturday a cooperation protocol with the Al-Zahrawan Foundation for Sustainable Development, to raise the economic, social, health and educational level of the villages most in need.
The newly-signed protocol aims at maximizing poor villages' capabilities in a way that contributes to providing a decent life for its citizens in light of the state’s vision for its development goals.
Sherine Fathi, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Al-Zahrawan Foundation, expressed her great happiness at signing the cooperation protocol with the Decent Life Foundation, describing it as a long-awaited dream.
She stressed that this cooperation supports the Foundation’s presence on the ground in a way that enables it to provide services to the largest number of citizens.
On her part, Aya Omar, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Decent Life Foundation, praised the tangible efforts of the Zahrawan Foundation on the ground, hoping that this cooperation would be a new step to reach the most groups in need to provide them with a decent life.
It is worth noting that this protocol comes within a series of partnerships that the "Decent Life" Foundation seeks to conclude with ministries and partner civil society institutions; with the aim of unifying joint efforts to contribute to achieving the goals of the "Decent Life" initiative.
The Al-Zahrawan Foundation for Sustainable Development is a development institution that has been announced by the Ministry of Solidarity since 2016. It is concerned with serving the community in all its categories and does not aim for profit.