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Media Highlights Abou El-Enein Foundation's Role in Supporting Needy Across Egypt

Tue 10 Jan 2023 | 03:54 PM
Israa Farhan

The Abou El-Enein Foundation, which was established 40 years ago by Mohamed Abou El-Enein, as a self-financed charitable organization is still spreading its goodness conveys throughout Egypt, according to Sada El Balad Channel.

Since the Abou El-Enein Foundation, which is run by Somaya Abou El-Enein, started cooperating with the National Alliance for Civil Action and Development in March of this year, the convoys of “Sitr and Afia” spread all over the country and do not stop.

About 2000 volunteers participate in the implementation of each convoy, individuals, groups, associations, and institutions that God specializes in meeting human needs, and they compete in preparing convoys of cover and wellness.

About 2,000 volunteers, individuals, groups, associations, and institutions that God specializes in meeting human needs, participate in organizing each convoy. They compete in preparing the convoys of cover and wellness.

Through these conveys, they gave the needy blankets, meat boxes of foodstuffs, and winter clothes, as well as doing carnivals for children and distributing toys and school materials to them.

The conveys also include food parcel boxes and blankets to the elderly, helping finance small projects, medical aid, early detection, health awareness, and compensatory devices

The National Coalition for Civil Development Action launched the first comprehensive convoy of the coalition in Sohag Governorate, in the village of Awlad Aliwa in Al-Balina Center in Sohag Governorate, while convoy 2 was launched in Kafr Shebin Center in Qalyubia, while convoy 3 targeted the people of the village of Al-Blida, Al-Ayyat Center in Giza.

Convoy 4 arrived in the village of Al-Qasha, affiliated to the Burullus Center in Kafr El-Sheikh Governorate, and convoy 5 arrived in the village of Kafr Hijazi, affiliated to the Al-Mahalla Al-Kabri Center in the Gharbia Governorate.

As for Convoy 6, it served the people of the villages of Ghazala and Al-Hajaizah in Al-Sinbellaween Center in Dakahlia Governorate, and the seventh convoy reached the people in the village of Al-Hads, affiliated with the Sherbin Center in Dakahlia Governorate.

The eleventh convoy was in the village of Al-Dabiya in Ismailia, while the twelfth and thirteenth stage were in the villages of Silwa and Al-Raghama Al-Balad in Aswan, and finally the fourteenth and fifteenth stages in the villages of Al-Deir, Al-Qurayya, Al-Nassa and their dependencies in the Esna center in Luxor Governorate. Convoy 16 started in Sohag Governorate.

In a telephone conversation on the Sada Al-Balad channel, Somaya Abu Al-Enein expressed her happiness when Egyptian President Abdel Abdel Fattah El-Sisi hailed their hard work.

“We felt like we are in Eid, we were really happy,” she said.

Somaya Abu El-Enein stressed that Egypt is going through difficult economic conditions, and the foundation’s role is to reduce the burden on the citizens.

“My money and my employees are the property of my country and our honorable people,” she added.

“We are kind and cooperative people. God willing, this crisis will pass peacefully, and Egypt will remain a country of safety and security, in which the president will remain.”

Somaya highlighted that the president is calling for more effort in 2023 because of the country's economy, saying, "We will doing more and more effort than what we were doing last year.”

Somaya concluded that she confirmed the foundation will do more effort than last year with new ideas and new means.