The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization hosted a workshop for training some children to create an eco-friendly Ramadan lantern. The workshop introduced to the guests how to make a Ramadan lantern with recycled material.
Fayrouz Fekry, the Deputy Director for Management and Operation at the NEMC, said that the latest workshop is part of the educational and cultural activities of the museum. They mean enhancing the educational role of the institution in raising the awareness of the children about archaeology and culture in Egypt.
Moreover, these workshops will help children with the determination to be more active, interactive, and connected with their communities.
Maha Swailem, the NMEC's Training Department's supervisor, added that a number of NMEC trainees participated in the event, alongside Ghada Ismail, the representative of the National UNESCO, and the ICESCO Committee.
Contributed by: Rana Atef