The Tahya Misr (Long Live Egypt) Fund celebrated on Friday its Guinness World Record title for launching the largest largest-ever humanitarian 480-truck convoy.
The ministers of planning and economic development, education, higher education, and scientific research, tourism and antiquities, social solidarity, trade and industry, culture, youth and sports, information, alongside officials of the fund, businessmen, and public figures attended the event hosted by the Citadel of Saladin.
During the ceremony, the fund launched a new charity campaign titled “We Share for Humanity”, through which all volunteers and charities compete to achieve record numbers for humanity.
Tahya Misr’s new record broke the Netherlands’ record in 2004 when a parade of trucks consisting of 416 vehicles took part in a convoy organized by VTL in Dronten.
Last month, ‘Long Live Egypt Fund’ organized a humanitarian convoy aimed at providing food, winter clothes, and blankets for a million families during the winter season, in which hundreds of volunteers participated in distributing the resources among families in the poorest villages in Egypt.
The convoy set off on November 20 to poor villages in 27 governorates in Egypt to distribute poultry to the most-needy people, in coordination with a large number of civil society organizations, ensuring the speedy delivery of the convoy.