Egypt’s Mother Teresa: Heba El-Sewedy

by Mushira Sabry Heba El-Sewedy is a philanthropist, humanitarian and artist who has saved thousands when others have stood by to watch. “Mama Heba,” as...

SpringBoard: Matching Young Talents with Career Choices

By Amina El Fayoumy Pioneer youth career coaching service SpringBoard aims to help high school and early college students match their talents with potential careers,...

Barclays Bank: Making a Difference

Since Barclays Egypt was established 150 years ago it has believed that business growth and prosperity are closely linked to society’s prosperity and...

The Desert Development Corridor Project: Miracle or Myth?

by Zeinab Abul Gheit The Desert Development Corridor Project (DCP) is the brainchild of Dr. Farouk El Baz, Director of Remote Sensing Center at Boston...

The Nada Foundation for Safer Egyptian Roads: Saving Lives on the Go

By Ola El Soueni Egypt has one of the highest road fatality rates in the world, resulting in an average of 35-40 deaths per day. ...

Q&A with Lobbyist Rasha Kenawi

By Rana Kamaly Photos courtesy of Rasha Kenawi One of the founders of the Public Front for the Suez Canal Zone, Rasha Kenawi is an economic...

Mantiqti Newspaper

First published in April 2013, Mantiqti is a monthly newspaper serving downtown Cairo that aims to build stronger ties within the community as well...

Good Deeds for Basic Needs

by Ola El Soueini photos courtesy of Sarah Moussa Soueini Imagine waking up every morning without water in your tap, money in your pocket, a roof...

Noon Creative Enterprise Raises Awareness on FGM in Minya

by Eleonora Vio photos courtesy of Noon Creative Enterprise Although in Behi Mahdi, a sleepy village in the outskirts of Minya, as well as in most...

Q&A with Fashion and Film Expert YOUMNA SOROUR

by Tanya El KashefSeeing as November is the month of cinema and fashion in Cairo, Community Times sat down with an expert on both...

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