AkzoNobel Renovates Public School for Special Needs Children

AkzoNobel, a leading global paints company, brought cheer to the students at the ‘El-Tarbia EL-Fikrya Public School for Special Needs Children’ in 6th of...

Schools Upgrade Project by Takatof

About Takatof Takatof Association for Development works on enhancing the quality of life and empowering the underprivileged people living in poor and deprived areas through...

The Rise of Gourmet Street Food in Cairo

Food carts have been around for a very long time, making their first appearance as a chuck wagon in 1866 in the United States...

Development of Vocational Education in Egypt

It has been a common factor in the past that students who were unsuccessful in schools had to join a vocational education institution as...

Intellectual Disabilities and How to Deal with Them

There are different ways of learning for special needs kids as each has a different way of doing things,” Christine Haddad, an art therapist,...

Ghada Wali: The Egyptian Who Made Her Community Proud

An African proverb says, “If you educate a woman, you educate a nation.” Ghada Wali dreams even bigger. The 27-year-old Egyptian graphic designer, illustrator...

Shaghalni: Connecting Employees and Employers

Many find hiring skilled employees, such as blue-collar job seekers, a challenging task. Unfortunately, there isn’t a proper database of this caliber available, in...

Preserving Desert Life at Arabia’s Wildlife Centre

Arabia’s Wildlife Centre in Sharjah is the second largest wildlife reserve in the world. In addition to preserving desert animals on the verge of...

Beginners’ Guide to Living Outside Cairo

By Enas El Masry Growing up in the early 90’s, there were barely a few things as sacred as religion to live by as a...

A Talk with Mayan Raslan, Governor of Rotary District 2451

By Mona El Husseiny The Rotary in Egypt sheds an optimistic light on the role of women leaders in Egypt.  Mayan Raslan has made history...

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