Tahya Misr Fund signed a cooperation protocol with the Eshraqa Development and Training Association. The cooperation protocol aims at supporting the fund’s development projects and programmes, which seek to advance Egyptian society and raise the standard of services provided to Egyptians through the launch of the Youth Ambassadors Programme in cooperation with the association.
Mohamed Ashmawy, executive director of the fund, and Islam Ghazouly, chairperson of the board of directors of Eshraqa association, signed the protocol. Both Manal Shaheen, head of the programmes sector, and Azza Qoura, head of the development and communications sector, attended the signing of the protocol.
The signing of the protocol comes in light of the state’s strategy and the public policy of the Tahya Misr Fund to support the fund’s projects and raise awareness of its activities and achievements in youth communities in all governorates, with the development of youth contribution plans in this context.
The fund is to hold a number of workshops and seminars for young people to qualify them for the fund’s programmes and activities.
The protocol further aims to implement the agreed joint projects’ activities, timetable for implementation, financial costs, and funding mechanisms.
Training courses will be organised for a number of youth ambassadors to learn about the activities of the fund in all governorates of Egypt.