Orange Egypt has partnered with the Misr El Kheir Foundation to provide food supplies and sanitizers to the families of thousands of irregular workers during Ramadan.
The new initiative is part of Orange’s continuous efforts to support Egyptian families face the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and its critical repercussions on irregular daily workers. The company also joins state efforts to assist Egypt’s neediest in the current difficult circumstances.
Orange is supplying thousands of families with disinfectants and sanitizers along with food supplies to help them take all the needed preventive measures to curb further infections. It also helps the families continue to earn their living in as safe a method as possible.
The food distribution process is scheduled to cover 17 governorates in Egypt, with the first phase to include the cities of Aswan, Luxor, Halayeb, Qena and Beni Suef.
Orange Egypt launches diversified initiatives and campaigns as part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities aimed at the neediest groups. The campaigns are designed to provide them with financial, moral, economic, social and health support.
The initiatives come in cooperation with the largest charitable foundations that can boast a long history in this regard. In addition, the company also collaborates with government bodies working in this field, most importantly the Ministry of Social Solidarity and the Ministry of Health, to support in several activities that better serve the community.