We publish the details of the closing ceremony of the “She Leads” program for the second year

06:18 PM

Saturday 20 November 2021

Books – Osama Ali:

Dr. Tarek Shawky, Minister of Education and Technical Education, Ambassador Nabila Makram, Minister of State for Immigration and Egyptian Abroad Affairs, and Dr. Maya Morsi, President of the National Council for Women, participated in the closing ceremony of the “She Leads” program, for the second year in a row, which aims to provide support to female students. Technical education by developing their skills and ideas and transforming them into stable sources of income through trainings designed to develop their personal and practical skills.

For her part, the President of the National Council for Women expressed her keenness to develop the ideas of girls of technical education to become entrepreneurs in society, which reflects the role of women in the economic renaissance and contributes to changing the societal view of technical education, stressing the importance of the role of private sector participation in giving impetus to the program through Provide the necessary technical expertise.

Naglaa Nassir, Head of the Social Responsibility Sector at Telecom Egypt, confirmed that the Ministry of Communications is working on the economic empowerment of technical education students, noting that the ideas of technical education students participating in the She Leads competition of the Youth Leaders Foundation are genius, explaining that there are many positive steps taken by the state to attract students For technical education, people are starting to change their ideas towards technical education.

She also thanked Deputy Ahmed Fathi, Executive Director of the Youth Leaders Foundation; Because of his deep belief in women, and the effort made for the success of this initiative, and all the companies that contributed to this initiative, and the presence of a conscious generation of girls who are aware that the political leadership is interested in women and the new emerging generations.

The events included a tour to review the products of the female students participating in the project, and their leather products, accessories, clothes and other products for the blind, solar energy and other ideas for small and medium enterprises.

The winning teams are: Tyndall’s team, which won first place in the field of technical innovations, and the second place is the SSE team for female students of the Electricity School for Girls in Ismailia Governorate.

In the field of handicrafts, first place was won by the Mathaf team, and second place by a hand-made team of female students of the Industrial Electrical School for Girls, Ismailia.

In the field of fashion, the “Naqsh” team won first place for the students of Cairo Secondary School for Girls, and the “Ze” team won the second place for the students of Al-Silhdar Technical Industrial School for Girls in Cairo Governorate.

The initiative of the Technical Education Program “She Leads” is based on the efforts of the Youth Parties Coordination, where Representative Ahmed Fathy is the CEO of the Youth Leaders Foundation, and the activities were presented by Representative Dina Abdel Karim, with the participation of Representative Suha Al-Saeed, members of the Youth Coordination of Parties and Politicians.

The Technical Education Program “She Leads” began to support technical education students in 2019, and is one of the programs of the Youth Leaders Foundation and the first program to support, educate, train and qualify female students of technical education and implement projects related to their field of specialization after graduation under the auspices of the Ministry of Education and Technical Education, the National Council for Women and the Youth Leaders Foundation The latest global assessment tools are used to assess students’ skills and competencies and to develop different aspects of their personality.


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