Wednesday 05 January 2022
Books – Muhammad Abul-Majd:
Ambassador Nabila Makram, Minister of Immigration and Egyptian Affairs Abroad, said that the Dignified Life initiative made many Egyptians abroad who wish to participate, whether financially or morally, noting that Egyptians abroad collected 5 million in favor of the Dignified Life initiative.
And Nabila added, in a telephone interview to the “Happening in Egypt” program on MBC Egypt, today, Tuesday, that there is an Egyptian school in Canada whose students, aged about 17, decided to be part of a decent life initiative and collected $80,000 for The initiative, explaining that students abroad are promoting the initiative because it comes within the state’s strategy to protect human rights.
And she continued, that Egyptians abroad support the initiative for a decent life in more than one axis, explaining: “We made a form and it was launched on the electronic platform, and we said we launch this form to invite doctors who wish to help and enter into the initiative in the villages and governorates of the initiative to register their data and specialization, and the Ministry of Health gives them licenses.” necessary to practice the profession in Egypt.
And the Minister of Immigration and Affairs of Egyptians Abroad added: “We held a meeting with members of the community and talked about many needs, including a decent life, and I sensed a state of belonging and loyalty among Egyptians abroad,” stressing that they always participate in any Egyptian initiative, stressing: “The ministry cooperates with The Ministry of Health to coordinate the initiatives of Egyptians abroad to help Egypt in this field.