• 07/04/2022

The President of the Protestant Churches and the Minister of Solidarity witness the celebration of girls with disabilities at Ramses Evangelical College for Girls: My happiness today is indescribable after watching our Egyptian girls of determination in this amazing artistic show.
The Minister of Solidarity from the celebration of the disabled girls at Ramses College for Evangelical Girls: "True giving comes from true love for all, this is what we learned in the schools of the Synod of the Nile.
Behind every disability is an energy that you can support and sacrifice for. The Ministry of Solidarity believes in the message of the political leadership and works with all its energy to integrate people of determination.
The President of the Protestant Churches in Egypt, Rev. Dr. Andrea Zaki, and Minister of Solidarity, Dr. Nevin El-Kabbaj, participated today, Thursday, in the celebration of Ramses College for Girls, affiliated with the Synod of the Nile, with the annual presentation of 2022 for the special section for girls with disabilities, in the presence of Rev. Amir Tharwat, President of the Council of Educational Institutions of the Synod of the Nile, Rev. Refaat Fathy, Secretary General of the Synod of the Nile, Reverend Bassem Bushra, Secretary General of Schools at the Synod of the Nile, Counselor Amir Ramzy, President of the Cairo Court of Appeal, Dr. Freddy El-Bayadi, Member of the House of Parliament, Professor Mary Alfi, Director of Ramses College for Girls, and Mrs. Hala Touma, Director of the New Ramses College for Girls, Mrs. Janet Samuel, Head of the Department of Disabilities at Ramses College for Girls, Mrs. Samira Louka, Senior Director of the intercultural Dialogue Sector at CEOSS, Mrs. Margaret Saroufim, Director of the Local Development Sector at the Evangelical Commission, and Elder Essam Wassef, Head of Senate Affairs Council in the Evangelical Synod of the Nile.
The President of the Protestant Churches welcomed Dr. Nevin Al-Kabbaj, Minister of Social Solidarity, who spared no effort to participate in any activities of community institutions in Egypt. The President of the Protestant Churches said in the celebration speech: "My happiness today is indescribable after watching our daughters of determination in this amazing artistic show. The issue of integrating people of disabilities occupies an important place in the priorities of the services of the Evangelical Church in Egypt since its inception. One of the first places in the Egyptian society that focused on providing this service to rehabilitate girls of disabilities and encourage their families to take them out to society.
He added, "The presence of such a department that seeks to integrate girls of disabilities and empower them with their rights for education and to participate effectively in society is a priority concern, the effects of which we see in the orientations of Egyptian society and the Egyptian state during the previous years.
He continued, "The real advancement of the level of education includes, within its axes, the integration and inclusion of children and youth with disabilities in the educational process, based on their human right to receive education with high quality and efficiency, as a genuine human right in which everyone is equal, and supporting them in various ways and means available to contribute to the development of society.
For her part, the Minister of Solidarity expressed her great happiness at participating in the celebration, which reflects her pride in the work of the Ramses Schools for the Synod of the Nile, and the effort made to integrate persons with disabilities, as a major part of a major action plan for the Ministry of Social Solidarity, based on the directives and support of the political leadership. : "True giving comes from true love for all, and this is what we learned in the schools of the Nile Evangelical Synod, and we also believe in our developmental message that behind every disability there is an energy that we can support and sacrifice for it At the end of her speech, she said: "I would like to thank Reverend Dr. Andrea Zaki, the president of the protestant churches in Egypt, and the pastors, as well as all the employees of the educational institutions of the Nile Evangelical Synod. I also congratulate all the students in the special section for people with special abilities at Ramses College for Girls, and I thank all those in charge of this joyful work."