Tahya Misr Fund The United Bank receives a presidential certificate in appreciation of its development role and support for the Tahya Misr Fund

25/12/2019

Tahya Misr Fund
The United Bank receives a presidential certificate in appreciation of its development role and support for the Tahya Misr Fund
Cairo: December 25th, 2019
 
Tamer Abdel-Fattah - Acting as CEO of the Tahya Misr Fund presented Ashraf Al-Qadi - Chairman of the Board of the United Bank with a certificate of thanks and appreciation signed by His Excellency President / Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi - President of the Arab Republic of Egypt, in appreciation of the development bank’s role in supporting the Tahya Misr Fund and sustainable development of the community over the past five years.
 
In the presence of an elite management of the Tahya Misr Fund and from the United Bank, the certificates of appreciation ceremony was attended by: Faraj Abdul Hamid - Vice President of the United Bank and Nevin Kashmiri - Deputy Managing Director of Business Sectors and Moataz Al Qasabi - Deputy Managing Director and Jehan Abu Hussein - President of Ethar for Sustainable Development and Germin Amer - Head of Corporate Communications.
 
Ashraf Al-Qadi, Chairman of the Board of the United Bank expressed his happiness at the great honor of His Excellency President / Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi and the management of Tahya Misr Fund. This is the coronation of the efforts of the United Bank and the Tahya Misr Fund to support the sustainable development process for Egypt in accordance with the Vision of 2030.
 
Ashraf Al-Qadi clarified the strategy of the United Bank that is built on the basis of supporting the efforts of the state and civil society institutions in extending the umbrella of solidarity and social protection to serve the purposes of sustainable development. Specifically in supporting the education system, public health for Egyptians, eliminating slums and a number of other societal challenges that constitute a strong challenge to the great ambition to work, give and build the future of the country.
 
6 partnerships between the United Bank and the Tahya Misr Fund
Ashraf Al-Qadi pointed to the growing partnership with the Tahya Misr Fund which lasted for more than 5 years and interpreted into reality in many protocols and community development work, and they are:
 
1- A joint cooperation protocol to declare the United Bank the first Egyptian financial institution free of the "C" virus in the middle of this year 2017.
 
2- A joint cooperation protocol for the final elimination of virus "C" for the students of Sohag University 2017. This is in the framework of the continuous efforts of the United Bank to support the health of Egyptians and contributes to building a generation of young people who are healthy and able to work with ambition to build the nation at this important stage.
 
3- A protocol to support Bir al-Abed village in North Sinai after the terrorist incident that killed a large number of its youth and men. Where the United Bank in partnership with the Tahya Misr Fund digged 4 wells for drinking water to serve the villagers as well as community development who work there.
 
4- A joint cooperation protocol to support the Zewail University and to care for distinguished students scientifically.
 
5- A cooperation protocol to support the national "Nour Hayat" campaign, which aims to eliminate the causes of blindness and treat anemia for Egyptian school students.
 
6- A joint cooperation protocol to support a number of different societal activities of the Tahya Misr Fund in the field of slum elimination, health, and education.
 
Tamer Abdel Fattah - Acting as CEO of the Tahya Misr Fund - said that the fund has a strong partnership with the United Bank. This is within the framework of the bank’s adoption of many societal issues that directly affect the lives of Egyptians.
 
Tamer Abdel-Fattah added that over the past 4 years, the “Tahya Misr Fund” worked on 6 main axes, the health care axis, the urban development axis, the social support axis, the education and training axis, the economic empowerment axis, and a special axis to confront natural disasters.
He pointed out that according to the republican decision to establish the fund as an associate of the state’s agencies in all its sectors, we sought to build strong partnerships with these agencies in addition to the banking sector as a major player in various areas of development and here the strong partnership with the United Bank is evident since the fund was established.
 
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