NACDW provides monthly financial aid to 400K families at total cost of LE 2.4B



Wed, 27 Jul 2022 - 04:27 GMT


Wed, 27 Jul 2022 - 04:27 GMT


CAIRO – 27 July 2022: The National Alliance for Civil Development Work (NACDW) announced contributing to the social protection plan directed by President Sisi, by providing monthly financial aid to 400,000 families in need for a year-duration at a total cost of about LE2.4 billion.

This comes, In addition to the continuing the implementation of “Wasl Al Khair” initiative plan which aims to serve and care for about 5 million families during the current year, and to provide food, health and social interventions, as well as provide opportunities for economic empowerment.

These procedures by NACDW aims to mitigate the negative effects of the current global economic crisis along with boosting the local economy.

 Last March, Decent Life Foundation announced that it had established the National Alliance for Civil Development Work (NACDW), which gathers the General Federation of NGOs, all regional and specific federations, and leading civil society organizations.

In a post on its page on Facebook, Decent Life said the door is open for any NGO to join the alliance to serve Egypt's development goals and its Vision 2030, noting the alliance's establishment comes in the implementation of President Abdel Fattah El Sisi's directives to announce 2022 as the year of civil society.

An expanded dialogue had been held with civil society partners in Egypt over the past period to tackle ways of boosting the civil work to the needy segments in light of expanding the presidential initiative of Decent Life to include all governorates, the foundation mentioned.

It pointed out that this important step would contribute to achieving tangible positive results on the ground through effective coordination and setting up a unified database through which the alliance works.

Representatives of Hayah Karima Foundation, Bait Al-Zakat Foundation, Al-Joud Foundation, Al-Orman Charity Association, Egyptian Food Bank, Misr El-Kheir, Magdi Yacoub Heart Foundation, and the National Cancer Institute inked the alliance's charter, along with representatives from the Coptic Evangelical Organization for Social Services, Baheya Foundation, Ahl Masr Foundation, Life Makers Foundation, Raie Misr Organization, Resala Charity Organisation, Al-Baqyat Al-Salehat Association, the Egyptian Liver Association and Cairo University Hospitals as well as Elaraby Foundation for Social Development, Sonaa El Kheir Foundation, Dr. Mostafa Mahmoud Charity Association, and CARE Egypt Foundation.




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