Mohamed Mokhtar, spokesman for the Long Live Egypt Fund, said that the fund carries out convoys that include food aid and care for citizens in the cities of St. Catherine and Ruwaisat, explaining that the convoys benefit 2,000 families who are eligible for support in South Sinai Governorate.
Muhammad Mukhtar added, during a telephone interview with the media, Rasha Magdy, on the “Tahrir Hall” program broadcast on Sada Al-Balad channel, that there is justice in the distribution and selection of places that deserve support and care, as well as identifying the areas targeted by the following convoys, explaining that the convoys provided by the Fund witness a diversity in Participation between different institutions and civil society organizations.
A spokesman for the Long Live Egypt Fund added that the “Bel Hana and Al Shafa” initiative, which is presented by the fund, aims to provide different types of food that reached 8 million citizens within a year, and new clothes were provided to school children and the first families in care, explaining that the fund translates into a decent life initiative. With all its meaning.
Muhammad Mukhtar added that the “Doors of Goodness” convoy aims to knock on one million doors, to provide care and meet basic needs, adding that the Long Live Egypt Fund convoys have been roaming South Sinai since yesterday and lasted for 3 days.