Women and their role in facing development challenges in Egypt, a seminar on “Nursing in Tanta”

Women and their role in facing development challenges in Egypt, a seminar on “Nursing in Tanta”
Women and their role in facing development challenges in Egypt, a seminar on “Nursing in Tanta”

Today, Thursday, the Faculty of Nursing at Tanta University organized an educational symposium entitled: “Women and the importance of their role in facing development challenges in Egypt”, in cooperation with the State Information Service, under the patronage of Dr. Mahmoud Zaki, President of Tanta University, and Dr. Hamdi Shaaban, Acting Vice President for Affairs Community Service and Environmental Development, Dr. Diaa Rashwan, Chairman of the State Information Service, and Dr. Afaf Basal, Dean of the College of Nursing.

Present at the symposium, Dr. Talaat Abdel-Qawy, President of the General Federation of NGOs and a member of the House of Representatives, stressed that the state guarantees the achievement of equality between men and women in all political, economic, social and cultural rights, and work for their appropriate representation in the House of Representatives with no less than 25% of the percentage. The college, according to Article 11 of the 2014 constitution.

Abdel-Qawy added that the state guarantees the appointment of women to any job without discrimination, and is also committed to protecting women against all forms of violence by toughening penalties, and providing care and protection for breadwinners, the elderly, and those most in need.

Hamdi Shaaban, Acting Vice President of the University for Community Service and Environmental Development Affairs, confirmed that 12525 students were eradicated during the July 2021 session by Tanta University students. colleges. The symposium was attended by Dr. Umm Ibrahim Al-Saei, Vice Dean for Community Service Affairs, Samir Muhanna, Head of the Central Administration for Central and Eastern Delta Media, Azza Sorour, Director General of Central Delta Media, and a number of faculty members, employees and students.

At the end of the symposium, the dean of the college presented certificates of thanks and appreciation to the lecturers, Dr. Talaat Abdel Kawy, Samir Muhanna, Azza Sorour and the staff of the Nile Center. It is worth mentioning that the symposium was prepared and moderated by Marwa Abdel Rasoul and Mai Abu Zeid under the supervision of Samir Muhanna, head of the Central Administration for Central and Eastern Delta Media, and Azza Sorour, Director General of Central Delta Media.

 
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