GFMD & Tahia Masr Collaboration
Elsalam Conrad – Heliopolis Aspects of Cooperation between Tahia Misr team and Global Forum Media and Development Egypt (GFMD) Session of discussion means of Cooperation between Tahia Misr team and Global Forum Media Developemnt Egypt via a very sucessful meeting in which, the two sides discussed aspects of cooperation between Tahia Misr team and the members of Global Forum Egypt with the support of lions club international district 352 Egypt .
Vice President at Lions Club International
In conversation with Global Forum for Media and Development’s anchor
Samar Sheashaa during her visit to Egypt
Lions International VP Patti Hill’s interview during her visit to Cairo. An amazing character talking inspiring words about Lions growth in Africa and the services Lions of Egypt are providing to their community. Truly had the pleasure of meeting with her and am very excited about her term of presidency. Egypt being her first stop on her global tour, makes all Lions of Egypt very excited and proud. To a great year ahead filled with service, selflessness and appreciation to our communities around the world.
Mabra Elmaadi Hospital
This film was produced by the Global Forum for Media and Development /Global Compact United Nations, as a kind of appreciation of the great role played by Garden City lions club ,which consider to be a role model of a very good NGO ‘s in Egypt . Garden City lions club headed by lions Hazem Khalil succeeded to renovate Maadi hospital ,which was a huge project with the support of CIB Bank and medical institution. The film was produced in this year, considering that this year is the year of civil society to show some successful models and to shed light through this film and even to spread it out on all sites as a role model for civil society to follow. Where the Lions Garden City Club president Lions Hazem Khalil and the honorable club members, renovated and supplied the Maadi Hospital with the latest medical equipment in cooperation with the medical Institution and the Commercial International Bank. Yes, a wonderful model to be followed by civil society .