“We are proud to announce our cooperation with a leading healthcare non-profit organization, the Children’s Cancer Hospital Egypt 57357′, said Dr Mahmoud Abu-El Nasr,the scientific consultant of the Canadian International college group . Early this month, Hospital 57357 has signed a protocol of collaboration with the Canadian International College group CIC within the framework of the latter’s corporate social responsibility.
Hospital 57357’s CEO expressed his
gratitude for the generous support of the CIC group that includes annual
granting of 20 scholarships to the hospital’s patients upon their graduation
from high school to be admitted the college’s 2 branches in different
specialties. The protocol also stipulates a mutual cooperation within the
fields of the scientific research, education and training and the opportunity
for CIC students to benefit from the hospital’s experience in the previously
mentioned fields. An interactive embedded link to the hospital’s website within
the college’s website will be providing useful nutritional information aimed at
raising the level of awareness among students of the college.
Signing the protocol on behalf of
CIC was Dr. Mahmoud Abu- El Nasr the scientific consultant of the CIC group and
the previous minister of higher education in the presence of Dr. Manal Zamzam,
director of 57357’s continuing education and development department and Dr.
Shahenda El-Naggar, head of the research department at the hospital. The
protocol signing was also attended by Dr. Amal Ghazawi, dean of CIC’s Media
Institute, Tamer Refaat, dean of Engineering Institute, Dr. Rania Taher, deputy
dean of Management Institute, and a group of the teaching staff as well as a
delegation from the university’s student union.
During the meeting, the
hospital’s CEO, presented the challenges that were encountered by the hospital
during the coronavirus outbreak where the Hospital pursued the provision of
quality medical and psychological care for its patients, supported by its charitable
donors and partners. He highlighted how the Hospital is relying on research in
all work fields and applying evidence-based practices to offer its children
world standard services. He spoke to students saying that the Hospital will
always be welcoming them to receive training in different specializations.
“The entities that are built
on sustainable education and improvement such as 57357 deserve our respect and
it is an honor to deal with you” said Dr. Abu El—Nasr, expressing the College’s
enthusiasm to provide support to the Hospital and its patients and the
commitment to all the above-mentioned cooperation aspects.