April 5, 2019
On Friday Admiral Mohab Mameesh , Chairman of the Suez Canal Authority and Suez Canal economic zone, celebrated the annual charity celebration organized by the Suez Canal Authority on the occasion of Orphans’ Day, with the participation of 1300 children from 23 different schools and charitable societies. In Ismailia.
The Admiral was keen to take group photos with some of the orphaned children and share their joy on this day. He stressed the keenness of the Authority to participate periodically in the celebration of Orphan’s Day, which expresses solidarity and compassion in its finest form by drawing a smile on the lips of children and the introduction of joy and pleasure to their hearts. This was part of the concept of social responsibility adopted by the Authority to serve the citizens of the Canal region. He noted the Authority’s perseverance to enhance its community role through its active participation in all initiatives and activities that will have a positive impact on the community of Canal cities.
During the celebration, the children enjoyed various games and entertainment at the club, including shows, concerts, competitions and prizes, as well as the distribution of gifts.
School officials, supervisors, and charities thanked Admiral Mohab Mameesh for his kind care and keenness to attend the celebration of Orphan Day, valuing the participation of the Suez Canal Authority in adding joy and happiness to the children’s lives, and for the organization of the celebration. The celebration was organized in coordination with Eng. Mohammed El-Sharkawy, head of the Suez Canal Authority Club, and under the supervision of the Authority’s Public Relations team, in participation with the press and media.
The celebration was attended by Mohamed El-Sharkawy, head of the Suez Canal Authority Club in Ismailia, Major General Khalid Al-Azzazi, Advisor to the President of the Public Relations Authority, Tarek Hassanein, Head of press and Media, Captain Mohamed Kamel, Vice chairman of the Club, a number of members of the Board of Directors, Khaled Taha, head of Foreign relations, and Captain Ayman Mabrouk, President of the Golf Club.