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About Red Crescent Society

Red Crescent Society promotes the importance of health, human rights, humanitarian issues, fundamental needs, and the use of talents, contacts, and resources to bring practical solutions for the needy. It is based in Mumbai, India

Headquarters Location

Sofi House, Bunglow No.6, Gulmoher cross road JVPD Scheme, Andheri(W)

Mumbai, 400058,


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Latest Red Crescent Society News

Egypt Universities News| Learn about the biography of the new president of Zagazig University.. Ain Shams signs Tawadros’ book.. and a comprehensive insurance plan in Sohag

Nov 6, 2022

November 5, 2022 Due to the interest of a large number of readers of the “Veto” website and newspaper, we monitor for you in the following report the most important news of Egypt’s universities during the past 24 hours. Khaled Al-Dardali, President of Zagazig University President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi issued a decision appointing Dr. Khaled Al-Dardali as President of Zagazig University, affiliated to the Sharkia Governorate, for a period of 4 years, to succeed Dr. Othman Shaalan, as he reached the age of retirement. The following is the most important information about Dr. Khaled El Darandali, the new president of Zagazig University: Khaled Ali Al Darandali, born October 16 1966 Academic degrees: Master’s degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering (Expert Systems) – Zagazig University – March 1996. He received his Ph.D. in Industrial and Systems Engineering (Smart GIS) Zagazig University – December 2003 (joint supervision with Texas A&M University) career. Assistant Professor of Information Systems – King Abdulaziz University Head of Information Systems Department – Computer and Information Mechanism – Zagazig University Coordinator of the Master’s Program in Geographic Information Systems in cooperation with the University of Salzburg, Austria (UNIGIS) Member of the Board of Directors of the Consultation Center at the Faculty of Computers and Information – Zagazig University Director of the Education Development Unit at the Faculty of Computers and Information – Zagazig University Luxor and Red Crescent University protocol On the other hand, Luxor University, headed by Dr. Hamdi Mohamed Hussein, President of the University, signed a cooperation protocol with the Red Crescent Society, with the aim of cooperating in community service and spreading voluntary thought and community affiliation. President of Luxor University The protocol was signed by Dr. Hamdi Mohamed Hussein in his capacity as President of Luxor University, and Mr. Mounir Al-Amari, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Red Crescent Society, in the presence of Dr. Afaf Abdel Basset, member of the Board of Directors of the Red Crescent and relief official, and a number of members of the Red Crescent in Luxor, and Mr. Mustafa Mahmoud Ali, Director of Legal Affairs at the university. Dr. Hamdi Mohamed Hussein The president of the university explained that the signing of this protocol comes within the framework of the university’s keenness to prepare and prepare students and staff of the university at a good level in performing their voluntary role and community service, and training them to quickly and proficiently act in crises and emergencies, in the context of exchanging experiences between the two sides. Training courses for students and employees The President of the University indicated that under the conclusion of this protocol, training courses will be implemented for students and workers under the supervision of the Faculty of Medicine, in addition to the participation of Luxor University students in joint maneuvers implemented by the Crescent in setting up shelter and emergency response camps, in addition to the students’ participation in special community initiatives. climate change and disasters. Comprehensive insurance plan at Sohag University Dr. Mostafa Abdel-Khaleq, President of Sohag University, held an extensive meeting to discuss security and safety procedures in all the university’s facilities in its old and new headquarters, in the presence of the accountant Ashraf El-Qadi, Secretary-General of the University, Major General Hatem Sadek, Director of University Security, Dr. Mohamed El-Saghir, Dean of the Faculty of Commerce, and Dr. Magdy El-Qadi, Dean of the Faculty Human Medicine, Samia Zayed, Director General of University Cities, Dr. Ahmed Jalal, Assistant Secretary-General, Engineer Hussein Mohamadin, Director General of the Engineering Department, a number of college deputies for community service and environmental development affairs, and officials of the university’s accounting and financial units. raise the level of safety Dr. Mustafa Abdel-Khaleq said: The meeting came with the aim of raising the level of safety in all sectors of the university, and providing a safe work environment free from the causes of accidents or occupational injuries, adding that the procedures and rules that would preserve human and material property, and a proactive plan to confront cases were discussed. Therefore, the President of the University, urgently instructed the officials of the colleges and all university facilities, to prepare a report on the facility’s insurance plan that includes defining the entrances and exits of the buildings, and an inventory of the contents of the stores, including fire protection devices, fire alarms and extinguishers And anti-theft alarms, determining their suitability to work or not, in addition to inspecting all buildings and writing a memo with all the preventive precautions you need to avoid any accidents or damage. Pope Tawadros II book Dr. Mahmoud El-Metini, President of Ain Shams University, witnessed the signing of the book “Pope Tawadros II.. Years of Love for God and the Country”, in the presence of the Minister of Petroleum, Eng. Tarek El Molla, the Minister of Local Development, Major General Hisham Amna, the Minister of State for Immigration and Egyptians Affairs Abroad, Ambassador Suha Gendy, and Dr. Maya Morsi, President of the National Council for Women, Dr. Ghada Wali, Executive Director of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, and a number of thinkers, intellectuals, public figures, media professionals and journalists in the Coptic Orthodox Church. Also attending from the university was Dr. Jihan Ragab, Advisor to the Vice President for Community Service and Environmental Development. Pope Tawadros is a national symbol In his speech, Dr. Mahmoud El-Matini expressed his happiness with this book and what it contains, thanking His Holiness the Pope for his support for the country amid crises, stressing that Egypt is strong and able to overcome all difficulties in light of crises the world is witnessing. The university president stressed that His Holiness Pope Tawadros II is a national symbol who, with his wisdom, helped the ship to cross the nation safely in a challenging period.

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    Red Crescent Society's headquarters is located at Sofi House, Bunglow No.6, Gulmoher cross road, Mumbai.

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