The EpiscoCare Corporation of the Episcopal/Anglican Church organized individual study remembrance and review sessions within the framework of implementing the educational and awareness-raising activities of its Community Development Centers.
On his behalf, Dr. Maged Moussa, Director of the EpiscoCare Foundation, said in a statement issued by the Episcopal Church today: The program aims to support vulnerable girls in the lower grades of the first and third primary education by organizing individual study and recall sessions for each child by a girl in the university education stage, Through it, she helps and supports the young pupil in collecting her lessons and following up on her homework, in addition to working on improving the behavioral and interpersonal skills of young girls with regard to personal hygiene, etiquette for talking with others, self-expression and cooperation with others.
Moussa added: Recreational and group activities are organized for young girls, including artistic performances and group activities that support the strengthening of the girls’ social and behavioral aspects, as well as providing spaces for them to express themselves through drawing, playing, and acting.
The Episcopal Care Foundation for Social Services (Episcocare) is the Samaritan arm of the Episcopal/ Anglican Church in Egypt. The Foundation runs the development and social services centers and institutions of the Episcopal/Anglican Church in Egypt. In the year 2003, the Foundation was officially registered with the Ministry of Social Solidarity to support people with special needs and provide them with rehabilitation and education services, after the church noticed the lack of these services in the city of Menouf.