“The EpiscoCare” organizes a health and educational caravan in Suez
The EpiscoCare Foundation for Social Services organized a medical and educational convoy in the Ataka neighborhood of Suez in coordination with the Health Directorate on one hand and the Adult Education Authority in Suez on the other hand.
The Episcopal Church said in a statement today that its EpiscoCare Foundation has contributed to a medical and educational convoy that provided the Corona vaccine and the detection of kidney disease, in addition to enrolling 17 citizens in refresher classes to measure the level of literacy.
Dr. Maged Moussa, Director of the EpiscoCare Foundation, explained: During the convoy, a literacy certificate was delivered to one of the successful citizens, and a number of citizens were detected as part of the kidney disease initiative, while 24 citizens received the first dose of the Corona vaccine, and a number of comprehensive health insurance files were opened for the people of the region.
Moussa expressed his appreciation for the efforts of the various state authorities in the health and education files, as the General Authority for Literacy and Adult Education works to provide alternative compensatory opportunities for those who have been deprived of their right to continue education in order to improve their educational and intellectual level.
The Director of the EpiscoCare Foundation praised the role of the Governor of Suez, Abdel Mageed Safar, who is keen to establish partnerships with civil society institutions in order to achieve comprehensive development goals.
It is worth mentioning that the Episcopal Foundation for Social Services (Episcocare) is the Samaritan’s arm of the Episcopal/ Anglican Church in Egypt. The Foundation manages the centers and institutions for development and social services affiliated with the Episcopal/Anglican Church in Egypt.