Diocese Of Egypt

The Episcopal/Anglican church completes a workshop for creative arts with  “Together we develop Egypt”


The Episcopal/ Anglican Church resumed today the third round of the “together we Development Egypt” project, which stopped earlier due to the pandemic of the Coronavirus, at the headquarters at all Saint’s cathedral in Zamalek.

The first event of the Cairo Community Service, held in conjunction with the Gusour Cultural Center of the Episcopal/ Anglican  Church, began with a youth training day entitled “Art for Society”, from the project’s vision to enhance the knowledge and acceptance of the other, to promote shared values and to activate collective action based on the celebration of difference.

The training was conducted by Dr. Hatem, the Creative Facilitator, who participated in a number of creative activities and games to learn about their potential and how to exploit them
The training also included learning about communication skills and how to build a community team, organizing arts applications, and using the arts as a tool for featuring the Society creatively.

The project’s supervisor Ramez Bekhit said in a statement issued by the church that this training was designed to build a community team capable of launching programs in the local communities that release the creative energies of young people and enable them to carry out community projects that cultivate love and peace among different communities.

The project is sponsored by the Episcopal/Anglican Church in Egypt with North Africa and the Horn of Africa and the Misr Al-Khair Foundation.
The project is to include a number of initiatives and activities in the governorates of Cairo, Alexandria, Minya, Al Sadat and Menouf, Manoufiya.
The project aims to establish strong and genuine relationships and friendships among young people, develop their capacities and raise cultural and civilizational awareness, as well as to involve the trainees together in the implementation of practical initiatives that benefit their communities. To achieve a degree of complementarity and quality of work by communicating with government agencies and civil society organizations that work in the same direction as their initiative

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