The Episcopal/Anglican Church participates in Turathna exhibition by productions from the Deaf Unit
The Deaf Unit of the Episcopal/ Anglican Church is participating in the Turathuna exhibition for handicrafts and heritage products, which is currently being held under the Ministry of Social Solidarity at the fairgrounds.
On her part, Nancy Fayek, director of the pavilion, said that the exhibits of the Episcopal/Anglican Church include woodwork and inlaid with mother-of-pearl, in addition to the participation of the Church’s Wadi Shop, where it displays pieces produced by refugees, including various handmade pieces of bags, wood, bedspreads, and macrame.
Nancy added: The pavilion also includes the Boulac Center products, where it shares cotton and hand-embroidered furnishings.
The exhibits of the Episcopal/Anglican Church are located in the housing sector F in wing No. 20 in Hall 3 in the name of the Episcopal Deaf Unit.
President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi had visited our Heritage exhibition and exchanged conversations with exhibitors of youth, women, and people with special needs, and listened to the problems they face and what can be presented to them. To overcome these obstacles and develop and expand their business to achieve more access to the local and foreign markets.