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Azza Fahmy’s Design Studio Donates Proceeds to Abul-Reesh Children’s Hospital

The capsule collection is the work of the studio’s students, and part of the proceeds will go to the hospital's diabetes, endocrine and metabolic unit.

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The Design Studio by Azza Fahmy (DSAF) is lending a helping hand to our white army— the doctors, nurses, and hospital staff making it possible for us to rest easy during these crazy Corona times. The studio’s students have come together to create a capsule collection and collect its proceeds so that they can be partly donated to the diabetes, endocrine and metabolic unit at the Abul-Reesh Japanese Children’s Hospital.

Abul-Reesh treats thousands of children a year for free, and hundreds more families and visitors come through its doors daily. The hospital opened its doors in 1983, and was a gift from the Japanese government. The hospital houses specialised departments and is part of the Abul-Reesh network of hospitals, which was established in 1928.

You can shop through the DSAF capsule collection on the studio’s Instagram and Facebook pages or you can donate directly to Abul-Reesh through bank account number 2222 or via SMS to 9501.

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