In 2016, an organization built a school named Man Ahyaha (Who Brought It to Life) in Ayat's Baharwa village, and it quickly grew into two schools with many facilities.
Ramadan is all about giving back, and this is your chance to fund a child's educational journey during this special time of the year. A charity organization decided to take matters into its own hands after two children died commuting to their school in another village. After the tragedy, the charity focused its attention on community education and building schools in villages where primary stages aren't available.
In 2016, the organization built a school named Man Ahyaha (Who Brought It to Life) in Ayat's Baharwa village, and it quickly grew into two schools with many facilities to ensure a complete learning experience for the students, powered by the Ministry of Education.
One of the programmes offered is called Sehety (My Health), which covers mental health with one-on-one sessions with all the children in the village. It is propelled by mental health experts that assess the child's wellness and refer to a consultant if the case requires further help. Other programmes are focused on eradicating illiteracy - not just for the students, but for their parents as well.
Man Ahyaha schools are composed of 300 students, and each student's annual fees can go up to EGP 6,000 to cover the uniform, the main courses, along with 15 extra curricula and various activities that ensure the student receives comprehensive education. These students need your help to help complete their education, with each donation building a child's future.
You can donate through CIB with the bank account number 100018079474 inside Egypt, or through Vodafone Cash on 01050140101, or through Fawry on 9409.