A non-profit organization in Egypt named ‘Decent Life’ updated that an initiative called ‘You are life in green’ carried out in Minya from December 1st to 6th came to an end yesterday.
As per the reports, the initiative ended after being in functioned for six days in a row, after which the university of Minya participated in a very comprehensive veterinary convoy that targeted to provide the necessary treatments and check the need.
The university is also expected to provide a workshop and complete framework in association with the faculty of Agriculture at Al-Minya University for women mainly, which will issue appropriate and necessary training in domestic industries.
Furthermore, the reports also said that the University of Al-Minya is also working to provide awareness towards the Agriculture field and arranging guidance seminars. The university stated that such caravan events had received a wide range of audience attendance and participation of the women.
The initiative ‘You are life in green’ have made a great significance in educating women through various mediums and cultural events, such as,
– Awareness events and campaigns
– Story-telling workshops
– Craft workshops and events
– Multiple literacy services, etc
All the mentioned events and workshops were carried out for six straight days in a row, which attracted the attention of the civilians along with educating them about agriculture.
The Director of Community Service and Environmental Development at Al-Minya University, Dr Alaa, was present at the event along with the General Coordinator of Hayat Kareem Foundation in Minya, Mr Ahmed Al-Amada, accompanied by the Coordinator of the Medical Sector at Hayat Karim Al-Minya Foundation, Dr Maryam Malak and Coordinator of Malawi Center Mr Mina Abu Al-Yemin.
In the end, the initiative “You are life in green” has received a number of visits from school students to learn about the activities Ante life offers to the Egyptian countryside, and students attended awareness and cultural events because you are life in green.
Several schools from Minya participated in the event, such as the British School in Malawi, the School of Excellence in Malawi, and the School of Nuns in Malawi. About 300 female students attended the event and learned about the topics in the workshop.