The Hayat Karima Foundation in Egypt has been carrying out a Presidential initiative called ‘Hayat Life’ under which a framework was launched in a new model inside the Education System 2.0 in Egypt through implementing model ‘Tokatsu’ activities in a number of public schools in Hayat Karima Villages.
As per the recent updates, the first public school in which the model was launched in Martyr Fawzi Fayaz Elementary School in Kafr Al-Musailha.The model was introduced under the administration of Shebin Al-Kom Education in Menoufia Governorate.
At the school, the administration received the Japanese Jaika Authority Cairo Office delegation headed by Professor Sujita, the godfather of Japanese “Tokatsu” activities, and Mr Nada Khedr, Head of the Initiatives sector B Hayat Karima Foundation.
Furthermore, Colonel Mamdouh Fawzi, Colonel Ahmed Salama, Director of Hayat Karima Office in Menoufiya Governorate, and Dr Aladdin Hassan, General Coordinator Hayat Karimah in Menufiya Governorate, were also present at the inauguration event.
Mr Niveen Hamouda, Advisor to the Minister for Strategic Relations and General Supervisor to the Japanese Egyptian Schools, was accompanied by Mr Malik Ahmed Al-Refaai, Director of the Japanese Egyptian Schools Unit in the Ministry.
As per the sources, the ceremony of the launch of a new model inside the new Egyptian education system 2.0 through the application of the Extended Model Tokatsu activities in a group of public schools under the umbrella of the presidential initiative “Hayat Life” through the application of Tokatsu activities the Extended Model activities at target schools.
As per the management officials, the work will begin by implementing the expanded model of Tokatsu activities of this type of school and providing some equipment and training for school staff. This system will include 100 schools across the republic.
The ministers of Hayat Karima further conveyed that ‘Tokatsu’ is recognized as one of the activities that is one of the fundamental pillars of child education in Japan.
The aim is to develop a positive attitude in students to deal with various issues in class, school and life.
Through this initiative, the students would set goals for themselves, exchange dialogue, discussion and Solve problems and agree on opinions, failing to meet the objectives of the activities Specialty in changing student behaviour not only in school but extends to home and the community outside of school.
Following the end of the event, the reception of the Japanese delegation, Mr Mahmoud Al-Fawly, Director of the Directorate of Education, Mr Tariq Saaduddin, Deputy Directorate, and Dr Hassan Al-Khouli, Chairman of the Council of Parents and Trustees, and teachers in Menoufia Governorate, also played their vital role in setting up a new model in schools.
Mr Mohamed Sahsah, General Director of Public Education; Mr Badawi Shaaban, General Manager of Money Affairs management in the general meeting of the directorate, Mr Soraya Mansour, General Manager of Shebeen Alkoum educational administration; Mr Mohamed Mazrou, Deputy of the administration shared their inputs in the end regarding the project.