Archive forJune, 2008
The Modern English School organized a special event to which members of our fundraising team were invited to receive the generous amount of L.E.18,730.
The Hotel Chain “Marriott” was extremely supportive of our project since its inception. The Cairo Marriott’s involvement with CCHE 57357 goes back to the late 1990’s with their participation on an on-going basis in two of our major fundraising schemes namely
Hospital 57357 is not merely a hospital for treatment of children with cancer, but it aspires at becoming a leading training and research center for the adoption of the latest methods and techniques in healthcare, and for the provision of a comprehensive quality care and a hope for a brighter future for patients and their families.
Health care has become a top priority in Egypt as the economy grows and the government is busy setting up new programmes across the country to improve and maintain the health of its citizens.
Over the last 6 months period, Hospital 57357 continued to welcome almost on a weekly basis, the visits of school children to the site.
The Girls of the Borromee German School in Bab el Louk spend a lovely morning with the children of the CCHE 57357
23 students from the German Borromee School in Bab El Louk accompanied with some mothers and their teacher Frau Amina visited the children on Tuesday June 17th.
On the occasion of the passing of one year since the inauguration of 57357, Petrotrade, Egyptian petroleum trading company, organized a special event for the children of the hospital.
Hospital 57357 is leading the way to a new era for fundraising and Healthcare in the Arab World and Africa
The opening of hospital 57357 as a center of excellence for the treatment of children with cancer in Egypt and the Middle East is a milestone on the road of the completion of a comprehensive healthcare project undertaken by an Egyptian NGO
In a grand award ceremony held at the Assembly Hall of the Palais des Nations in Geneva, His Excellency , Mr. Hamid El Katamy , Health Minister of the United Arab Emirates delivered the World Health Organization’s United Arab Emirates Health Foundation 2008 Prize to the Children’s Cancer Hospital Foundation Egypt 57357.