On Saturday, March 21, Cairo University has hosted the International Festival for Ideal Mother at Grand Celebration Hall. It is sponsored, this year, by Professor Gaber Nassar, President of Cairo University, The Foundation of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum the Ruler of Dubai, and Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO).
A number of ideal Egyptian mothers has been honored during the festival, as well as a number of ideal mothers from outside Egypt; namely, Hannah Hartman from Germany, Maryam Saleh, President of the General Confederation of Moroccan Construction, who is one of the most influential names in Arab Economic field, and Fadia Shatila Hidar from Lebanon, The General Manager of Al-Hadil Magazine, as well as a delegation from Dar Al-Tifel Al-Arabi which was founded by Hend Al-Husseiny at Palestine.
The celebration has started at 11 a.m. with an opening speech delivered by Professor Gaber Nassar, President of Cairo University, a representative of the foundation of H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, and a representative of ISESCO Organization. The guest of honor’s speech has also been delivered by Fadia Shatila Hidar.
Documentary film on the ideal mother festival has been displayed through the celebration as well as displaying the resumes of the honorees and an artistic show, and then the festival was concluded with the distribution of shields and awards among ideal women.
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