On Thursday, April 30, 2015, the concluding session activities of the promotional convoy of illiteracy eradication activity are launched by “Giza without Illiteracy” project at Conference Center, Cairo University.
The concluding session activities are sponsored by Dr.\ Khaled Zakariah El-Adly, Giza Governor, Dr.\ Gaber Nassar, President of Cairo University. The session is attended by Dr.\ Manal Awad, Deputy of Giza Governor, Dr.\ Ezz-ul-Din Abu-Steit, Vice President of Cairo University for Education and Students Affairs, Dr.\ Gamal Abdul-Nasser, Vice President of Cairo University for Community Service and Environment Development Affairs, Major General Eng.\ Mohamed Afify, Chairman of the Executive Board of Illiteracy Eradication and Adult Learning, Dr.\ Gasser Awad, Giza Governor Adviser for Illiteracy Eradication, as well as elite of university professors and students.
Announcing the convoy’s recommendations and preparing the students who will join the training in illiteracy eradication course will be done through the session. A mechanism of carrying out the course will be provided as well as announcing incentive bonuses for its participants. The session witnesses distributing certificates among some of Cairo University workers who passed illiteracy eradication as well as exchanging financial awards for them conversely.
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