The African Dream Foundation 2063 organised a free visit for children from the African communities in Egypt to Dream Park in the 6 October city.
Some 50 African children from South Sudan, Sudan, Chad, Niger, and other African countries went on the trip within the framework of the foundation's efforts to support African communities in Egypt.
President of the African Dream Foundation 2063 Sally Atef said the foundation is working to support African communities in Egypt with various entertaining, social, medical and cultural activities, explaining that this trip is among activities the foundation started with medical caravans, in cooperation with hospitals and doctors in various specialties.
Atef stressed that African communities in Egypt are in urgent need of these social services, saying the foundation is taking into consideration in its future plan the expansion of its scope of work to serve the largest number of African communities in Egypt, in partnership with supportive institutions of the foundation, led by businesswoman Rawya Mansour, the most influential figure in Africa this year.
The foundation recently offered a lot of services for African communities in Egypt, such as launching the Egyptian-African Investment Forum to boost joint investment between Egypt and African countries.