Nesmahar Sayed's Articles

THE MINISTRIES of Justice and Social Solidarity sponsor the first training to raise awareness about Law 73 of 2021 on the requirements to hold and continue in public office positions

FDCTA’s “volunteer kiosks” at universities raise awareness among students about the harm of drug abuse, including cultural events and drawing classes.

Jordanian delegation visits FDCTA to learn about Egypt’s experience in reducing demand on drugs.

The Fund for Drug Control and Treatment of Addiction (FDCTA) published an infographic on its official Facebook page about the findings of the committee for detecting drug abuse among state employees.

On International Day for the Girl Child , a girl took her seat as director of the Fund for Drug Control and Treatment of Addiction (FDCTA) for one day.

UN delegation visited the headquarters of the Fund for Drug Control and Treatment of Addiction (FDCTA) to study how Egypt is treating and rehabilitating drug addicts and simulating the model in Iraq.

Ahmed Mohamed, 40, tells Nesmahar Sayed how he succeeded in recovering from drug addiction and how he helps other addicts who chose a life of drugs.

Under the auspices and directives of Minister of Solidarity Nevine Al-Qabbaj, the Fund for Drug Control and Treatment of Addiction (FDCTA) has launched awareness training programmes for families of recovered addicts as part of the “Mawadda” campaign, which aims to prepare the families of recovered addicts to reintegrate into society and normal life.

Minister of Social Solidarity honours winners of the Sports Championship for Recovered Addicts, and one recovered addict who won the National Kickboxing Championship.

Mahmoud El Araby (1932-2021)

Three years into his first radio job he had contributed to the creation of a number of popular programmes, and in 1971 moved to Sawt Al-Arab (The Voice of Arabs Radio) radio channel

Al-Ahram Weekly visits a drug rehab centre two years after it opened

Fredrika Meijier, UNFPA country representative of Egypt, speaks with Al-Ahram Weekly on the occasion of National Population Week

Two months ago, Egypt’s cabinet approved a draft law that mandates drug tests for state employees, with possible termination for those who test positive or evade it

Al Ahram Weekly reports on a competition designed to encourage agricultural efficiency, productivity, and sustainability

The safe reuse of wastewater was high on the agenda of a recent workshop

An AUC anti-harassment event highlights new measures to deal with the problem

Zamalek residents are handling the fate of their district through social dialogue

The 10-day exhibition is promoting a variety of hand-made Egyptian products, reports Al-Ahram Weekly

Social media is increasingly being used to communicate complaints about developments taking place in residential neighbourhoods in Cairo, reports Nesmahar Sayed

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