Signing a protocol for the disbursement of monthly subsidies to the neediest groups through post offices

The National Post Authority and the Decent Life Foundation signed a cooperation protocol according to which monthly subsidies will be disbursed to the neediest groups through post offices located throughout the Republic, as part of supporting efforts to implement the “Decent Life” initiative launched by President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, President of the Republic.

The protocol was signed by Abdo Elwan, Vice-Chairman of the Egyptian Post Board for Postal Regions Affairs, and Ohoud Wafi, Vice-Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Foundation for a Decent Life.

Dr. Sherif Farouk, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the National Post Authority, said that the signing of this protocol confirms the concerted state institutions and the unification of their efforts to enhance social protection measures, and support the most vulnerable families in all Egyptian villages, which contributes to raising the economic, social, health and educational level in those villages and maximizing their capabilities to provide A decent life for its citizens.

Farouk explained that the protocol that was signed with the Good Life Foundation is of special importance, represented in the contribution of the Egyptian Post to the delivery of monthly subsidies to families determined by the Good Life Foundation, in various regions, villages and hamlets in all governorates through the post offices, which number more than 4,300 post offices. They are scattered all over the republic, ensuring that the subsidies reach their beneficiaries with ease and ease.

For her part, Aya Omar, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Decent Life Foundation, said that the signing of the cooperation protocol between the Decent Life Foundation and the Post, as this protocol comes within a series of partnerships that the Foundation is pleased with with success partners from all agencies and institutions of the state, within the framework of The presidential initiative is a decent life, which serves more than 58 million citizens in various Egyptian rural villages in the governorates of the Republic, and is considered the largest development project in the world.

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