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Community Engagement

The cooperation between FUE and the UN global company

Community Engagement FUE became a member of UN global Compact to advance the frontiers of knowledge and to serve society through education and research. The UN Global Compact is the world's largest corporate citizenship and sustainability initiative. Since its official launch on 26 July 2000, the initiative has grown to more than 12,000 participants, including over 8,000 businesses in approximately 145 countries around the world.

The Global Compact involves key social actors:
- Companies, whose actions it seeks to influence
- Governments, labor, and civil society organizations, and
- the United Nations as an authoritative convener and facilitator

Certificate of Joining the UN Global Compact

FUE and Hayah Foundation for Sustainable Development

Community Engagement Established in 2011, Hayah Foundation for Sustainable Development (HFSD) is a non-profit organization. Moreover, the Foundation does not receive any external funding.
Since its beginnings as a charity organization, HFSD managed to work in many projects and activities that served the community. Consistent with its vision and mission, the Foundation directed its efforts to particularly serve the poor and vulnerable groups, women and children.


Since 2014, the Foundation managed to help about 20,000 family members by addressing the problem of poverty-reduction and contributing to the improvement of the economic and social welfare of the poorest and neediest families allover Egypt. Their mission of this initiative was to ensure that the neediest families are having their most basic needs fulfilled (food, health, housing, education, etc. …).

1- Developmental Projects
Are projects that aim at increasing the capacities of different groups and their social standards. Examples are:

  • Providing microcredit finance for youth
  • Helping disabled people
  • Supporting the debtors both socially and economically
  • Supporting the infrastructure in poor areas and families
  • Offering illiteracy eradication classes
  • Giving programs for empowering women
  • Supporting innovative and cultural competitions

2- Charity Programs
Are projects that support poor families who are incapable of working. Support is given in the form of direct and indirect financial assistance. Examples are:

  • Ramadan project (food packages and food tables)
  • Clothes distribution
  • Provision of needs for brides
  • Support of orphans
  • Distribution of meat during Al Adha Feast
  • Provision of a monthly stipend for poor families
  • Extension of medical and health care service
  • Conduction of Winter Convoys (blanket distribution)

3- Health Programs
Pertain to the Corporate Social Responsibility program that provides beneficiaries with therapeutic convoys. FUE student volunteers survey the needs of beneficiaries for medicine as well as medical services and address these needs. Health Programs also include a dental checkup for children at school and raise the awareness of hygiene.

4- Childhood and Orphans Programs
Giving care to orphans is one of the issues that attracts the CSR Program and encourages volunteer participation. Among its top objectives, the Program cares for and addresses the needs of orphans to make up for their lack of family support.

5- Literacy classes
Literacy classes are offered to women, men and children including debtors who dropped out of school. Literacy classes are set up to empower children and to safeguard them against child labor. Apart from the literacy classes, the program includes developing a strategy to financially cover the needs of families that have children in school; this is carried out through the initiative entitled "Towards Education for Every Child".

Community Engagement