Celebrating Orphan Day at the Faculty of Agriculture, Ain Shams University

By: Ahmed Abdel Nour

Under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Abdel Wahab Ezzat, President of Ain Shams University, Prof. Dr. Nazmi Abdel Hamid, Vice President for Community Services and Environmental Development and Prof. Dr. Ahmed Galal, Dean of the Faculty of Agriculture, Ain Shams University, celebrated the Faculty of Agriculture orphan day, in the presence of many orphanages and Al-Azhar and faculty members.

Prof. Dr. Ahmed Galal pointed, during his speech, to the faculty's keenness every year to organize this event as a fundamental role of the university, which is teaching and scientific research and community service and celebrating orphans part of the service of the community to be part of us. He added that the orphan's day is a pleasure for us and not vice versa, we are happier.

He pointed out that the university with all its leaders does not hesitate to contribute and participate in such social events.

For his part, Dr. Ahmad Fayyad, one of the scholars of Al-Azhar Al-Sharif, said that we want as a religious institution to be a celebration of orphans orphaned so that the orphan can live in society like others. He pointed that Islamic history is full of scientists illuminated the world with their knowledge and were in their childhood orphans such as Imam Shafi'i, Ibn Hanbal and Bukhari. Therefore, we ask the community now to take care of these young people to have a useful person to society, urging the institutions of society to the need to adopt them so as not to bring spoilers and terrorists we suffer from in the future.

The student Abdullah Al-Sharqawi, demanded the Ministry of Youth and Sports and the military government institutions to pay attention to orphan children and provide a helping hand to them so as to strengthen their belonging and patriotism.

At the end of the ceremony, which varied between poetry and singing and the tanoura show and the show of magician and cowns, which brought joy and pleasure to orphans, Ahmed Galal distributed gifts to children.