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Edita foundation donates EGP 3 m to address malnutrition in vulnerable areas
Edita Foundation for Social Development donated EGP 3 million to address chronic malnutrition-related growth impairment and malnutrition in Ezbat Khairalla and Asmarat over a 30-month period.
Within this context, Edita Food Industries, a market leader in baked food products, announced that the foundation signed a cooperation protocol with the esteemed AI-Khair and Baraka charity organization, and the dedicated New Woman Foundation.
This groundbreaking partnership marks a significant milestone in Edita’s continued commitment to empowering underprivileged communities.
This initiative reinforces Edita Foundation for Social Development’s ongoing commitment to its CSR priorities of education and healthcare.
Following its successful partnership with Educate Me to empower local youth with access to quality education, Edita is now extending its impact to address crucial healthcare challenges faced by underprivileged communities across Egypt. By fostering sustainable change through education and now healthcare, Edita seeks to make a meaningful difference in the lives of the underprivileged community.
In light of this cooperation, Hani Berzi, Chairman of Edita Food Industries S.A.E., stated, “At Edita, our belief is that healthcare and education are the fundamentals of sustainable development and wellbeing. We firmly believe in creating sustainable change and giving back to the communities we serve. After witnessing the positive outcomes of our partnership with Educate Me, we recognize the importance of enhancing healthcare access for the vulnerable population of Ezbat Khairalla and Asmarat. By joining hands with AI-Khair and Baraka and the New Woman Foundation, we are taking another step forward in our mission to make a meaningful difference in people’s lives.”