Join us for the HANDS Benefit Dinner, honoring Yousreya Sawiris. The benefit will take place at the Harvard Club in New York City, and tickets are available for $300/seat or $3,000 for a table of ten. Sponsorship options are available for $4000 and $7000. We look forward to seeing you there!
Join us for our next Crafts of Cairo sale, being held at the Chautauqua Institution. Come browse our beautiful select of quilts, bags, notecards and more.Each product is made by artisans at the Association for the Protection of the Environment (APE), a job skills and educational program for women living and working in the garbage […]
Amine Dridi is a lively young professional who works as a special educator for children with Down’s Syndrome and Autism in his home country of Tunisia. During HANDS’ most recent Professional Fellows Program, which was sponsored by the U.S. Department of State and focused on NGO development for organizations improving the lives of people with […]CONTINUE READING →
Mohammed, two of his siblings, and their mother have special needs. They represent 10% of Egypt’s population that have a mental or physical disability. Being disabled makes it very challenging for someone to live in Egypt. There is a lack of resources for this population. Mohammed’s family is no exception; they live in an underserved […]CONTINUE READING →
This spring, Hands Along the Nile welcomed 10 young professionals from Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia to the US. For four weeks, they had the opportunity to work with American organizations in Seattle and Chicago through the Professional Fellows Program sponsored by the U.S. Department of State. HANDS fellows from Egypt, Morocco, and Tunisia enjoy […]CONTINUE READING →
Gamal and his son pictured with the calves purchased through a HANDS sponsored microloan program Gamal has a wife and two children to support but the daily wages from his job as a driver in Ezbet Rida weren’t enough. Despite his hard work, the money he brings in from driving barely met his family’s […]CONTINUE READING →