September 26, 2023
September 26, 2023
Hospice Egypt Wins The First Place Prize in The NGOs Award of Excellence Initiative
Cairo, Egypt – November 6th, 2023
Hospice Egypt, the founding organization of hospice services in Egypt, is proud to announce that it has won the first prize in the NGOs Award of Excellence initiative, provided by the Professional Development Foundation and under the auspices of the Ministry of Social Solidarity.
The initiative included 1200 associations and NGOs, and was based on the following criteria: The organization's positive impact on the community, the organization's use of innovative methods and approaches to achieve its goals, and ability to sustain its operations over time.
Hospice Egypt was recognized for its outstanding work in providing compassionate and dignified care to terminally-ill patients and their families. The organization's services are completely free of charge, and it is committed to reaching all patients, regardless of their socio-economic status, gender, or religion.
"We are honored to receive this award," said Dr. Tandiar Samir, General Manager, Hospice Egypt. "It is a testament to the dedication and hard work of our team, and to the support of our donors and volunteers. We are committed to continuing to provide the highest quality of care to our patients and their families."
About Hospice Egypt
Hospice Egypt is the founding non-profit organization of Hospice services in Egypt since 2010 providing free of charge services to the terminally-ill patients and their families, and a member of the Worldwide Hospice and Palliative Care Alliance. Headquartered in Cairo, Hospice Egypt provides a diversified array of services encompassing the medical, nursing, psychological, financial and social services to the terminally-ill patients as well as after death support to the deceased’s family. Hospice Egypt operates in Cairo, Giza and Qaluobiya through a multidisciplinary team of more than 100 dedicated professionals and trained volunteers with a mission to provide care and preserve the dignity of terminally-ill patients and their families.