Mr. Moustafa highlighted his firm belief in social responsibility and its role in serving the community.

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Tuesday, 26 January 2021
Chairman and Chief Editor
Bedour Ibrahim

He paid tribute to the tremendous efforts made by Ministry of Health and Population

Hisham Talaat Mostafa bears expenses for the vaccination of 2 million citizens


Hisham Talaat Mostafa, chief executive and managing director of Talaat Moustafa Group, stated that he decided to bear costs necessary for vaccinating up to 2 million low-income citizens. 



The statement came during press conference held this afternoon at the Ministry of Health and Population’s headquarters on the sidelines of signing a cooperation protocol between Talaat Moustafa Group, Ministry of Health & Population, and Live Egypt Fund with the attendance of Minister of Health and Population Dr. Hala Zayed,  and chief executive of Live Egypt Fund Mr. Tamer Abd El-Fattah.




 Hisham Talaat Moustafa said that signing this protocol  which cements solidarity among all national bodies  emanates from the Group’s firm belief in social responsibility and its role in serving the community. 

“ With it wreaking huge human and economic damages, Coronavirus pandemic appears to be the sternest challenges that  have faced  the modern world ever,” said he, noting that Egypt handled this tough challenge with highest dexterity owing to the wise decisions taken by president Abd El-Fattah El-Sisi.  



Dr. Hisham Talaat Mostafa hailed the tremendous efforts exerted by Dr. Hala Zayed since the flare-up of the Coronavirus crisis along with all concerned bodies and institutions.

These institutions include the Live Egypt Fund, headed by Gen. Mohamed Ameen who sought to resolve all hurdles facing the community, as well as  all media outlets which launched  campaigns to raise people’s awareness and inform them about the dangers of this pandemic.