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The Educate Me Foundation won the Prince Mohammad bin Fahd Award for the best charitable performance in the Arab world, in a ceremony held under the auspices of the League of Arab States, and organized by the Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd Foundation for Humanitarian Development, in cooperation with the Arab Organization for Administrative Development. The award ceremony was held in its second round 2019 – 2020, under the slogan “Towards a better future for institutional...

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All you Winter lovers, REJOICE! the Egyptian Meteorological Authority just announced that the weather will be just as cold, or even colder than it is right now. Myself, as a Summer man, I really hate the fact that I’m writing this article right now! That includes Greater Cairo and all governorates.  Temperatures will start to rise from Saturday, by two to four degrees. Oh, lest not forget that the fog will be covering most of...

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The American University in Cairo (AUC) is celebrating the work and legacy of graphic design legend Paul Rand, an American art director, and graphic designer, for the first time in the Middle East, with an exhibition that showcases his work, in addition to panel talks, and design sprint. The exhibition’s opening is on Saturday, December 11; 6 pm at Margo Veillon Gallery, AUC Tahrir Square and it will be open daily from 10 am to...

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