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AMOC and Al-Orman Association to Improve Lives in Al-Amriya District
As part of the implementation of the High Committee for Community Development plans in the petroleum sector under the presidency of his Highness Eng. Tarek El Molla, Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Alexandria Mineral Oils Company (AMOC) signed a cooperation protocol with Dar Al-Orman Organization to implement the rehabilitation project of Palestine Village in Al-Amriya district in Alexandria. The protocol aims to uplift and support the neediest families by equipping and furnishing 55 houses, providing 54 livestock heads for supporting families, medical supplies including mobile clinics, prosthetic limbs, and hearing aids, along with various other projects for the village residents, with a total cost of approximately 13 million EGP. The protocol was signed by Eng.Amr Lotfy, AMOC’s Chairman and CEO , and Eng. Hossam Qabani, Head of Al-Orman Organization, in the presence of Eng. Alaa Hagar, the Ministry of Petroleum's Technical Office Undersecretary, and several officials from both sides. Eng. Amr Lotfy explained that the rehabilitation project of Palestine Village in Al-Amriya comes as part of the company's increasing commitment to providing secure housing for citizens to ensure a decent life for them. He added that this project aligns with the petroleum sector's strategy for corporate social responsibility, contributing to efforts to eradicate poverty in all its forms, and supporting development efforts carried out by the state in villages while enhancing the capabilities of its residents to face societal challenges. On his part, Eng. Hossam Qabani pointed out that the organization provides various services to citizens in different governorates of the republic, in support of families in need, orphans, and individuals with disabilities. Additionally, they collaborate with civil society institutions to provide food, clothing, and various living essentials. This protocol is an extension of the fruitful cooperation by the Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, which exerts significant efforts in community development. The protocol signing event was attended by Eng. Medhat Shaaban, EGPC ‘s CEO Assistant for Corporate Social Responsibility, Eng. Ramy Abdel Latif, the Technical Office Director of the Ministry of Petroleum, Mr. Khaled Abu Khattoua, Corporate Social Responsibility GM Assistant at AMOC, and several officials from AMOC and Al-Orman.