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Achievements

2017 Achievements

  • Exchanging the last doses of Virus C treatment for the medical convoys cases

      Under the auspices of Prof. Dr. / Essam El-Din Metwally - the University president, the Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Institute in collaboration with the General Administration of community service and environment development, exchanged the last dose (third dose) of "C" virus” treatment, on Monday, February 20 for cases of medical convoys in the villages "Sakiet Almenkdy; Shama; Tahoay; Ashmoun" at Menoufia.

      The University of Sadat City have contributed to provide all the necessary doses for 249 patients, under the supervision of both Dr. / Amal Ahmed Abdel Aziz – the Dean of the Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Institute, and Mrs. / Nahed Barsem – The General Director of the General Department for Community Service and Environmental Development.

      The university announced that it will not stop the medical convoys to eliminate “virus C"; and to take care and serve the surrounding community.

  • The USC celebrates the winning faculties of the environmental excellence

      On Sunday, July 24 the General Department for Community Service and Environmental Development honoring the winning faculties and institutes of the first the second place from the Environmental Excellence committee at the university level for the academic year 2015/2016 and that at the hall of seminars at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine under the auspices of Prof. Dr. / Salah Al-Ballal – the university President; and Prof. Dr. / Essam El-Din Metwally – The Vice President for Education and student Affairs.

      The celebration was in the presence of Prof. Dr. / Ahmed Mohamed Bayoumi – the director of the Environmental Excellence Committee and the vice dean of veterinary medicine for Community Service and Environmental Development; - Prof. Dr. / Shaden Muawiya Hanafy – the secretary of the genetic engineering and bio-technology institute for community service and environmental development; - Prof. Dr. / Mamdouh Mohamed Abdel-Maged – the secretary of the Faculty of Education for community service and environmental development; and Prof. Dr. / Mamdouh Mohammed Saeed Arafa – the secretary of the Institute of environmental Studies and research, and Prof. Dr. / Osama Rabee - the secetary of the Faculty of Commerce for community service and environmental development; and Mr. / Radwan El-Kerm – the general secretary of the university and Mrs. / Nahed Mustafa Barsem – the general director of the community service and environmental development department.

      Prof. Dr. / Essam El-Din Metwally - honored the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine for obtaining the first place in the environmental excellence; and handed the University Shield to Prof. Dr. / Shaaban Gadallah – the dean of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine; and also handed the University Shield to Prof. Dr. / Mubarak Hassani, the dean of the Institute of Environmental Studies and Research for obtaining the Institute the second place.

      Dr. / Essam stressed on his speech that the goal of the university is to encourage the faculties to achieve excellence and revealing its shortcomings and fix it and the dissemination of the quality policy among the faculties in terms of the quality of laboratories, warehouses, lectures halls, external beauty and cleanliness.

       

  • A symposium in Abu Nashaba village

      The General Administration for Community Service and Environmental Development in collaboration with the Institute of Environmental Studies and Research organized on Wednesday, August 10, 2016 in the village of Abu Nashaba Menofia a symposium about "the cultivation of beans" under the auspices of Prof. Dr. / Essam El-Din Metwally - the University president and under the supervision of Mrs. / Nahed Barsem – The Director of the General administration for community service and environmental development.

      The symposium will be hold at the guiding hall in Abu Nashaba village, and it will be lectured by Dr. / Sabri Shaheen – the professor of ongoing environment development and approved by Prof. Dr. / Mamdouh Arafa - Vice-Dean for Community Service and Environmental Development, symposium drew a large turnout of interested farmers to grow this plant, headed by Eng. / Abdel Ghaffar Salem - Director of Agricultural adminstration in Kafr Dawood.

2016 Achievements

  • The USC of makes field visits for victims of anti-terrorist operations at Maadi Hospital

      Under the auspices of Prof. Dr. / Salah Al-Ballal – the University President - and headed by Prof. Dr. / Essam El-Din Metwali – the vice president for education and student affairs.

      The general administration for community service and environmental development, organized a field visit for victims of terrorist operations at Maadi Hospital on Thursday, April 28, 2016, under the supervision of Prof. / Nahed Barsem – the general director of the department of community service and environmental development and Eng. / Hamdi Al-Shami – the director of communications and conference management.

      The workers of the general administration for community service and environmental development and Public administration of the students care and the number of 20 students and 6 supervisors took part in the visit, and they were received by the medical management of the centre and the visit to inspect the conditions of the injured in the terrorist operations of the armed forces officers and soldiers and provide them with memorial gifts and in-kind, which had a positive impact in raising the morale of the injured, and the University shield has been delivered to general. / The director of Maadi medical center.


      The medical center leaders have hailed the visit and express their thanks and appreciation to the university administration for this visit, general. / the director of the Medical Center in Maadi and presented Medical Center of the Armed Forces in Maadi Shield to the university administration and the moral affairs department of the armed forces to take photos with the university delegation and the injured.

  • A Symposium about Jojoba plant cultivation in Egypt

      On Monday 30, May 2016, a symposium held at Institute of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Research entitled “Expansion of Jojoba plant cultivation in Egypt” under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Salah El- Ballal – USC’s President and in attendance of Prof. Dr. Essam Metwaly – Vice President for Education and Students AffairsProf. Dr. Mahmoud Emam Nasr – Former Dean of the Institute of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Research and Prof. Dr. Amal Abd El-Aziz – the Current Dean of the Institute.

       

      The symposium started with a greeting speech delivered by Prof. Dr. Salah El-Ballal, and then Prof. Dr. Adel Higazy – Director of the University Projects – starts his presentation about the cultivation methods of Jojoba plant cultivation and its expansion in Egypt, while Dr. Higazy focused on;

      1. Cultivation methods and sowing date.
      2. The importance of Jojoba plants economically.
      3. Uses of Jojoba as below;
      • Production of Oil, which is used in the aircraft engines.
      • All Cosmetics types.
      • Feed Industry.
      • Keeping the fruits exported abroad.

         

      At the End, Dr. Higazy determine the goals of the symposium to be as;

      Identify the current situation of Jojoba plants in Egypt.

      • Future strategies for expansion in its cultivation.
      • The university's role in expanding the cultivation of jojoba types domestically and internationally.

         

      The symposium came up with several recommendations including: -

      • An agreement between the University and the University of Sadat City Oscan Japanese planting 100 acres of jojoba plant.
      • The university's role in supporting agricultural investors in planting.


       

  • Celebrating the World Environment Day

      The general department for community service and environmental development in collaboration with the Institute of Environmental Studies and Research organized on Sunday, June 5, 2016 a workshop entitled "Celebrating World Environment Day," under the auspices of Prof. Dr. / Salah Al-Ballal - the University President – with the presence of Prof. Dr. / Essam El-Din Metwally – The Vice President for Education and student Affairs, Prof. Dr. / Gamal al-Sisi - Dean of the Faculty of Education, Dr. / Magda Refaat Abu El-Safa – Director of the Center for quality assurance and continuous development and Mr. / Radwan El-Kerm – the General Secretary of the university, and the number of the faculty members and the USC staff and a number of Sadat city schools students.

       

       After the University President speech about preserving the environment and start with ourselves to maintain our home, our streets, our city and our country, Dr. / Mamdouh El-Saeed Arafa - Secretary of the Institute of Environmental Studies and Research for Community Service and Environmental Development said a quick lecture and told them about the order of the faculties and institutes at the university level.

       

      The participants of the workshop are scheduled to go to Sadat City schools to cultivate the Neem trees after the university president planted a tree at the University of Sadat City.

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  • USC’s Medical (NCCHV) convoy in the village of Manshiyat Damlo – Qwisna

      Under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Salah El-Ballal –President of the University, the general administration of community service and environmental development affairs in cooperation with the institute of genetic engineering at the University of Sadat City organized a free medical convoy in Manshiyat Damlo – Qwisna to make the medical tests for virus C on Monday 25, Jul 2016.

      While the convoy headed by Prof. Dr. Amal Abd El-Aziz – Dean of the institute of genetic engineering, and under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Shaden Moaywa – Vice Dean of the Institute for Community Servises and Environmental Development, and Mrs. Nahed Brsiem – the director of general administration of community service affairs and environmental development.

      In the faith of the role of the university at the surrounding community service and providing many services to the people of Sadat City, these convoys had been set, as a part of the Egyptian National Committee for the Combat of Hepatic Viruses (NCCHV), to assess the problem and find the best prevention and treatment measures.

       

  • A free medical Convoy at Sadat City Nursing Home

      The general administration for community services and environmental development organized a free medical Convoy on 15 Aug 2016 for the People of Sadat City at “Nursing home care”, under the auspices of Prof. Essam Metwaly – USC’s President and the General supervisor for Community service and Environmental Development, in cooperation with the Medical Administration in several specialists (Gastroenterology – Orthopedics – Cardiothoracic) under the auspices of the University President Prof. Dr. Essam.

      The convoy headed by Dr. Mervat Kabiel – Director of the Medical Administration, and Mrs. Nahed Barsiem – Director of Environmental development management.

      The university provided a bus to transfer all guests to the medical administration to carry out the necessary medical analyses and medical rays for all patient as well as provide the medicaments for them.

      The visit comes within the interests of the university to prepare a medical convoys and play an effective role to serve the surrounding community.

  • Free Medical Convoy to Kafr Dawoud Village

      Under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Essam Metwaly – the Acting President of the University, a free Medical Convoy launched by the Institute of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Research in collaboration with the general administration of community service and environmental development on 28, Feb 2016, for the People of Kafr Dawoud Village.

      Under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Shaden Moawya – Vice Dean of the Institute for community service and environmental development and Mrs. Nahed Barsiem – General Director of community service and environmental development administration.

      In the faith of the role of the university at the surrounding community service and providing many services to the people of Sadat City, these convoys had been set, as a part of the Egyptian National Committee for the Combat of Hepatic Viruses (NCCHV), to assess the problem and find the best prevention and treatment measures.

      The Convoy held its medical tests for more than 250 cases.

      The Institute participated by;

      • Dr. Mahmoud Gad-Allah
      • Dr. May Saeed
      • Mr. Mohamed Abd El-Fatah
      • Mrs. Alaa Abd El-Mordy

      While the general administration of community service and environmental development participated by;

      • Eng. Hamdy El-Shamy
      • Eng. Mohamed Ghazal
      • Eng. Mahmoud Desouky
      • Mrs. Amal Mohamed Abdou
      • Mrs. Abeer Mohamed Salem

      The medical department of Sadat City participated by:

      • Mrs. Abeer El-Sayed
      • Mrs. Tahani Abd El-Azim
      • Mr. / Shohdi Yehia 

  • The spread of Jatropha plant cultivation in Egypt symposium

      On Tuesday 27, Sep 2016, The General Administration for Community Services and Environmental Development in cooperation with the Institute of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Research, organized a symposium entitled “The spread of Jatropha plant cultivation in Egypt” under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Essam Metwaly – the Acting President of the University.

      The symposium lectured by Prof. Dr. Adel Hegazy – Biotechnology Professor at the Institute of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Research and the Director of the University Projects. Dr. Hegazy explained the Jatropha plant and its uses as natural alternative energy in the future “Jatropha grows in tropical and sub-tropical regions, with cultivation limits at 30ºN and 35ºS. It also grows in lower altitudes of 0-500 meters above sea level. Jatropha is not sensitive to day length (flowering is independent of latitude) and may flower at any time of the year. It is a succulent shrub that sheds its leaves during the dry season, with deep roots that make it well suited to semi-arid conditions. While jatropha can survive with as little as 250 to 300 mm of annual rainfall, at least 600 mm is needed to flower and set fruit. The optimum rainfall for seed production is considered between 1 000 and 1 500 mm, which corresponds to sub humid ecologies. While jatropha has been observed growing with 3 000 mm of rainfall, higher precipitation is likely to cause fungal attack and restrict root growth in all but the most free-draining soils.



      The best soils for jatropha are aerated sands and loams of at least 45 cm depth. Heavy clay soils are less suitable and should be avoided, particularly where drainage is impaired, as jatropha is intolerant of waterlogged conditions. Ability to grow in alkaline soils has been widely reported, but the soil pH should be within 6.0 to 8.0/8.5. There is evidence from northwest India that jatropha is tolerant of saline irrigation water, although yield under these conditions is not documented. Jatropha is known for its ability to survive in very poor, dry soils in conditions considered marginal for agriculture, and can even root into rock crevices. However, the survival ability does not mean that high productivity can be obtained from jatropha under marginal agricultural environments.



      The oil content of jatropha seed can range from 18.4–42.3 percent but generally lies in the range of 30–35 percent. The oil is almost all stored in the seed kernel, which has an oil content of around 50–55 percent. This compares well to groundnut kernel (42 percent), rape seed (37 percent), soybean seed (14 percent) and sunflower seed (32 percent). The seed kernel contains predominantly crude fat (oil) and protein, while the seed coat contains mainly fiber. The products of the harvested jatropha fruits and their fractions by weight. The fruit shell describes the fruit pericarp, while the seed consists of the inner kernel and the outer husk or seed coat.


      Jatropha also will be used as “Oil Crop - Raw material - Medicinal plant - Raw material for dye - Soil enrichment - Feed - Insecticide/ pesticide - Alternative to Diesel”.



      While, Dr. Metwaly pointed out that, the University of Sadat City is moving to support such projects by providing land and support needed and held a joint agreements with the Japanese side to finance projects in this field, which will come back to the university and Egypt with positive in energy and economic fields.

       



      The Symposium attended by several academic and governmental leaders, Eng. Mamdouh Ashour – Chairman of Sadat City Development Authority, Prof. Dr. Mahmoud Emam Nasr – Former Dean of the Institute of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Research and the Founder of the Institute, Prof. Dr. Amal Abd El-Aziz – Dean of the Institute of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Research and Prof. Dr. Mubarak Hasani - Dean of the Institute of Environmental Studies and Research.

       

       

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  • USC celebrates World Environmental Day

      Under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Essam Metwaly – the Acting President of the University, the general administration of community service and environmental development organized a celebration on the function of the World Environment Day on Wednesday 19, Oct 2016, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Mamdouh Arafa – Vice Dean of the Institute of Environmental Studies and Research for Community Services and Environmental Development, and Mrs. Nahed Barsiem – General Director of community service and environmental development. In attendance of Deans and vice Deans of USC’s Faculties and Institutes, USC’s staff and assistants, USC’s former leaders; Prof. Dr. Nabil El-Hefnawy – Former dean of the Institute of Environmental Studies and Research, Prof. Dr. Mobarak Hasany - Former dean of the Institute of Environmental Studies and Research, as well as USC’s General Secretary Mr. Radwan El-Qerm, General directors and managers, USC’s Workers, USC’s students and students from Sadat City Schools.

      While the celebration begins with an opening speech of the President of the University, Praising on the role of the community service and environmental development sector in providing services, adding that, the sector spare no effort in promoting the cultural, social and health awareness.

      At the end of celebration, all attendance visited the Institute of Environmental Studies and Research in order to attend a symposium about New and Renewable Energy.

       

       

  • University Sadat City visited Hospital 57357

      Under the auspices of Prof. Dr. / Essam El-Din Metwally – the University President and headed by Mrs. / Nahed Mustafa Barsem – The General Director for Community Service and Environmental Development Department, the USC organized a visit to the hospital, "57357" which was held on Monday, November 7, 2016.

      Mrs. / Nahed Mustafa Barsem and the members of the visiting team gave gifts and games to the children and took some souvenir pictures with them, which had a profound impact of joy and happiness to the children.

      At the end of the visit which lasts until 1 pm, a team of the hospital staff thanked Dr. / Essam El-Din Metwally - the university president - and Mrs. / Nahed Barsem – The General Director of the General Department for Community Service and Environmental Development and the members of the visiting team and asked to repeat this visit again and encourage the workers at the University of Sadat city to donate to the hospital so that it can accommodate the largest number of sick children and the purchase of medical equipment and increase the number of beds in the hospital.

  • The Community Service Department organizes a symposium about the animal origin food health

      Under the auspices of Prof. Dr. / Essam El-Din Metwally - the University President – the General Department of Community Service and Environmental Development organized a symposium entitled "animal origin food health" in cooperation with the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine.

      The symposium was held at the Conference Hall at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, headed by Prof. Dr. / Shaaban Gadallah – the Dean of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, and under the supervision of professor / Nahed Barsem – the General Director of Community Service and Environmental Development, and it was lectured by Prof. Dr. / Khalid Gaafar – the Vice Dean for Community Service and Environmental Development.

      The symposium aims to raise awareness of food of animal origin, how to make best use of the food and preserve the nutritional value of it guardian without exposing them to the sources of pollution and the loss of useful elements and the seminar was attended by a lot of students from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the University.

  • A free medical Convoy at Sadat City Nursing home care

      The general administration for community services and environmental development organized a free medical Convoy on 04 Jan 2016 for the People of Sadat City at “Nursing home care”, under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Salah El-Ballal – USC’s President and the General supervisor for Community service and Environmental Development, in cooperation with the Medical Administration in several specialists (Gastroenterology – Orthopedics – Cardiothoracic)

      The convoy headed by Dr. Mervat Kabiel – Director of the Medical Administration, and Mrs. Nahed Barsiem – Director of Environmental development management

       

      The visit comes within the interests of the university to prepare a medical convoys and play an effective role to serve the surrounding community.

       

  • USC’s free medical convoy for Sadat City People

      Under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Salah El-Ballal –President of the University, a free Medical Convoy organized by the general administration of community service and environmental development in collaboration with the medical administration on 20 Jul 2016, for the People of Sadat City, at the headquarter of the medical administration on 11th area.

      The Convoy supervised by Mrs. Nahed Brsiem – the director of general administration of community service affairs and environmental development, and Dr. Mervat Kabiel – Director of the Medical Administration

      The Convoy held its medical examination for more than 230 cases included the below disciplines

      • Otolaryngology
      • Cardiology and Internal medicine
      • Orthopedics
      • Dermatology
      • Pediatrics

       

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  • Free Medical Convoy to Kafr El-Sadat Village, Tala

      Under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Salah El-Ballal –President of the University, a free Medical Convoy has been launched yesterday 02 Feb 2016, to Kafr El-Sadat Village, Tala, headed by Prof. Dr. Amal Abd El-Aziz – Dean of the Institute of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Research, and under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Shaden Hanafi – Vice Dean of the Institute for community service and environmental development and, Mrs. Nahed Brsiem – the director of general administration of community service affairs and environmental development.

      Moreover, the convoy has analyzed 153 cases, while the citizens expressed their happiness with this initiative, asking for more medical convoys and the provision of the treatment in cases where any infected cases.

       

  • Medical convoy in Tamlai village within a comprehensive survey of virus C program

      The general administration of community service and environmental development affairs in cooperation with the institute of genetic engineering at the University of Sadat City organized a free medical convoy in Tamlai village,"Menouf" center, Menofia to make the medical tests for virus C on Sunday, February 7, 2016.

      Under the auspices of Prof. Dr. / Salah Al-Ballal – the president of the university, and headed by Prof. Dr. / Amal Abdel Aziz – the dean of the genetic engineering institute, and oversees the convoy both Prof. / Shaden Muawiya Hanafi - vice-dean for community service and environmental development, and Prof. / Nahed Barsem – the director of the general administration for community service and environmental development.

  • Free Medical convoy to Kafr Bitbes village

      The institute of genetic engineering at the University of Sadat City launched a free medical convoy in Kafr Bitbes - Tala on Monday 22, Aug 2016 to make the medical tests for virus C, in cooperation with the general administration of community service and environmental development, Under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Essam Metwaly – Acting President of the University.

      The convoy visited the village on Monday 22, Aug 2016, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Shaden Moawia – Vice dean of the Institute for community service and environmental development and Mrs. Nahed Barsiem – Director of Environmental development management.

      The Convoy held its medical tests for more than 300 cases.

      The Institute participated by;

      • Dr. Wael Soliman – Chemist
      • Dr. Asmahan Saeed – Chemist
      • Mrs. Safinaz Abd El-Fattah – Nurse

      While the general administration of community service and environmental development participated by;

      • Eng. Nabil Gaber – Director of the special unit
      • Eng. Ashraf Khedr.
      • Eng. Hassan Mokhtar.

      In the faith of the role of the university at the surrounding community service and providing many services to the people of Sadat City, these convoys had been set, as a part of the Egyptian National Committee for the Combat of Hepatic Viruses (NCCHV), to assess the problem and find the best prevention and treatment measures.

       

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  • Medical convoy in Debrki village within a comprehensive survey of virus C program

      The general administration of community service and environmental development affairs in cooperation with the institute of genetic engineering at the University of Sadat City organized a free medical convoy in Debrki Village, Menouf, on 14 Feb 2016.

      Under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Salah El-Ballal –President of the University, and headed by Prof. Dr. Amal Abd El-Aziz – Dean of the Institute of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Research, and under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Shaden Hanafi – Vice Dean of the Institute for community service and environmental development and, Mrs. Nahed Brsiem – the director of general administration of community service affairs and environmental development.

      Moreover, the convoy has analyzed 200 cases; 61 cases are positive and 139 are negative with total the infection rate was 30.5%. While the citizens expressed their happiness with this initiative, asking for more medical convoys and the provision of the treatment in cases where any infected cases.

  • Free medical convoy to Abu Salah village at Ashmon Center

      The Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Research Institute in cooperation with the general administration for community service and environmental development, organized a free medical convoy to make medical tests for virus, "C" (Abu Salah village, Ashmun Center), under the auspices of Prof. Dr. / Essam El-Din Metwally - the university president - and headed by Prof. Dr. / Amal Abdel Aziz, the dean of the genetic Engineering and biotechnology Research Institute.

      The convoy to the village, "Abu Salah" center "Ashmun" Menofia headed on Monday, September 5, 2016, and under the auspices of Prof. Dr. / Shaden Muawiya Hanafi - Vice-Dean for Community Service and Environmental Development and Prof. / Nahed Barsem – the director of the public administration affairs community service and environment development.

       The convoy was making analyzes of more than 220 state and the Genetic Engineering Research Institute has been involved by :

      Dr. / Abdul Rahman Abdul Hamid Abdul Rahman - chemist

      Dr. / Mai Mohamed Said - chemist

      Abir Abd El-Tawab Ghonaimy - Nursing

      From the General Administration for Community Service and Environmental Development: -

      Eng. / Hamdi al-Shami - Director of Communications and Conference Management

      Eng. / Tharwat Zakaria Arafa – the director of the university administration for non-students projects.

       

       

  • Medical convoy in Menouf within a comprehensive survey of virus C program

      The general administration of community service and environmental development affairs in cooperation with the institute of genetic engineering at the University of Sadat City organized a free medical convoy in Menouf, on 16 Feb 2016.

      Under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Salah El-Ballal –President of the University, and headed by Prof. Dr. Amal Abd El-Aziz – Dean of the Institute of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Research, and under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Shaden Hanafi – Vice Dean of the Institute for community service and environmental development and, Mrs. Nahed Brsiem – the director of general administration of community service affairs and environmental development.

      The convoy comes within a comprehensive survey of virus C program in Menofia Governorate, for more than 1000 citizen, as an interest of the University to help and support the surrounded area.

      Moreover, the convoy has analyzed 200 cases; 61 cases are positive and 139 are negative with total the infection rate was 30.5%. While the citizens expressed their happiness with this initiative, asking for more medical convoys and the provision of the treatment in cases where any infected cases.

  • Free Medical convoy for the People of Adnan Medany Village

      The general administration for community services and environmental development in cooperation with the Medical Administration organized a free medical Convoy on 07 Sep 2016 for the People of Adnan Medany Village under the auspices of the Acting President of the University Prof. Dr. Essam Metwaly, while the convoy headed by Mrs. Nahed Barsiem – Director of Environmental development management and Dr. Mervat Kabiel.

      The convoy visited the village on Monday on the 7th of Sep 2016 in order to hold its medical tests for more than 100 cases in several specialists (Gastroenterology – Dermatology – Pediatrics).

      The Medical administration participated by;

      • Dr. Hany Motawea – Gastroenterology
      • Dr. Esraa El-Gendy– Dermatology
      • Dr. Nowair Fayez – Pediatrics

      While the general administration of community service and environmental development participated by;

      • Mrs. Nahed Barsiem – Director of the special unit
      • Eng. Ashraf Khedr.
      • Eng. Mohamed Desoky.

       

       

  • “Self-Skills Development and Improvement” symposium

      Under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Salah El-Ballal – USC’s President and Prof. Dr. Essam Metwaly – Vice President of the University for Education and Students Affairs, the general administration for community services and environmental development in cooperation with the general administration of student welfare organized a symposium entitled “Self-Skills Development and Improvement” at Faculty of Physical Education.

       

      The symposium started at 11 pm for 2 hrs, in the presence of Prof. Dr. Essam Metwaly – Vice President of the University for Education and Students Affairs, under the supervision of Mrs. Nahed Barsiem – Director of Environmental development management, Mr. Mamdouh Ayad – GM of student welfare administration. While the symposium lectured by Dr. Azza Mohamed El-Amary – Professor at Faculty of Physical Administration.

       

  • Free Medical Convoy for the People of Shemyats Village

      Under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Essam Metwaly – the Acting President of the University, a free Medical Convoy launched by the Institute of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Research in collaboration with the general administration of community service and environmental development on Monday 19, Sep 2016, for the People of Shemyats Village Centre of Shohdaa.
       

      The Convoy headed by Prof. Dr. Amal Abd El-Aziz – Dean of the Institute, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Shaden Moawya – Vice Dean of the Institute for community service and environmental development and Mrs. Nahed Barsiem – General Director of community service and environmental development administration.
       

      In the faith of the role of the university at the surrounding community service and providing many services to the people of Sadat City, these convoys had been set, as a part of the Egyptian National Committee for the Combat of Hepatic Viruses (NCCHV), to assess the problem and find the best prevention and treatment measures.
       

      The Convoy held its medical tests for more than 330 cases.
       

      The Institute participated by;
       

      • Dr. Wael Soliman– Analytics
      • Dr. Rasha Fathy – Chemist
      • Mr. Hamdy Gomaa– Nurse
         

      While the general administration of community service and environmental development participated by;
       

      • Eng. Nabil Gaber
      • Eng. Tharwat Zakaria.


  • Free Medical Convoy for the People of Talya Village

      Under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Essam Metwaly – the Acting President of the University, a free Medical Convoy launched by the Institute of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Research in collaboration with the general administration of community service and environmental development on Wednesday 28, Sep 2016, for the People of Talya Village Centre of Ashmoun.

      The Convoy headed by Prof. Dr. Amal Abd El-Aziz – Dean of the Institute, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Shaden Moawya – Vice Dean of the Institute for community service and environmental development and Mrs. Nahed Barsiem – General Director of community service and environmental development administration.

      In the faith of the role of the university at the surrounding community service and providing many services to the people of Sadat City, these convoys had been set, as a part of the Egyptian National Committee for the Combat of Hepatic Viruses (NCCHV), to assess the problem and find the best prevention and treatment measures.

      The Convoy held its medical tests for more than 240 cases.

      The Institute participated by;

      • Dr. Wael Soliman– Analytics
      • Dr. May Saeed – Chemist
      • Mr. Amal Edrees– Nurse

      While the general administration of community service and environmental development participated by;

      • Eng. Hamdy El-Shamy
      • Eng. Mohamed Ghazal
      • Eng. Mahmoud Desouky

       

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  • Free Medical Convoy for the People of Saqyet El-Monqedy Village

      Under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Essam Metwaly – the Acting President of the University, a free Medical Convoy launched by the Institute of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Research in collaboration with the general administration of community service and environmental development on Saturday 01, Oct 2016, for the People of Saqyet El-Monqedy Village Centre of Ashmoun.

      The Convoy headed by Prof. Dr. Amal Abd El-Aziz – Dean of the Institute, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Shaden Moawya – Vice Dean of the Institute for community service and environmental development and Mrs. Nahed Barsiem – General Director of community service and environmental development administration.

      In the faith of the role of the university at the surrounding community service and providing many services to the people of Sadat City, these convoys had been set, as a part of the Egyptian National Committee for the Combat of Hepatic Viruses (NCCHV), to assess the problem and find the best prevention and treatment measures.

      The Convoy held its medical tests for 276 cases.

      The Institute participated by;

      • Dr. Wael Soliman– Analytics
      • Dr. May Saeed – Chemist
      • Mr. Hamdy Gomaa– Nurse

      While the general administration of community service and environmental development participated by;

      • Eng. Nabil Gaber
      • Eng. Tharwat Zakaria.
      • Eng. Ashraf Khedr

  • A free medical Convoy to Zawit Razin village, Menouf

      The Institute of genetic engineering and biotechnology research in cooperation with the general administration for community services and environmental development and the Medical Administration organized a free medical Convoy on 23 Feb 2016 to Zawit Razin village, Menouf. Under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Salah El-Ballal – USC’s President and the General supervisor for Community service and Environmental Development.

      The Convoy supervised by Prof. Dr. Shaden Moawia – the Dean of the Institute for Community service and Environmental Development and Mrs. Nahed Barsiem – Director of Environmental development management, and from the Medical Administration Mrs. Abeer El-Sayed Abo Zaid, Mrs. Abeer Abd El-Tawab Ghonimy and Mr. Hamdy Mahmoud Gomaa.

       

      The convoy comes within a comprehensive survey of virus C program in Menofia Governorate, for more than 1000 citizen, as an interest of the University to help and support the surrounded area. Moreover, the convoy has analyzed 266 cases; 61 cases are positive and 139 are negative with total the infection rate was 24.5%. While the citizens expressed their happiness with this initiative, asking for more medical convoys and the provision of the treatment in cases where any infected cases.

      The Institute participated by Dr. Abd El-Rahman Abd El-Haleem, Mr. Mohamed Abd El-Fattah Salem and Dr. Mai Mahmoud Saeed, While the General administration for community services and environmental development participated by Eng. Nabil Gaber, Mr. Tharwat Arafa, Eng. Hassan Mokhtar and Eng Mohamed Ghazal.

      From other side, the village participated by its youth in order to facilitate the operation of the Conoy; Mrs. Rasha Abd El-Ghany, Mr. Khaled Ibrahim, Mr. Aymen El-Attar, Mr. Galal El-Daeisi, Mr. Mohamed El-Masry, Mr. Mohamed El-Basiony, Mr. Mostafa El-Hosieany, Mr. Reda Salama, Mr. Ahmed Khaled and Mr. Abd El-Ghany Alqn.

       

      The visit comes within the interests of the university to prepare a medical convoys and play an effective role to serve the surrounding community.

       

       

  • Free Medical Convoy for the People of Saqyet El-Monqedy Village

      Under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Essam Metwaly – the Acting President of the University, a free Medical Convoy launched by the Institute of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Research in collaboration with the general administration of community service and environmental development on Saturday 08, Oct 2016, for the People of Saqyet El-Monqedy Village Centre of Ashmoun.
       

      The Convoy headed by Prof. Dr. Amal Abd El-Aziz – Dean of the Institute, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Shaden Moawya – Vice Dean of the Institute for community service and environmental development and Mrs. Nahed Barsiem – General Director of community service and environmental development administration.

      In the faith of the role of the university at the surrounding community service and providing many services to the people of Sadat City, these convoys had been set, as a part of the Egyptian National Committee for the Combat of Hepatic Viruses (NCCHV), to assess the problem and find the best prevention and treatment measures.

      The Convoy held its medical tests for 520 cases.

       

      The Institute participated by;

      • Dr. Mahmoud Gadallah – Analytics
      • Dr. Wael Soliman – Analytics
      • Dr. Maged Saeed – Chemist
      • Dr. Asmahan Kabel – Chemist

      The Medical Administration participated by

      • Mr. Hamdy Gomaa – Nurse
      • Mrs. Abeer Ghoneamy – Nurse

      While the general administration of community service and environmental development participated by;

      • Eng. Hamdy El-Sahmy
      • Eng. Tharwat Zakaria
      • Eng. Mohamed Marzouk

  • Free Medical Convoy for the People of Shamma Village

      Under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Essam Metwaly – the Acting President of the University, a free Medical Convoy launched by the Institute of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Research in collaboration with the general administration of community service and environmental development on Thursday 18, Oct 2016, for the People of Shamma Village, Ashmoun.
       

      The Convoy headed by Prof. Dr. Amal Abd El-Aziz – Dean of the Institute, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Shaden Moawya – Vice Dean of the Institute for community service and environmental development and Mrs. Nahed Barsiem – General Director of community service and environmental development administration.

      In the faith of the role of the university at the surrounding community service and providing many services to the people of Shamma Village, these convoys had been set, as a part of the Egyptian National Committee for the Combat of Hepatic Viruses (NCCHV), to assess the problem and find the best prevention and treatment measures.

      The Convoy held its medical tests for 322 cases.

      The Institute participated by;

      • Dr. Mahmoud Gadallah – Analytics
      • Dr. Wael Soliman – Analytics
      • Dr. Maged Saeed – Chemist
      • Dr. Asmahan Kabel – Chemist
         

      The Medical Administration participated by

      • Mr. Hamdy Gomaa – Nurse
      • Mr. Mohamed Metawly – Nurse
      • Mrs. Abeer Ghoneamy – Nurse
         

      While the general administration of community service and environmental development participated by;

      • Eng. Tharwat Zakaria.
      • Eng. Ashraf Khedr
      • Mrs. Abeer Salem
      • Mrs. Eman Abd El-Wahab

       

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  • Free Medical Convoy for the People of Ashmoun

      Under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Essam Metwaly – the Acting President of the University, a free Medical Convoy launched by the Institute of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Research in collaboration with the general administration of community service and environmental development on Saturday 29, Oct 2016, for the People of Ashmoun.
       

      The Convoy headed by Prof. Dr. Amal Abd El-Aziz – Dean of the Institute, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Shaden Moawya – Vice Dean of the Institute for community service and environmental development and Mrs. Nahed Barsiem – General Director of community service and environmental development administration.
       

      In the faith of the role of the university at the surrounding community service and providing many services to the people, these convoys had been set, as a part of the Egyptian National Committee for the Combat of Hepatic Viruses (NCCHV), to assess the problem and find the best prevention and treatment measures.
       

      The Convoy held its medical tests for 397 cases.

      The Institute participated by;

      • Dr. Mahmoud Gadallah – Analytics
      • Dr. Wael Soliman – Analytics
      • Dr. Magedo Saeed – Chemist
      • Dr. Nehal Abd El-Hakiem – Chemist

      The Medical Administration participated by

      • Mr. Hamdy Gomaa – Nurse
      • Mr. Atef Abdallah – Nurse
      • Mrs. Aml Edries – Nurse

      While the general administration of community service and environmental development participated by;

      • Eng. Tharwat Zakaria.
      • Eng. Hassan Mahmoud
      • Mr. Mohamed Ghazal
      • Mrs. Amal Abdo

       

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  • A symposium entitled “Health and Environment” organized by ESRI

      The Environmental Studies and Research Institute in cooperation with the Medical Administration organized a symposium entitled “Health and Environment” on 09 Mar 2016, Under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Salah El-Ballal – USC’s President and Prof. Dr. Essam Metwaly – Vice President of the University for Education and Students Affairs, and in the supervision of Prof. Dr. Mamdouh Arafa – Vice Dean of the Institute for Community service and Environmental Development.

      The symposium held at El-Farouk Omar Secondary School and lectured by Prof. Dr. Mamdouh Arafa, Dr. Aliaa Shaaban Mahfouz and Prof, Emad Zaki.

      Health and Environment, targeted all of Schools students by 3 axes; personal hygiene, smoking hazards and protection from infection and viruses in general and especially CNN virus particularly.

       

       

  • USC’s President honoring the “Ideal Mothers”

      On 23 March, 2016, the General Administration of Community Services and Environmental Development, organized the celebration of “Mother’s Day” at the seminar hall of Faculty of Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Salah El-Ballal – University President, Prof. Dr. Essam Metwaly – Vice President for Education and Students Affairs – and Prof. Dr. Rifai Ibrahim Rifai – Vice President for Postgraduate Studies and Research.

      During the celebration UCS’s president honored the Ideal Mother at the level of the University; Mrs. Fathia Mohamed Kamel, Mrs. Fayrouz Abdo Harfosh and Magda Mohsen Sebawih.

      Moreover, Prof. Dr. Gamal E-Sisi – Dean of Faculty of Education delivered his speech, as well as Prof. Dr. Mohamed Metwaly Mansour – Al-Azhar University, in attendance of USC’s staff and workers.

  • A veterinary medical convoy to Kafr Dawood village

      The general administration of community service and environmental development affairs in cooperation with the veterinary medicine faculty at the University of Sadat City organized a free medical convoy to Kafr Dawood village on Thursday, March 24, 2016.

      Under the auspices of Prof. Dr. / Salah Al-Ballal – the university president, and headed by Prof. Dr. / Shabaan Gad Allah – the dean of the faculty of veterinary medicine, and oversees the convoy both Prof. / Ahmed Bayoumi - vice-dean for community service and environmental development, and Prof. / Nahed Barsem – the director of the general administration for community service and environmental development.

      And during the convoy they detected more than 100 cases of animals and birds of many disciplines (surgery - Egyptian diseases - breeding -other specialties), as the convoy included a selection of professors, students and all employees of the General Department for Community Service and Environmental Development.

      The convoy was met with great demand from citizens and thanking Prof. Dr. / Salah Al-Ballal - the university president - and demanded the repetition of such convoys to the people of the village and neighboring villages.

  • USC| Celebrating Orphan's Day

      Orphans Day is a national celebration in Egypt that falls on the first Friday of April and has been an annual event ever since it was first inaugurated, as well as the University of Sadat City is celebrated with children.

      The General Administration for Community services and environmental Development organized a visit to Sadat City orphanage on Monday 04, April 2016, under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Salah El-Ballal – USC’s President, and under the Supervision of Mrs. Nahed Barsim – GM of the Administration, Eng. Hamdy El-Shamy – Director of the Communication management. While all workers of the administration participated in the visit in order to set up entertainment events for orphans. The event is usually used to create awareness about their needs such as activities, games, fun at the Resort. The main target, to give those kids a day of fun, where they can collect joyful memories was completely fulfilled.

       

2015 Achievements

  • Free medical Convoy for the people of Sadat City

      The University of Sadat City organized a free medical Convoy on Saturday 26 Jan, 2014 for the People of Sadat City under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Salah El-Ballal – USC’s President and the General supervisor for Community service and Environmental Development, in cooperation with the general administration for community services and environmental development.

      The convoy headed by

      • Dr. Moselhy Shawky – GM of the Administration of Community Services and Environmental Development
      • Dr. Mohamed Bahaei – Director of the Medical administration – Sadat City
      • Mr. Ali Abd El-Wahab Director of the Community services management
      • Mrs. Nahed Barsiem – Director of Environmental development management

      In attendance of:

      • Dr. Mohamed Bahaey - Orthopedics
      • Dr. Mervat Kabiel - Otolaryngology (ENT)
      • Dr. Sara Saafan - Gastroenterology
      • Dr. Alyaa Abd El-Fattah - Dermatology
      • Dr. Mohamed Fakhry - Pediatric surgery

      The medical team carried out its medical examination in various specialists (185 cases)

      • Otolaryngology (35 cases)
      • Orthopedics (40 cases)
      • Pediatric surgery (25 cases)
      • Gastroenterology (45 cases)
      • Dermatology (40 cases)

  • A free medical Convoy for the Peopled of Sadat City

      The University of Sadat City organized a free medical Convoy on Saturday 12, Nov 2014, for the People of Sadat City under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Salah El-Ballal – USC’s President and the General supervisor for Community service and Environmental Development, in cooperation with the general administration for community services and environmental development.

      The convoy supervised by

      • Mrs. Nahed Barsiem – Director of Environmental development management
      • Eng. Hamdy El-Shamy – Director of the Community Services management

      In attendance of:

      • Dr. Mervat Kabiel - Otolaryngology (ENT)
      • Dr. Hisham Tayel - Gastroenterology
      • Dr. Alyaa Abd El-Fattah - Dermatology
      • Dr. Shaymaa Sharaf - Pediatric surgery

      The medical team carried out its medical examination in various specialists (169 cases)

      • Otolaryngology (41 cases)
      • Pediatric surgery (35 cases)
      • Gastroenterology (54 cases)
      • Dermatology (39 cases)

       

  • A free medical Convoy for the People of Sadat City

      The University of Sadat City organized a free medical Convoy on Saturday 15, Apr 2015 for the People of Sadat City under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Salah El-Ballal – USC’s President and the General supervisor for Community service and Environmental Development, in cooperation with the general administration for community services and environmental development.

      The convoy supervised by

      Mrs. Nahed Barsiem – Director of Environmental development management

      Eng. Hamdy El-Shamy – Director of the Community Services management

      In attendance of:

      • Dr. Mervat Kabiel - Otolaryngology (ENT)
      • Dr. Sara Sherif - Obstetrics and Gynecology
      • Dr. Mona Tarek – Gastroenterology
      • Dr. Omar Khayrt - Orthopedics
      • Dr. Alyaa Abd El-Fattah – Dermatology
      • Dr. Ayat El-Gendy - Pediatric surgery
      • Dr. Wael Abd El-Aal – Genetic diseases
      • Dr. Mohsen Metwaly - Medical analysis

      The medical team carried out its medical examination in various specialists (206 cases)

  • A free medical Convoy for the People of Sadat City

      The University of Sadat City organized a free medical Convoy on 03 Jun 2015 for the People of Sadat City at “Ebni Baitk”, under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Salah El-Ballal – USC’s President and the General supervisor for Community service and Environmental Development, in cooperation with the general administration for community services and environmental development.

      The convoy supervised by

      Prof. Dr. Amal Abd El-Aziz– Dean of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Research Institute

      Dr. Shaden Moawia – Vice dean of the Institute for Community Services

      Mrs. Nahed Barsiem – Director of Environmental development management

      Dr. Mahmoud Gadallah – Pediatric surgery

      Dr. Abd Erl-Rahman Abd El-Haleim – Medical analysis

      The medical team carried out its medical examination in various specialists (199 cases)

  • A free medical Convoy at Sadat City Nursing home care

      The University of Sadat City organized a free medical Convoy on 04 Aug 2015 for the People of Sadat City at “Nursing home care”, under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Salah El-Ballal – USC’s President and the General supervisor for Community service and Environmental Development, in cooperation with the general administration for community services and environmental development, the convoy headed by Dr. Mervat Kabiel - Director of the Medical administration – Sadat City.


      The convoy supervised by Director of the Medical administration – Sadat City

      • Mrs. Nahed Barsiem – Director of Environmental development management
      • Eng. Hamdy El-Shamy – Director of the Community Services management

      The team work of the administration in attendance of:

      • Dr. Mohamed Bahaey - Orthopedics
      • Dr. Sara Saafan – Gastroenterology
      • Dr. Shabaan Tayel -

       
      The medical team carried out its medical examination in various specialists (12 cases) and provide free treatments.

      • Orthopedics (3 cases)
      • Gastroenterology (5 cases)
      • Cardiothoracic (4 cases)

  • Medical convoy to El- Ekhmas Village

      On 03 Oct 2015, USC organized a free medical convoy to El- Tarana Village, Sadat City Center, Menofia under the auspicious of Prof. Dr. Salah El-Ballal – USC’s president, and the general supervisor of comunity servises and environmental development 

      headed by Prof. Dr. Amal Abd El-Aziz – Dean of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Research Institute.

      In attendace of Prof. Dr. Shaden Moawia – Vice Dean of the Institute for community service and environmental development.

      Supervised by Mrs. Nahed Barseem – GM of the administration, Dr. Nermin Tayl, Eng Safynaz El-Sayed, Mr. Abd El-Aziz Abdallah, Mr. Ahmed Awad, Mohamed Ghazal,  Hasan Tourky, and Mr. Hamdy Askar

      This convoy is organized according the University plan in order to eliminate the hepatitis C virus infection. More than 450 cases have been analyzed 

  • Medical convoy to Abo Nashaba Village

      On 13 Oct 2015, USC organized a free medical convoy to El- Tarana Village, Sadat City Center, Menofia under the auspicious of Prof. Dr. Salah El-Ballal – USC’s president, and the general supervisor of comunity servises and environmental development 

      headed by Prof. Dr. Amal Abd El-Aziz – Dean of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Research Institute.

      In attendace of Prof. Dr. Shaden Moawia – Vice Dean of the Institute for community service and environmental development.

      Supervised by Mrs. Nahed Barseem – GM of the administration, Dr. Nermin Tayl, Eng Safynaz El-Sayed, Mr. Abd El-Aziz Abdallah, Mr. Ahmed Awad and Mr. Hamdy Askar.

      This convoy is organized according the University plan in order to eliminate the hepatitis C virus infection. More than 143 cases have been analyzed 

  • Medical convoy to El- Khataba Village

      On 24 Oct 2015, USC organized a free medical convoy to El- Tarana Village, Sadat City Center, Menofia under the auspicious of Prof. Dr. Salah El-Ballal – USC’s president, and the general supervisor of comunity servises and environmental development 

      headed by Prof. Dr. Amal Abd El-Aziz – Dean of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Research Institute.

      In attendace of Prof. Dr. Shaden Moawia – Vice Dean of the Institute for community service and environmental development.

      Supervised by Mrs. Nahed Barseem – GM of the administration, Dr. Nermin Tayl, Eng Safynaz El-Sayed, Mr. Abd El-Aziz Abdallah, Mr. Ahmed Awad and Mr. Hamdy Askar.

      This convoy is organized according the University plan in order to eliminate the hepatitis C virus infection. More than 165 cases have been analyzed and supervised by Dr. Abd El-Rahman Abd El-Hakim, in attendance of Mr. Abd El-Aziz Salem, Mrs. Mona Saeed, Mrs. Rasha Fathy.

  • Medical convoy to Kafr Dawoud Village

      On 31 Oct 2015, USC organized a free medical convoy to El- Tarana Village, Sadat City Center, Menofia under the auspicious of Prof. Dr. Salah El-Ballal – USC’s president, and the general supervisor of comunity servises and environmental development 

      headed by Prof. Dr. Amal Abd El-Aziz – Dean of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Research Institute.

      In attendace of Prof. Dr. Shaden Moawia – Vice Dean of the Institute for community service and environmental development.

      Supervised by Mrs. Nahed Barseem – GM of the administration

      This convoy is organized according the University plan in order to eliminate the hepatitis C virus infection. More than 140 cases have been analyzed and supervised by Dr. Abd El-Rahman Abd El-Hakim, in attendance of Mr. Abd El-Aziz Salem, Mrs. Mona Saeed, Mrs. Rasha Fathy.

  • Medical convoy to El- Tarana Village

      On 03 Nov 2015, USC organized a free medical convoy to El- Tarana Village, Sadat City Center, Menofia under the auspicious of Prof. Dr. Salah El-Ballal – USC’s president, and the general supervisor of comunity servises and environmental development 

      headed by Prof. Dr. Amal Abd El-Aziz – Dean of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Research Institute.

      In attendace of Prof. Dr. Shaden Moawia – Vice Dean of the Institute for community service and environmental development.

      Supervised by Mrs. Nahed Barseem – GM of the administration

      This convoy is organized according the University plan in order to eliminate the hepatitis C virus infection. More than 230 cases have been analyzed and supervised by Dr. Abd El-Rahman Abd El-Hakim, in attendance of Mr. Abd El-Aziz Salem, Mrs. Mona Saeed, Mrs. Rasha Fathy.

       

  • A free medical Convoy for the People of Sadat City

      The University of Sadat City organized a free medical Convoy on 16 Nov 2015 for the People of Sadat City, under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Salah El-Ballal – USC’s President and the General supervisor for Community service and Environmental Development, in cooperation with the general administration for community services and environmental development, the convoy supervised by;
       

      • Dr. Mervat Kabiel - Director of the Medical administration – Sadat City
      • Mrs. Nahed Barsiem – Director of Environmental development management
      • Eng. Hamdy El-Shamy – Director of the Community Services management


      ​The team work of the administration in attendance of:

      • Eng. Nabil Gaber – Director of the Special Units Management
      • Eng. Gamal El-Din – Director of the University Projects for non-students
      • Dr. Mervat Kabiel - Otolaryngology (ENT)
      • Dr. Mohamed Bahaey - Orthopedics
      • Dr. Sara Saafan – Pediatric surgery
      • Dr. Mona Tarek – Gastroenterology
      • Dr. Mohamed El-Banna – Cardiothoracic
      • Dr. Esraa El-Gendy – Dermatology

       

      The medical team carried out its medical examination in various specialists (257 cases)

      • Otolaryngology (35 cases)
      • Pediatric surgery (41 cases)
      • Gastroenterology (65 cases)
      • Dermatology (48 cases)
      • Orthopedics (39 cases)
      • Cardiothoracic (29 cases)

  • Veterinary convoy to Tamalay Village

      On 12 Feb 2015, USC organized a free medical convoy to Tamalay Village, Menof Center, Menofia under the auspicious of Prof. Dr. Salah El-Ballal – USC’s president, and the general supervisor of a medical team from Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and the Management of community services and environmental development.

      The convoy headed by Prof. Dr. Ahmed Bayoumi – Vice dean of the Faculty for community services and environmental development.


      In attendance of:

      1. Dr. Ahmed Mahmoud El-Saify - Infectious diseases
      2. Dr. Tarek Nabil Mesk - General surgery
      3. Dr. Hamed El-Baz - Theriogenology
      4. Dr. Mahmoud Gamil - Poultry Diseases
         

      Supervised by: Mrs. Nahed Barseem – GM of the administration, Eng. Hamdy El-Shamy, Eng. Mahmoud Desouky, Eng. Mohamed Khalil and Eng, Mohamed Ghazal.
       

      More than 340 cases have been analyzed.

       

  • Veterinary convoy to El-Shaikh Ibrahim Village

      On 05 Mar 2015, USC organized a free medical convoy to El-Shaikh Ibrahim Village, Ashmoun Center, Menofia under the auspicious of Prof. Dr. Salah El-Ballal – USC’s president, and the general supervisor of a medical team from Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and the Management of community services and environmental development.


      The convoy headed by Prof. Dr. Ahmed Bayoumi – Vice dean of the Faculty for community services and environmental development.

       

      In attendance of:

      • Dr. Ahmed Akram Salama - Infectious diseases
      • Dr. Ahmed Abd El-satar Sharshar - General surgery
      • Dr. Zayed Mohamed Atya - Infectious diseases
      • Dr. Tarek Nabil Mesk - General surgery
      • Dr. Hamed El-Baz - Theriogenology
      • Dr. Ahmed Essam El-Wezza - Poultry Diseases

       

      Supervised by: Mrs. Nahed Barseem – GM of the administration, Eng. Hamdy El-Shamy, Mrs. Somaia Hamdy, Mrs. Amal Awad and Mrs. Abeer Salem.

      More than 130 cases have been analyzed.

       

  • Veterinary convoy to Berket El-sabaa Village

      On 12 Mar 2015, USC organized a free medical convoy to El- Tarana Village, Sadat City Center, Menofia under the auspicious of Prof. Dr. Salah El-Ballal – USC’s president, and the general supervisor of comunity servises and environmental development 

      headed by Prof. Dr. Shabaan Gadallah – Dean of Faculty of Veterinary Medicine.

      In attendace of Dr. Akram Salam, Dr. Ahmed Sharshar, Dr. Zayed Atia, Dr. Hamed El-Baz and Dr. Mahmoud Gamil

      Supervised by Mrs. Nahed Barseem – GM of the administration, Eng. Hamdy El-Shamy, Eng Mahmoud Desouky, Somaia Hamdy,  Eng. Mohamed Khalil and Eng Amal Moawad.

      More than 272 cases have been analyzed.

  • Veterinary convoy to Sansaft Village

      On 26 Nov 2015, USC organized a free medical convoy to El-Shaikh Ibrahim Village, Menof Center, Menofia under the auspicious of Prof. Dr. Salah El-Ballal – USC’s president, and the general supervisor of a medical team from Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and the Management of community services and environmental development.

      The convoy headed by Prof. Dr. Ahmed Bayoumi – Vice dean of the Faculty for community services and environmental development.


      Supervised by: Mrs. Nahed Barseem – GM of the administration


      In attendance of:

      • Dr. Ahmed Zaghawa
      • Dr. Mohamed Wagdy
      • Dr. Mohamed Allam
      • Mahmoud Gamil
      • Dr. Ali Abd El-Aziem
      • Dr. Ali Dawoud
      • Dr. Ahmed Raafat
      • Dr. Youmns El-Soubky
      • Dr. Mohamed Mostafa
      • Dr. Ahmed Essam El-Wezza
         

      While the General Administration of Community Service and Environmental Development participated in the convoy by: Eng. Nabil Kamel, Eng. Hamdy El-Shamy, Mrs. Abeer Salem, Mrs. Amal Moawad and Eng. Mahmoud Ghazal.
       

      More than 135 cases have been analyzed.

  • Home Economics convoys to El-Shohdaa and Sadat City Vilages

      The University of Sadat City held a intellectuality convoys about nutritional counseling and education in the Village of Kafr El-Sawalmih and Kafr El-Shabaa, El-Shohadaa Centre, and Abo Nashaba Vilaage and El-Kahataba Village, Sadat Centre as well during the period of 15-30 March 2014.

       

      The convoy included USC’s staff and assistant of Faculty of Tourism and Hotels, while the main aim of nutrition counseling is to help a person make and maintain dietary changes. For a person with a mental disorder, dietary change may be needed to promote healthier eating, to adopt a therapeutic diet, or to avoid nutrient-drug interactions. Nutrition counseling is an integral part of treatment for persons with eating disorders or chemical dependencies. Persons taking certain drugs, such as monoamine oxidase inhibitors, used to treat depression and anxiety disorders, need to follow a tyramine-controlled diet to avoid dietary interference with their medication. Many drugs used to treat mental disorders can cause weight gain or loss, so persons taking these medications may also benefit from .nutrition counseling.

      The nutrition counselor and individual work together to assess current eating patterns and identify areas where change is needed. Registered nutrient have met certain education and experience standards and are well qualified to provide nutrition counseling, but nurses, physicians, and health educators also provide nutrition counseling.

  • Social Convoy at Sadat City Nursing home care

      The University of Sadat City held a intellectuality convoy to Sadat City Nursing home care on Monday 24, Mar 2015, while the Institute of Environmental Studies and research participated by Prof. Dr. Mobark Hasany – the Dean of the Institute, Dr. Mamdoh El-Saeed Arafa, Eng. Ammar Zaki, Mrs. Nadia El-Batanony and Mrs. Hanaa Tadros.

      This visit helps patients successfully manage their health in the comfort of their own homes.

  • The common diseases among humans and animals and the methods of prevention