Egyptian Ambassador and Former Immigration Minister Nabila Makram recently announced the establishment of her new institution for psychological support named “FAHEM”.
“FAHEM” for Psychological Support” is specialized in psychological support services and other fields, such as childhood and maternity care, family care, care for groups with special needs, social assistance, and community development services.
The opening ceremony of the “FAHEM” Foundation for Psychological Support will be held on Friday, January 27 in the presence of Ambassador Nabila Makram, founder and chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Foundation and members of the Board of Trustees, in addition to a large group of ministers, politicians, diplomats and media professionals.
The State Official Gazette published the decision of the Ministry of Social Solidarity to register the Fahim Foundation for Psychological Support.
Makram was one of Egypt’s longest-serving ministers; she was appointed Egypt’s Minister of Emigration and Egyptian Expatriate Affairs in September 2015. She served the country for eight years and made outstanding accomplishments at the then-new Ministry before submitting her resignation to the Egyptian Prime Minister last year and welcoming Soha El Gendy as the new Minister of Emigration and Egyptian Expatriate Affairs.
The inauguration of the “FAHEM” foundation is considered a remarkable day, given the iron Minister’s view of the world, at home and abroad, so that everyone can congratulate her on her reappearance, remembering the impressive works for nearly eight years.