The delegation of Al-Nahda University participated in the Southern Universities Games Festival, the fourth edition, in Luxor Governorate, which is organized by the Ministry of Youth and Sports under the auspices of Dr. Ashraf Sobhi, Minister of Youth and Sports, from November 20-24, 2022, In games: (five-a-side football – volleyball – table tennis – basketball trios), with the participation of the universities of the south (Bani Suef – Assiut – Sohag – South Valley – Aswan – Luxor – Sphinx University – Higher Education – New Valley University).
Al-Nahda University won the fourth place in the games (five-a-side football – volleyball – basketball trios), the Fair Play Cup and certificates of appreciation for the university delegation from the Ministry of Youth and Sports.
The university’s participation came under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Hossam Al-Mallahi – President of Al-Nahda University, Prof. Dr. Magdy Abdel-Qader – Vice President for Education and Student Affairs, and Ms. Maysa Qandil – General Manager of Youth Welfare administration, and under the supervision of Captain Amr Hassan and Captain Ahmed Abdel-Wahab, a sports activity specialist.
On Thursday, November 24, 2022, Dr. Ayman Ashour – Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research witnessed the ceremony of accepting accreditation from the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh for the Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine at Al-Nahda University, In the presence of Dr. Philip Taylor – Dean of the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh, Prof. Dr. Hossam Al-Mallahy – President of Al-Nahda University, and Eng. Mohamed Al-Rashidi – Chairman of NUB University’s Board of Trustees, Prof. Dr. Suzan Seif allah – Dean of the Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine, Al-Nahda University, at The headquarters of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research.
Where Nahda University was handed the certificate provided by the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh to pass the initial accreditation of the faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine as a qualified center to provide the necessary training To qualify for the fellowship of the Specialized Royal College.
The Minister praised the success of Al-Nahda University in passing the initial accreditation from the Royal College of Edinburgh as a qualified center to provide the necessary training to qualify for the fellowship of the Specialized Royal College, and Passing the standards of the Royal College and achieving accreditation requirements as a sign of the quality of the university’s educational and medical services.
He stressed the significance of cooperation with the Royal College of Edinburgh in all different disciplines, especially since it is considered one of the largest colleges in terms of fellowship holders, which was established more than five hundred years ago, and grants fellowships in all medical specialties.
Dr. Ayman Ashour pointed out that the fellowship is one of the most famous specialized certificates in medical fields in the world, and obtaining the fellowship requires the doctor’s evaluation in terms of medical, professional, and ethical aspects, especially in dealing with the patient and the medical team, which helps to provide the highest degree of safety and professionalism in the medical service.
Dr. Philip Taylor has indicated that the faculty grants a certificate of membership of the Royal College of Surgeons and a certificate of fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons, Adding that the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh includes seven specializations, which are the faculty of Dental Surgery, the faculty of Surgical trainers, the faculty of Dental Trainers, the faculty of Preoperative Care, the faculty of Pre-Hospital Care, the faculty of Remote, Rural and Humanitarian Healthcare, and the faculty of Sport &Exercise Medicine. The dean of the college added that work is underway during the coming period to study the expansion of providing credits for more majors for universities whose colleges have been accepted.
On Sunday, November 20, 2022, Al-Nahda University organized an initiative entitled “Your Safety Matters to Us” at the Faculty of Engineering in the Smart Village, in the presence of a group of specialists and workers in industrial facilities, with the aim of spreading the concept and culture of occupational safety and health among members of society, and ways to build a comprehensive and organized mechanism for joint work between workers and management in applying safety and health procedures.
Dr. Salem Al-Khodari, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, expressed his happiness at hosting the initiative at the College of Engineering, and conveyed to the attendees the sincere thanks and gratitude of Dr. Hossam Al-Malahi, President of the University, for raising such important topics and Informing students about the general meaning of security and safety, and how to follow its methods in their lives inside and outside the university.
Al-Mallahi: We seek to support the national vision for climate change, Egypt 2050, by highlighting the role of youth in solving the crises that the world suffers from.
The Egyptian state has taken serious steps towards the transformation of the green economy to overcome the effects of climate change.
Al-Nahda University in Beni Suef participated in the activities of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP27) in Sharm El-Sheikh, which was hosted by Egypt from 4 to 19 November 2022.
Al-Nahda University was represented at the conference by Prof. Dr. Magdi Abdel-Qader – Vice President for Education and Student Affairs, where the university presented, through the activities organized by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research within the Green Zone at the Climate Conference, Research by Ali Abdel-Aal, a final year student at the Faculty of Engineering, on the emergence of the green economy and the efforts of the new republic towards achieving it and benefiting from it and confronting global crises (food security). It is the research that previously won the first place in the research presented during the joint student conference that was held last May in partnership between Al-Nahda University in Beni Suef and Cairo University under the slogan “Egypt the Future, Opportunities and Challenges – Climate Change Egypt 2022”, as part of Al-Nahda University’s efforts to educate its students about the importance of the changes file. Climate and Egypt’s hosting of the COP27 Climate Summit in Sharm El-Sheikh
Prof. Hossam Al-Malahi, President of Al-Nahda University, congratulated the Egyptian state on the success of the COP27 Climate Summit in Sharm El-Sheikh, which demonstrated to the world the great potential to host these important global events, especially after the conference concluded with an agreement to establish a mechanism to finance and compensate affected countries for losses and damages resulting from climate change.
Prof. Hossam Al-Malahi indicated that the university’s participation in the COP27 Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Sharm El-Sheikh comes within the university’s support for Egypt’s strategic vision 2030 and the United Nations sustainable development goals, by focusing on the environmental dimension as one of the main axes that the university is working to achieve within the framework of Cooperation with the executive bodies in Beni Suef Governorate, and by expanding the circle of participation among Youth in developing visions to solve the crises facing Egypt and the world, including the impact of climate change on the life activities of people and the need to rely on sustainable energy resources to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and Achieving climate justice between the major industrialized countries that contribute the most to emissions and the developing countries that contribute the least and are most affected by climate change, which are in dire need of urgent funding for plans to adapt to the effects of extreme climatic phenomena.
Al-Malahi pointed out that the research, in which Al-Nahda University participated, supports the national vision for climate change, Egypt 2050, and presents how to adapt to the effects of climate change through sustainable energy resources and the transition to green economy projects, The most prominent of which is the transformation of Egypt into a center for the production and export of green hydrogen, which is the fuel of the future for humanity, in addition to increasing reliance on clean energy resources such as electricity and natural gas, to achieve the goals of sustainable development by adopting a flexible and low-emissions approach.
For his part, the student Ali Abdel-Aal, the author of the research participating in the activities of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research at the COP27 Climate Summit, confirmed that the research dealt with the executive steps that Egypt needs to implement to achieve the transition towards a green economy, in addition to reviewing the steps that Egypt has taken towards transformation so far, such as increasing Relying on natural gas as one of the most important axes for the transformation of the green economy, as well as the Suez Canal Economic Zone project, which prepares the Egyptian International to be a global center for the production and export of green hydrogen.
He added that the research shed light on the achievement achieved by the Egyptian state by achieving a surplus in electricity production after a large deficit in production for years, which contributed to the transformation of Egypt into a global energy center through electrical interconnection projects. This was followed by other important steps, such as developing a strategy for Egypt to be a center for the electric car industry in the Middle East and Africa, and putting up green bonds as the first country in the Middle East to seek financing for sustainable development projects concerned with reducing greenhouse gas emissions to counter the rise in global temperatures.