Apex Supports Community-Building Efforts in Egypt

Apex Supports Community-Building Efforts in Egypt

Apex International Energy and its employees are involved in a number of organizations, events, and projects that support community-building efforts in Egypt. Apex has partnered with various (Non-Governmental Organizations) NGOs working in Egypt’s underprivileged communities to provide basic human needs and job trainings. Four of the organizations Apex has partnered with are Hands Along the Nile Development Services (HANDS), Resala, One Hand Campaign, and Al Amal Program.

Hands Along the Nile

Apex is one of Hands Along the Nile partners that seeks increasing intercultural understanding and lends hand supporting rural Egyptians in their efforts to raise the quality of life in their villages.

Resala Care House

Twice a year, Apex employees visit Wadi Houf Care homes, delivering basic items of food along with some clothes that have been well received. Apex encourages the interaction of our employees with the children in every way possible to bring smiles on their faces.

Apex International Energy Supporting Medical Sector in the Battle Against COVID-19

With the global Spread of COVID-19 in 2020, Apex International Energy decided to support the health care workers on the front lines of COVID-19 battle.

As a member of the Egypt Oil & Gas CSR Task Force, Apex donation was part of One Hand Campaign in collaboration with Misr El Kheir NGO and under the auspices of  Minister Tarek El Molla to support Ministry of Health through providing medical supplies needed in Public Hospitals to face shortage during the epidemic peak outbreak.

Al Amal Program

Apex is one of Al Amal program sponsors. Apex presents financial and professional support. With the aim of  reducing the gap between the academic life and the energy market industry needs.

Therefore, Apex employees actively contribute to the program by dedicating part of their time in live sessions with the students in the energy field.


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