Under the auspices of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, President of the Republic.. medical and veterinary convoys to Motobas as part of the "Decent Life" initiative

 Under the patronage of President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi, President of the Republic, and under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Abdel-Razek Desouky, President of the University, Kafrelsheikh University launched a medical and veterinary convoy to the Motobas Center, as part of a decent life initiative, as it was organized by the General Administration of Youth Welfare, the community service and environmental development sector at the university and the Ministry of Health. Youth and Sports represented by the Central Administration for Youth Development, the Fund for Combating and Treating Addiction and Abuse, and the Directorates of Health Affairs and Veterinary Medicine, today, Monday, corresponding to 9-1-2023 AD, to serve the people of the village of “Bani Bakkar” and the neighboring villages of the Mutobas Center.

The faculties of Human Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, and Nursing participated in the comprehensive convoy, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Ismail Al-Qan, Dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine, Prof. Dr. Taha Ismail, Dean of the College of Medicine, and Prof. Dr. Maha Abu Gazia, Dean of the College of Nursing.
The convoy was supervised in the field by Dr. Sherif Farhat, an assistant lecturer in the Department of Surgery at the Faculty of Medicine, and the Director General of the General Administration for Environmental Projects, Professor Nafie Hamadeh, and a team from the General Administration for Youth Welfare at the university and the work team in the administration that included Hazem Ayad, Ahmed Abdullah, and Muhammad Salah, with the participation of family youth. Scouts at Kafrelsheikh University, led by the Director of Administration, Dr. Safwa Shalaby.
The President of Kafrelsheikh University, Dr. Abdel-Razek Desouki, explained that these convoys come within the initiative of President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi, “A Decent Life”, to provide human, veterinary, agricultural and extension medical services and awareness in various fields free of charge to citizens, and to confirm the university’s societal and positive role for the people of the villages within its scope. The university aims to promote health, social, environmental and intellectual development, and to provide a distinguished medical service for those who are unable, implemented by specialized professors from various faculties to benefit from the specialized scientific competencies of the university.
Dr. added. "Desouki", that all 1,946 patients, citizens, were examined for free by a group of specialized and distinguished doctors in various specialties, and free treatment was given to all patients visiting the convoy headquarters.
The president of the university indicated that the comprehensive convoy within a decent life is actively interested in developing health awareness under the supervision of specialized professors from the faculties of “medicine, nursing, and veterinary medicine”, through the specializations of internal medicine, ophthalmology and ophthalmology, ear, nose and throat, gynecology and obstetrics, dermatology and veterinary medicine, and psychology. And neurology, children and general surgery, orthopedics, urology, neurosurgery and thoracic diseases, in addition to other specialties.
Desouky stated that the convoy also included a private clinic from the College of Nursing to measure blood sugar, weight, height, and blood pressure, and to provide guidance to women and children in personal care and proper nutrition, while providing special awareness for the prevention of diabetes and pressure, how to take care of diabetic foot and children's anemia, and instructions for women about Reproductive health and children in proper nutrition to prevent malnutrition.
The university president said that the veterinary convoy, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Mahmoud Musa, Vice Dean for Community Service and Environmental Development, in the presence of Dr. Amin Abdel Hadi Tahoun, Assistant Professor of Infectious Diseases, and Dr. Atef Oreibi, Assistant Professor of Animal Medicine, managed to treat 842 cases in the village of "Bani Bakkar", and disbursed Veterinary medicines needed for farmers for free, in addition to educating farmers and livestock breeders on many sound veterinary instructions, stressing that this convoy is among the convoys witnessed by the villages of the governorate to provide veterinary services to farmers and treat livestock and birds.