Those young people are members of the Alashanek Ya Balady Association for Sustainable Development.
The Alashanek Ya Balady Association for Sustainable Development (AYB) is a non-profit organisation seeking to create regional development models in order to overcome poverty and inhumane living circumstances.
The others in the book are Mohammed Saeed Hareb - Emirati creator and producer of Freej, Sultan Batterjee - Saudi developer of Tasneem al Sultan, Sarah Hermez - Lebanese founder of Creative Space, Soraya Salti of Injaz al Arab, Mutassem Sultan of Enrich Experience, Lotfi Maktouf of Al Madanya, Joumana al Jabri and Ramzi Jaber of Laboratory for Change, and Raghad al Ebrashi of Alashanek Ya Balady
Having worked with the NGO Alashanek ya Balady
(AYB) in college and in the Ezbet Abu Qarn district (a slum area in Old Cairo) since 2011, Rostom wanted to do something not only environmentally friendly but also sustainable.
Students on their way to the event, sporting hoodies with Alashanek Ya Balady
On Friday 1 February Alashanek Ya Balady German University in Cairo (AYBGUC) launched their Et7arak (Get Moving) campaign by organising a run in cooperation with Cairo Runners and Bescletta.
CAIRO: By 2020, Alashanek Ya Balady Association for Sustainable Development aims to graduate 10 million underprivileged Egyptians above of the poverty line.
Raghda El-Ebrashi, founder and chairperson of Alashanek Ya Balady, and Mohamed El-Kamel, the NGO's programs director and strategist, outlined the campaign, pointing out the problems it aims aiming to solve, which are unemployment and poverty.
CAIRO: Alashanek Ya Balady
(AYB) Association for Sustainable Development, an Egyptian non-governmental organization, launched a project to fight pneumonia among children.
Raghda graduated from the American University in Cairo (AUC) in 2004 and, after studying for a Masters degree, went on to create Alashanek Ya Balady
Association for Sustainable Development (AYB-SD), a venture she initiated in 2002 as a student at AUC.
Raghda El-Ebrashi, founder and chairperson of Alashanek Ya Balady
Association for Sustainable Development (AYBSD), said, "In 2002, AYBSD implemented community development in only one area, Old Cairo, with only 100 volunteers.
However, Ibrahim's research examines a recent phenomenon whereby youth are founding and leading social services organizations, such as Resala, Alashanek ya Balady
and Nahdet El Mahrousa, all of which have been initiated by fresh university graduates in Cairo.