CEOSSCoptic Evangelical Organization for Social Services
CEOSSCommercial Enterprise Omnibus Support Services
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programs and activities support initiatives in several areas directly related to religious freedom, including funding for CEOSS programs that work with Coptic community groups in Upper Egypt, as well as support for NGOs that monitor the country's media for occurrences of sectarian bias.
A prominent Coptic nongovernmental organization (NGO), the Coptic Evangelical Organization for Social Services (CEOSS), continued its program of interreligious dialogue in cooperation with the Ministry of Islamic Religious Endowments.
Three microfinance civil associations, Alexandria Business Association, Al Tadamun Microfinance Foundation and the Coptic Evangelical Organization for Social Services (CEOSS), launched a trial version for mobile payments earlier this year, in collaboration with the National Bank of Egypt and Central International Bank, to be generalized upon all associations in July.
Co-organized by the Egyptian Coptic Evangelical Organization for Social Services (CEOSS) and the Danish Christian organization Danmission, the conference was conducted by the Forum for Intercultural Dialogue the first week of October.
NGOs such as CEOSS are active in organizing formal and informal interfaith events; during the period covered by this report, CEOSS held numerous events which brought together Christian and Muslim youth leaders to discuss issues such as citizenship, media affairs, and societal violence.