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Cambridge International held its annual School Ramadan Iftars in Cairo and Alexandria recently. The events saw 250 delegates from various Cambridge school communities in Egypt come together for a fast-breaking evening meal celebration during the holy month of Ramadan.
The Iftar in Cairo was also attended by representatives from the Ministry of Education: Mrs. Iman Sabry, the Director General of the Private and International Education sector, and Mr. Mohamed Attia, the Head of the Central Authorities for Education with Fees.
Maye El Haddad, Country Director of Cambridge International in Egypt, emphasised the significance of the events and the importance of embracing the diversity and experiences of the Cambridge community. She said: 'As per our tradition, we come together as a family of Cambridge schools to celebrate the School Ramadan Iftar. We join in Ramadan’s blessings, renewing our dedication to nurturing a culture of respect, inclusivity, and mutual understanding within our school communities. The gatherings symbolise our unity, empowering us to forge stronger bonds of friendship and cooperation throughout the wider Cambridge community.'
Cambridge International’s Regional Director, Waseem Al Hanbali, gave an update from Cambridge at the events, and we also celebrated five top-achieving schools across five different categories.
Ms Mona Wafaai, Principal of Manhatten International School, expressed her gratitude for the Iftar invitation: 'Thank you for the sweet invitation, for the beautiful Iftar, and for the wonderful time we spent together – always in success and brilliance.'