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No Shave November: Do Good and Let It Grow

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It is this time of the year where you put down your razors, give up shaving and forgo grooming, for the sake of a better cause and help raise awareness, it’s time we welcome no-shave November.

For those of you who don’t know what no-shave November is, it is a month-long journey during which participants give up on shaving in order to raise awareness about cancer. The goal is for participants to embrace their hair, which many cancer patients were unfortunate to lose, and let it grow wild and free.

In doing so, participants get to save the amount of money that they usually spend on shaving, and donate it to those fighting the battle of cancer, and help educate others about the cruelty of the disease.

The rules are simple, all you have to do is put down your razors, let your hair grow naturally wild and donate the amount of money that you usually spend on hair-maintenance to charity. If there’s a strict dress-code policy at work, you can groom or trim, both are perfectly acceptable!

You can register to the cause through their official website, or you can simply do it on your own and choose an organization that support cancer patients and donate the money to them.

You can also take it upon yourself and visit 57357 for instance, spend a day with the kids at the end of the month and donate the money you saved.

Do good and let it grow!

 

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Number of Coronavirus Cases Expected to Hit A Peak in 2 Weeks

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According to a presidential advisor, Egypt will hit a peak of coronavirus infections in two weeks while another hypothetical model reviewed by the Minister of Scientific Research is suggesting that Egypt may start to record lower number of cases starting June 7th.

During the International Virtual Conference of Tanta University on Wednesday, Presidential Advisor for Health Affairs Mohamed Tag El-Din urged all institutions to join their forces against the novel COVID-19 virus.

The conference “Scientific Research Confronting COVID-19 and Future of the World after this Pandemic” ended on Thursday and discussed several stages of the virus.

Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research Khaled Abdel Ghaffar stated earlier this month that cases might reach an estimate of 20K by May 28th and then gradually record lower numbers starting June 7th.

Just yesterday, Egypt recorded its highest number of coronavirus cases ever reaching more than 1,000 cases in just one day and 29 deaths.

Starting tomorrow, curfew regulations will be eased but we urge all citizens that with the expected peak to remain at home. Safe and sound.

 

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The Online Entertainment Calendar Brought to You By The Ministry of Culture

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We know Eid this year isn’t the same as every year but thanks to the Ministry of Culture, they will keep as much entertained as they possibly can with the following program.

  • The Virtual tours of museums and exhibitions will carry on.
  • The Ministry of Culture’s publications, translations of international prints, and rare national historical documents will all be available for downloading and reading.

 

Eid al-Fitr celebrations will being at 2 p.m. on the first day of Eid al-Fitr and will continue throughout the entire Eid holiday, the program includes the following:

A number of shows of the National Circus for Children at 2 p.m.

“Start Your Dream to be the International Actor” project at 8:30 p.m.

Concerts for the stars Assi el-Hallani – Wael Jassar and Kazem el-Saher at 9 p.m.

The play “Lolli”, directed by Murad Munir, and starring Mohammed el-Helw, Faiza Kamal, Ahmed Maher, Sami al-Adl and Aisha al-Kilani.

The play “Seret Hob”, directed by Adel Abdo and starring Ehab Fahmy, Magdy Sobhi and Marwa Nagy.

The play “El Khalta El Sehreya Lel Sa’ada” [The Magic Mixture of Happiness], directed by Shadi el-Dali and starring Fatma Mohammed Ali – Mohammed Hefzy and Fahd Ibrahim at 10:30 p.m.

Selected episodes of “Fawazeer Cinema Egypt” [Cinema Masr Riddles] at 6 p.m.

The Eid program is part of the ministry’s Stay At Home. Culture Is Between Your Hands” initiative that started long ago with the crisis of coronavirus, the initiative has kept us both entertained and informed these past months.

Visit the Ministry’s official YouTube channel for all the entertainment programs that await you this Eid or check out their free cultural services provided by the official website of the ministry.

Happy Eid everyone! Remember stay safe and stay home.

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Liv Real Estate & Carousel Launch The First Ever Virtual Sohour

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LIV Real Estate and Carousel decided to do something a bit different this year by planning their FIRST EVER VIRTUAL SOHOUR.

This Ramadan they decided to flip things a bit since the world is flipped already! The Sohour was ONLINE, due to the difficult times the world is going through…

Disco Misr, Marwan Younis, Khaled Mokhtar, Abdoul and many more along with Egypt’s top real estate developers came along to enjoy the virtual Ramadan spirit and lively vibes!

Guests were all smiles and ready to mingle on ZOOM as they enjoyed their Sohour meals together prepared with love by Taghmisa, shared some laughs and got into a singing contest while indulging in the sultry tunes of singer Osama El Hady as well as learning some new card tricks from our favorite magician Shico Emad!

Carousel and LIV partnered up with Bites to ensure their trained and sterilized team will deliver the delicious Sohour goodies and they did right on time for the guests’ tummies and taste buds to be satisfied.

Also, a voucher from ‘Vibes’ gym for the guests to enjoy their online classes for 2 whole weeks. A stress ball from ‘FootPark’ which will hopefully eat their stress away and keep them entertained, whom also promised the guests an amusing party when things get back to normal at their enjoyable premises.

And in an effort to give back to the community ‘LIV’ dedicated part of their marketing budget usually spent on their Annual Sohour to the Egyptian Food Bank whom they’ve also partnered up with to raise awareness about their initiative ‘Supporting Day labor, is a Social Responsibility’ to help and support families that were affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Egyptian Food Bank respectable and Head of Marketing Communication ‘Yara El Narsh’ joined the Zoom event and was very keen to explain the campaign’s cause and details to the guests and answer any questions.

Carousel’s CEO Daliah Galal and LIV CEO Khalil Abdallah thanked the guests and partners added that though it was challenging to put together this first of its kind event, it was totally worth it to be able to get friends and partners together and celebrate through these difficult times, while ensuring to follow health and safety measures and inspire more companies and individuals alike to continue practice social distancing as well as help raising awareness about the role the Egyptian Food Bank by sharing their donation channels in an effort to give back to the community.

 

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