Abdel Mounem Imam, one of the graduates of the Presidential Program for Youth Rehabilitation
CAIRO - 31 July 2019: "Mr. President, we promise you to be the best ambassadors for African youth after receiving the required knowledge in the academy to better serve our countries," said Abdel Mounem Imam, one of the graduates of the Presidential Program for Youth Rehabilitation.
Speaking at the graduation ceremony on the second day of the seventh National Youth Conference, the young African added that the African youth received the needed support and encouragement thanks to President Sisi's efforts.
Imam also offered his sincere thanks and appreciation to the academy for granting the first batch of the academy a valuable training in science, knowledge, respect, coexistence and tolerance under the supervision of a group of the academy's most prominent scientists.
"It was a great opportunity to participate in the World Youth Forum that was held last year," said Khadija Rizgi, one of the graduates of the presidential program from Algeria. She explained that President Sisi made her dream more realistic by launching the presidential program to prepare African youth to build the next generation of African leaders.
She added that the presidential program of the National Academy of Youth was target oriented and fulfilling and that the content exceeded expectations. "I am proud to be a graduate of this place.It is an honor to visit Egypt, the land of history and civilization."
Nearly 1,500 youth participants from all 27 governorates attended the conference. The participants represent different universities, political parties, the Presidential Leadership Program (PLP), along with outstanding youth in different fields, and youth who registered online.
The first conference of the “Dignified Life” initiative, aimed at the eradication of poverty, will take placebefore the closing session, “Ask the President”.
The sixth National youth Conference was held on July 28, 2018 in Cairo University, and was attended by up to 3,000 young people. The theme was human development and education reforms.