The Heliopolis Association is organizing an online lecture entitled "Family Problems and Their Impact on Children's Behaviors", on January 13 at 1 p.m.
Helmy pointed out that the Children's Museum celebration will present many educational and entertainment activities.
The film highlights the beauty of historical and modern Egypt and the renaissance it is currently undertaking.
The Heliopolis Association aims to provide all possible assistance to this category of society in order to overcome the challenges faced by these individuals in their daily lives.
Al-Aragoz is one of the most famous folk arts in Egypt.
The symposium aims to explain how to plan the goals for the New Year, and strive to achieve them.
Helmy confirmed that the exhibitions come within the framework of the continuous efforts to raise awareness of the value of public art.
The symposium will discuss various fields of drama from theatre, to television and cinema.
During the symposium, Breast Cancer Consultant Basem Saleh will speak.
The Heliopolis Association participates with societal organizations of the world in the International Week for Science and Peace
The celebration will include numerous activities, ranging from film screenings, to a photo exhibition and a musical performance.
The play will be held in celebration of International Day of Sign Language.
The conference aims to educate children about common diseases such as anemia, influenza and diabetes.
It aims to introduce children to all the cultures of the world countries, which is a living embodiment of communication, cooperation and interaction.
The celebration emphasizes the importance of the role of youth in the development and advancement of societies.
The program of the ceremony includes the screening of a documentary film entitled "A Melody Not Completed" about Asmahan's life.
According to President of the Heliopolis Association Nabil Helmy, the symposium sheds light on the most prominent features of Egyptian politics in this era, dealing with terrorism and extremist ideology as an issue of top priority.
The Heliopolis Association will organize on June 17 two cultural seminars, within the framework of the cultural program of June.
It includes a marathon for bicycles which starts from the Heliopolis Library on June 4 at 8 a.m.
The celebration comes in light of the association’s keenness to communicate with the people of the African continent with its different cultures and ancient civilizations.