The Development and Humanitarian Aid Organization (ENSAN Aid) was founded in 2014 by Dr. Mahmoud A.Elsaman who wanted, after waging of experience in the field of international development programs to devote his life to humanitarian issues pressing in Egypt. Ensan Aid is a non-profit, non-governmental organization. Our work focuses on high-impact programs to address the pressing issues facing children, women and the disadvantaged in poorer communities to support sustainable development initiatives that seek to find solutions to the growth of the community while promoting the empowerment of girls, women and children who are most in need.
we pledge to work with all energy, effort and dedication to support all sustainable community initiatives, which lead to a real societal change and improves the lives of the most vulnerable groups. We also pledge that we will have a strong positive impact on people’s lives.
To provide better access to humanitarian services and integrated care and where there are no programs in health, educational and economic development for girls, women and children via partnerships and cooperation with the government sector, private sector, civil society organizations, international organizations and the establishment of strong relationships with donors.
The empowerment of women and children; provision of: humanitarian services, health care services, education, economic and social empowerment. We also believe in the value of cooperation and partnership with everyone.
Our Goals (HHEE)
- Help alleviate poverty in rural and isolated communities with a focus on poorer women.
- Health care for women and children.
- Encourage and assist poor children to obtain an education and the protection of children from all violations.
- Encourage women and girls to participate in community, economic empowerment/development programs and promoting the awareness of the community of the role of women and girls.
- Accountability, transparency, respect and affinity with everyone regardless of “politics, religion, race, gender, disability or colour.”
- We are committed to working with the most vulnerable and needy women and children.