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Sunday, 17 November 2019

Egypt’s CIB awarded certificate for supporting child healthcare

CIB awarded certificate for supporting child healthcare: Egypt’s largest private bank CIB has received a presidential certificate of appreciation for helping to fund 306 special nurseries for babies born prematurely, reports Al Mal. The bank has set aside 1.5% of its yearly income to support babies younger than 18 months. The bank is also financing a partnership between London’s Great Ormond Street Hospital, one of the world’s most distinguished children's hospitals, and Ain Shams University’s new pediatrics hospital, CIB Chairman Hisham Ezz El Arab said.

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