The Egyptian embassies in USA and Canada have announced plans to transport stranded Egyptians back home during this unprecedented Covid-19 crisis. Please see attached announcements below for details.
ESANA wishes for everyone to stay safe during these uncertain times. It is important to acquire factual information from credible sources: 1. Covid-19 (USA): https://cutt.ly/jtcGEEm2. Covid-19 (Canada): https://cutt.ly/FtcGbXo
After several years of stoppage since the devaluation of the Egyptian pound, ESANA has finally managed to donate ~7 tonnes of engineering and science books to Heliopolis University in Egypt. These books were collected over the years by ESANA and were sent to Heliopolis University in return for the shipping costs only. We still have Read More
Safinaz is our volunteer social officer this year! She is a senior Penn State undergraduate student who is majoring in Industrial Engineering and Supply Chain management. She is also the Vice-President of Penn State Behrend’s Student Government Association and the Co-chair of the IISE Northeast Regional Conference 2020. She loves to paint, travel, and most Read More
We’re excited to share with you that we’re now live on Instagram! Please follow us for our latest updates. Also, don’t forget to follow us on our facebook page as well.
In collaboration with the Egyptian Ministry of Emigration and Egyptian Expatriates’ Affairs, the ESANA executive team is excited to announce that it will nominate 10 prominent Egyptian youths (Age 18 – 35) to participate in the World Youth Forum 2019, held in Sharm ElSheikh from December 14th to 17th. Flight tickets and accommodation will be Read More
In the light of keeping in touch with Egyptian youths abroad, H.E Minister of Emigration Nabila Makram met with Hazem Daoud, the head of the Egyptian Student Association in North America, who lives in Canada. The meeting discussed different proposals for cooperation with the Ministry of Emigration, such as exchanging experiences with students at Egyptian Read More
We are excited to announce that ESANA has been granted federal non-profit status in Canada. This allows ESANA to officially operate in Canada (in addition to the US) as a federally recognized non-profit organization. This facilitates the smooth operation of many programs the organization undertakes such as the book campaign.
We are honored to inform you that the Minister of Immigration and Egyptian Expatriates’ Affairs, Nabila Makram, declared July the Egyptian heritage month in Canada during her visit to Toronto on July 21, 2019. Declaring a month for Egyptian civilization and heritage in Canada has come as a result of the efforts of MP Sherif Read More
Dear fellow Egyptian students in North America, On behalf of the ESANA executive team I would like to welcome you all to engage with ESANA and enrich the Egyptian student community in North America. First let me introduce the newly elected executive team. We are new vibrant team looking to engage and help Egyptian students Read More