DiDi Egypt, a leading smart transportation solutions company, has announced its active participation in the packing and packaging of aid provided by the Misr El Kheir Foundation.
This step is part of the company’s strategy to enhance its prominent role in supporting and developing the Egyptian community, within the framework of its deep commitment to social responsibility in Egypt.
This initiative comes as part of the company’s efforts to reinforce its leading role in supporting the Misr El Kheir Foundation.
Previously, DiDi Egypt provided 100,000 free trips to the foundation’s employees and volunteers, acknowledging their continuous efforts over the past years and emphasizing the importance of supporting constructive development efforts by the foundation.
Mohamed Helmy, Director of External Affairs at DiDi Egypt, stated that the company’s employees’ participation in the packing and packaging of aid distributed by Misr El Kheir reflects their belief in the importance of social responsibility.
He added that it underscores the company’s future vision to expand development in the communities in which it operates.
Helmy further mentioned that selecting Misr El Kheir Foundation as a partner highlights its significant role in improving citizens’ lives, and the company’s decision to participate emphasizes its appreciation for the foundation’s efforts in community building.
Amal Mobdii, the Executive Director of Resource Development at Misr El Kheir Foundation, welcomed DiDi Egypt’s participation, expressing hope that the partnership will continue to achieve development in various areas within the foundation.
DiDi Global Inc is a leading global mobility technology platform, offering a wide range of services across various markets worldwide.
These services include ridesharing, taxi services, delivery, energy solutions, vehicle solutions, food delivery, shipping services, and financial services within cities.
Misr El Kheir Foundation is one of the Egyptian non-governmental and non-profit organizations, registered under number 555 for the year 2007, according to the provisions of Law No. 84 for the year 2002.
The foundation aims to participate in building and developing human beings, focusing on maximizing human value and improving living standards, and empowering people to live a decent life in impoverished communities across various governorates of the republic, especially Upper Egypt.
The foundation targets six main areas: education, social solidarity, health, scientific research and innovation, aspects of life, and integrated development.
Its mission is to participate in building and serving humans in the hope of eliminating unemployment, illiteracy, poverty, and disease.