Prof. Dr Youssef Gharbawy, President of South Valley University, participated in the meeting held by Major General Ashraf El-Daoudy, Governor of Qena, on Monday morning, which he reviewed the plans of the Executive Agencies to deal with Crises and Disasters, among the “Saqr 87” Activities that will be implemented during the period from 10 to 12 October, In the presence of Hazem Omar, Vice-Governor of Qena, Brigadier General Mohamed Al-Khoy, Assistant Commander of the Popular and Military Defense Forces, Major General Samuel Atallah, Assistant Director of Qena Security for Training, Brigadier Akram Judeh, Assistant Commander of the Popular and Military Defense Forces for Planning and Training, Eng. Tamer Saeed, General Secretary of the Governorate, Eng. Fatima Ibrahim General Secretary Assistant, Brigadier General Ahmed Awad, the military consultant to Qena Governorate, executive leaders, a group of armed forces officers, students of South Valley University, and families of martyrs
The President of the University together with the Governor of Qena, witnessed the joint practical training for crisis and disaster management in Qana Governorate “Saqr 87” which is being carried out by the Governorate over a three-day period from 10 to 12 October to assess the readiness of all the executive bodies concerned with their human and material components, and to upgrade the staff of the various sectors, and they inspected with the accompanying delegation, the emergency shelter camp at the Youth Center of Qena City as well, Which includes 50 tents, 4 people per tent, and accommodates 200 people with a whole living
Prof Dr Youssef Gharbawy explained at the end of the tour the importance of developing plans to deal with emergency crises and disasters if they occur, through practical training on many emergencies that may occur in the governorate with the participation of the popular and military defence forces, and he refers to the participation of the Faculty of Physical Education students of the university, in sports performances, morning exercises that help individuals carry out tasks, and showcase martial arts skills for self-defence, to present a wonderful model in the success of the military establishment in physical education students, which aims to develop a spirit of loyalty and patriotism
In the presence of Prof. Dr Ashraf Moussa, Dean of the Faculty of Physical Education, and Dr Mahmoud Labib, Vice-Dean for Education Affairs, and a group of faculty members, their assistants, and the faculty’s students.