In attendance and sponsorship of his highness sheikh Mohammed ben Rashid al Maktoum, vice president of United Arab Emirates, prime minister and Dubai governor, Dubai club for journalism organized its third session of “pioneers of Arab social networking” to honor those with positive influence in social media channels.
Hospital 57357 was selected to be honored, in the health category, for its recognized effect on social media, its effective contribution in promoting positive interaction and in encouraging creative thinking among youth and the Arab society. In attendance of leaders of Arab social media networks and influential Arab and international figures, Dr. Sherif Abuel Naga, executive manager of 57357 group and general manager of the Hospital, received the award.
The Emirati website “bayan” declared that the Children’s Cancer Hospital 57357 received the award for being one of the most prominent institutions whose campaigns were widely shared on social media and whose team was able to consolidate its position as an institution that can sustain, develop and grow.
Throughout its years of operation, Hospital 57357 exerted much efforts through social media channels to spread its mission and consolidate values of giving and philanthropy among volunteers around the world, initiating change with respect to the free provision of healthcare services to children with cancer. Through positive interaction in social media channels, it could attract millions of followers, positively affecting charity institutions, and enabling the dissemination of scientific knowledge and 57357’s experience in other communities. Moreover, 57357 encourages and adopts charity initiatives by youth in Egypt and other countries to contribute to supporting our children with cancer. It was able to introduce real change on the level of interaction with its followers, earning their trust and highlighting the importance of enhancing free healthcare provision among the public. As a result, millions of the Hospital’s followers participated in our children’s recovery journey and in ensuring the sustainability of the Hospital’s operations and its development and expansion efforts to be able to serve more children with cancer, and becoming one of the leaders of Arab social communication.
Our gratitude to his highness sheikh Mohammed ben Rashid al Mactoum for acknowledging the Hospital.
Bahrain’s deputy prime minister and chairman of the board of trusties of Isa award for service to humanity, his highness sheikh Mohammed Ben Mubarak Al Khalifa, announces that the Children’s Cancer Hospital Foundation Egypt wins Isa award in its third edition 2015-2017.
Hospital 5357 is proud to announce the receipt of the Joint Commission International (JCI) accreditation on Jan. 20, 2016. The JCI is one of the world’s prominent nonprofit accreditation organizations working to ensure safety and highest quality of care for the patient
ITBU, AFNCI, are granted the EC-Council Best New Comer ATC award 2016 for Africa. The EC-Council is a leading international certification body in information security and e-business. The EC-Council Global Awards program acknowledges the ongoing commitment of Accredited Training Centers and Certified EC-Council Instructors that have contributed significantly to the information security community by providing leading information security certification programs. There are many categories for this award among which the best newcomer award. ITBU, AFNCI as part of the 57357 Group was awarded as well as two other entities for this category for the Africa Region.
57357 is granted a Cerner Middle East award for the adoption of inspiring Healthcare Technology aiming to improve patients’ outcomes at the 2015 Cerner Achievement & Innovation Awards that took place in Dubai.
Hospital 57357 receives The OPEC Fund for International Development, (OFID)’s 2015 Annual Award for Development:
This comes as recognition of 57357 works in alleviating the suffering of children and its dedication in fighting cancer and achieving adequate treatment facilities. The Award, which is granted with a US$100,000 prize, was declared on the sidelines of the 36th session of the Ministerial Council. The Council Chairman, the Chairman of the Governing Board and the Director-General presented the award to the Hospital in Vienna at the end of July 2015 The Ambassador of Egypt to Austria, Khaled Shamaa, received the Award on behalf of the 57357 Group
In appreciation for 57357’s humanitarian role and work at the service of the community, it was awarded the 2014 “Al-Sharka prize for volunteer work” on the Arab region level and institutions category .The setting up of the award takes place under the patronage of his highness Dr. Al-Sheikh Sultan Ben Mohamed Al-Kasmy, El-Sharka ruler and supreme council member
Hospital 57357 the receipt of the ISO accreditation 22000:2005 on March, 13th, 2010 in Food Safety Management Procedures. The hospital is proud to be the first ever in the Middle East region to receive this certification; in tune with its concern to offer its patients the best standards of comprehensive healthcare.
The certification body confirmed that hospital 57357 is offering its patients 165 nutritional items free from any harmful bacteria on a daily basis. Also present at this event were Consultants, Dr. Alaa Naguib and Dr. Doria Aly from the Public Authority for Standards and Quality. The ISO accreditation is renewed periodically.
CCHE was honored by two awards from the Middle East Hospital Build Exhibition 2010 in recognition of its efforts to be a world-class leader in healthcare. CCHE received Best Physical Environment Award and Honorable Mention for the Best Sustainable Hospital.
The CCHE 57357 is awarded the World Health Organization’s UAE Health Foundation 2008 Prize.
In a grand award ceremony held at the Assembly Hall of the Palais des Nations in Geneva, His Excellency, Dr. Hamid El Katamy , Health Minister of the United Arab Emirates presented the World Health Organization’s United Arab Emirates Health Foundation 2008 Prize to the Children’s Cancer Hospital Foundation Egypt 57357.
The prize was received by Mrs. Ola Ghabbour, the Foundation’s Secretary General on behalf of Mrs. Suzanne Moubarak, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Foundation. Also present at the ceremony were Dr.Margaret Chan, Director General of WHO, Dr. Leslie Ramsammy, President of the World Health Assembly, and the representatives of more than 190 nations.
The Emirates Minister of Health welcomed all the guests at the ceremony, which is held annually with the purpose of honoring and acknowledging physicians , institutions or renowned personalities, for their outstanding contribution to the medical field, and their assistance to the WHO in health development and the preservation of health and safety of the human race. The United Arab Emirates Health Foundation Prize was instituted in 1993 by the late Sheikh Zayed Ben Sultan Al Nahian with the firm conviction of the necessity to support the work of the WHO worldwide, so as to be able to ensure to each and every citizen of the world his or her right to decent health and sanitation standards.
Among the previous winners of this award are: Hillary Clinton in 1998, Professor Magdi Yacoub, Renowned Cardiac Surgeon in 2002, and Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in 2007.