Top 50 Women Forum congratulates Egyptian winner of Arab Hope Makers
Top 50 Most Influential Women Forum has congratulated Egyptian author and journalist Nawal Mostafa on winning the Arab Hope Makers Initiative award in Dubai.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, honoured this month five winners, including Mostafa, in the 2018 Edition of Arab Hope Makers Initiative, awarding each of them Dh5 million ($1.36 million).
The Forum in a statement has commended Mostafa’s humanitarian efforts and her leading role in supporting female prisoners of debt, saying she represents a great model inspiring new generations in Egypt.
To date, Mostafa has contributed to freeing more than 1,000 prisoners of debt, launching more than 1,000 small projects for former inmates, and training 500 ex-convicts in professions that would help them regain their self-confidence.
Her humanitarian achievements include providing continuous in-kind assistance to more than 2,500 families of prisoners, as well as contributing to the treatment of 500 children of prisoners and putting 500 children through school. In addition, her initiatives and awareness campaigns have helped bring about a momentous change in the lives of female prisoners, inside and outside prison walls.
The Top 50 Most Influential Women is a forum that includes high-profile executives that had been awarded and recognized as the top50 most influential women in years of 2015, 2016, 2017, by Amwal Al Ghad Magazine, in an event under the auspices of Egyptian Prime Minister Sherif Ismail. The Forum is a non-governmental organisation that enjoys financial and administrative independence seeking to outline a comprehensive reform platform for the Egyptian economy for the upcoming phase.
The Top 50 members work on devising new mechanisms to encourage various business sectors engaging in a successful partnership with the government in order to implement necessary reforms and to eventually achieve the government sustainable development programme by 2030.