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Minister of Youth and Sport honours Banque Misr chairperson for sponsoring Ramadan tournament of youth centres for the fifth consecutive year

Minister of Youth and Sport Khaled Abdel Aziz gave an honour shield to Banque Misr chairperson Mohamed El Atriby in recognition of the bank's cooperation with the Ministry of Youth and Sport.

In cooperation with the Ministry of Youth and Sport, Banque Misr sponsored the Ramadan tournament of youth centres for the fifth consecutive year. The tournament saw the participation of 456 teams from youth centres nationwide and approximately 4,000 people (players, administrative workers, referees, competition committees, and media workers).

Participants from youth centres nationwide were as follow: 324 participants played on 36 teams from the governorates of Alexandria, Beheira, Kafr Al-Sheikh, Gharbeya, Marsa Matrouh, and Menufiya; 216 participants played on 24 teams from the governorates of Luxor, Aswan, Red Sea, and Qena; 216 participants played on 24 teams from the governorates of Port Said, North Sinai, Damietta, and Dakhlia; 180 participants played on 20 teams from the governorates of Ismailia, South Sinai, Suez, and Sharqeya; 114 participants played on 16 teams from the governorates of Sohag, Assiut, and New Valley; 144 participants played on 16 teams from the governorates of Fayoum, Bani Suef, and Minya; and 144 participants played on 16 teams from the governorates of Cairo, Giza, and Qaliubiya.

Banque Misr's sponsorship of the tournament comes out of the bank's leading role in social responsibility as one of the most important key pillars of the bank. The bank's contributions to social development are focused on major pillars including health, education, and youth, given that they are the leading core of the home's development.

Banque Misr is seeking to present a positive model to be followed by the rest of the institutions toward building Egypt and developing its youth. The bank is always in the lead providing attention to the youth sector for a better future.