Call for Prayer: Nasser fellow Needs Your Speedy Recovery Wishes
With hope, earnest supplication, and prayers, the Nasser Fellowship for International Leadership eagerly anticipates the swift recovery of the young and influential leader, Abdullah Yassin. His diverse contributions span the realms of thought leadership, training, rehabilitation, and impactful community initiatives.
Abdullah Yassin, a dedicated researcher and social work activist, stands out as a graduate of the esteemed Nasser fellowship for International Leadership, emerging as one of the most notable natural leaders in Upper Egypt's Luxor Governorate. He holds pivotal roles as a member in the Policies and Business Development Units at the Ministry of Youth and Sports and as the Head of the Upper Egypt Sector at the Goodwill Bank for Sustainable Development. Additionally, he serves as a coordinator for the Development Program at the Ministry of Youth and Sports and acts as a monitoring and evaluation advisor for the Forsa project through the Egypt Development Foundation under the Ministry of Social Solidarity and Social Welfare. Abdullah Yassin also assumes the crucial position of Secretary-General of the Egyptian Youth Parliament and coordinates the Ministerial Initiative for Leading Youth. His past experiences include significant contributions in the Public Relations Department at the Shefa Al Orman Cancer Hospital in Luxor and a role as a field coordinator for the "Nour Hayat" initiative, combating the causes of blindness under the auspices of the "Tahya Misr" Fund.
Abdullah Yassin's impact extends into the realm of training and rehabilitation in Upper Egypt, where he has played a vital role in elevating the skills of numerous young leaders. He has served as a trainer in the Youth Leadership Training Committee at the Ministry of Youth and Sports, imparting life skills in the field of drug control for the Drug Control Fund, and directing and training in the "Because I Am a Man" campaign under the sponsorship and organization of the National Women's Council. Moreover, he has been a trainer in the financial literacy project at the Banking Institute and has contributed as a trainer in the project to improve self-employment opportunities and reduce irregular migration, sponsored by the European Union Development Agency.
In the realm of intellectual contributions, Abdullah Yassin has recently authored a book titled "The Role of Development Projects and Their Impact on Primary Families under Care," representing an extension of his master's thesis in public policy.