Nasser Movement Wins National Translation Awards
The National Translation Center has announced the winners of the fourth edition of the Translator Scouts competition, held in celebration of the National Day of Qalyubia Governorate. The list of winners included four translators from the Nasser Youth Movement, who dominated the top positions. They are Marvet Sakr, Aya Nabil, Zeinab Mekky, and Fatma El-Sayed. These translators joined the movement as part of the professional development program offered by the International Nasser Youth Movement to Egyptian university students majoring in translation, literature, linguistics, media, and political science.
In a related context, Hassan Ghazaly, the founder of the Felliship and the International Nasser Youth Movement, expressed his appreciation for the efforts and excellence of the Nasser Youth Movement translators. He highlighted the exceptional skills of these translators, even in professional training programs within the movement. He pointed out that this led to their progression through multiple training stages, including their transition from translation departments to becoming ambassadors for the movement. Some of them excelled to the point of becoming reviewers in the Swahili language department, which is a true success story for the professional development program for Egyptian university students offered by the Nasser Youth Movement in partnership with the "National School for Preparing Student Cadres" Bozoor project.
Ghazaly added that the Nasser Youth Movement is committed to empowering youth in various fields through numerous capacity-building programs at local, regional, continental, and international levels. He noted that over four years, the Nasser Youth Movement has expanded to more than 65 countries worldwide, reaching approximately 11,500 beneficiaries, indicating its commitment to achieving sustainability with limited resources. Furthermore, the movement's website is available in five languages (Arabic, English, French, Swahili, and Spanish), with about 223 translators contributing to our programs.