27 NGU students participated in the Cairo Model World Health Organization (CMWHO) entitled “Refugees crisis and its global health implications” that took place early February. One student quoted “It was a true eye-opener and we reached a resolution that every country should welcome refuges to abolish such a worldwide crisis”.
NGU students standing here with Dr. Lamis Ragab, NGU’s Vice President. Throughout the years, Dr. Ragab is not only an academic supervisor to CMWHO, she is a platinum cofounder as well. She has been supporting CMWHO since its very beginning in 2012 and supporting CMWHO by all means, giving the most wise pieces of advice at every time it is needed; opening CMWHO to valuable networks that would have never existed except for her support; and foremost sharing every important moment of CMWHO success story.