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The ZKH Foundation for Human Development


About:

The Zenab Kamel Hassan Foundation for Holistic Human Development
A registered non-profit organization named after ZKH the first Egyptian woman in modern times to achieve higher university degrees in science and to teach in the Egyptian University in the Faculty of Science. The Foundation is dedicated to excellence in men and women. It is dedicated to environmentally sensitive sustainable development, mobilization of grass roots participation and resources, and intra-social, trans-gender, trans-social and trans-cultural communication.

Mission:

ZKH aims to empower citizens by supporting small self-sustaining projects by creating a cultural educative environment for those who are deprived from cultural education. 

Vision:

Establishing the societal human development bases for the country's  long-term prosperity completing its vision.



Responding To The Challenges 
Of The Twenty-first Century

working together for interactive development in a less violent world.
 

Based in Egypt but internationally linked via international advisory board, the Foundation operates from the heart of the Arab World, the Middle East, a most relevant region in the North South interface and in the meeting interface of the World's major religions. The Foundation is well placed for action towards its objectives.

To demonstrate the theory and practice, initially in a non-European, non-post industrial revolution context, of :

humane, environment-sensitive, participatory sustainable development.

the potential for attaining self sufficiency and acceptable standards of living using industry and technology selectively and in service of human and Earth values, and at the same time respecting cultural and behavioral differences and respecting aspects of local knowledge and wisdom.

new pathways for promotion and maintenance of health at a personal, family, societal and finally international level by applying the new WHO criteria, in concordance with our criteria, that define health as not only the freedom from physical and mental disease, but also the ability, and opportunity-as a right- to grow to full potential, and the ability to form creative interactive relations with the dynamic and pluralistic aspects of "self" , "others" and the environment, thus generating the sense of creative, non-violent well-being on an individual, societal and international level that is our definition of health.

the potential and mechanisms for resolution of violence in human relations by implementing the above mentioned concept of health through which the "other" can not be externalized or dehumanized or deliberately dis-empowered as a prelude to abuse or marginalization. The other not only being "other" nationalities, races and religions, but most fundamentally the other "gender" and the other "generation", including children and old people. The participation and empowerment of women into a truly interactive role is thus a major objective of our work.
In the pursuit of the above objectives we are responding to the international crisis involving post-industrial Euro-America as well as the crisis of the Southern hemisphere. We are responding to the challenge of modernity and techno revolutions determined to give them a human and humane face countering the erosion of human values, human freedom and the erosion of the environment.

 
About Zenab Kamel Hassan

 

Zenab Kamel Hassan is Egyptian Muslim girl who defied everything to get access to an education at all, then to get a University education which in the early twenties meant:


Travelling alone to London, joining Clapham High School to get the matriculation, then joining London University, Bedford College to study Science and duly graduate in Chemistry1929 to become:

The first Egyptian girl to graduate in Science in modern times. 

The foundation's booklet (published 1996:"Responding to the Challenges of the twenty first century") tells her struggle to set a different role model for women in Egypt and the Islamic World .


She became the first woman to teach men Chemistry in Cairo University! 

The progressive marginalization and dis-empowerment of like-minded and enlightened "rebels" represents a fundamental fulcrum in the study of the mechanisms of relapse of the extremely promising and developmental leap in the whole of the region as led by Egypt after the 1919 revolution and its highly fertile associations and offshoots. 

The Foundation believes that the key to development is re-empowering the dis-empowered whether these are the poorer, the younger, the non-attached or the feminine or -sadly in totalitarian regimes- the citizenry!. 

The establishment of dialogue with all "other" is yet another commitment.
 

Board of Trustees

Tarek Ali Hassan, FRCP Chairman

Eng. Ismail Osman, vice chairman

Enayat Saiid El Naggar Treasurer

Jane Blenkinsop Hassan Board member

Aya Maher  Board member