A lot of efforts have been done worldwide and in Egypt to promote women’s health. However, What was achieved on the ground, does not meet the expectations; there is a lot yet that needs to be done and from here started our idea of establishing women’s Healtht needs to be done and from here started our idea of establishing women’s Health
Promotion Society as independent non-profit organization Promotion Society as independent non-profit organization in the beginning of 2014 aiming to enhance the status of women health in Egypt and worldwide through education, research, advocacy as well as social empowerment activities. From that date we worked hardly and effectively leading to our recognition as one of the well-established societies caring for women’s Health in Egypt.
Egypt, the land of The first women physician in the history MERIT PTAH 2700 BC and the land of the father of women health ,Prof Mahmoud fatah allah ,deserves a better women health status that is second to none. Our aspirations are therefore legitimate; and above all, achievable.
On the behave of women’s Health Promotion Society, it is my great pleasure to cordially welcome you to the historical city of Alexandria for the annual congress of the society that has been designed to serve as a gateway for scientific researchers and clinicians to acquire the most up-dated knowledge and technology advancements in various fields of women’s Health .
We believe that the meeting will be an excellent opportunity for both scientific and cultural exchange, and hope that all the participants will enjoy this great event and this remarkable city.
Conference Hononary President
Prof. Mahmoud Fathallah
Prof. Hassan Sallam
President of the Conference &
Chairman of the Society
Prof. Ahmed Fawzy Galal
Vice President of the Conference
and Head of Organizing Committe
Prof. Ossama Al-Ashker
Head of Scientific Committee
Dr. Mohamed Allam
Secretary of the Society
Prof. Samir El-Sayed
Dr. Abd Elfatah Ahmed
142 El Shahed Galal El Desouky st. Wabour El Miah, Bab Shark. Alexandria,Egypt