• Who we are

CEOSS, an Egyptian development organization headquartered in Cairo, Egypt, is dedicated to social and cultural development, individual well-being, social justice and inter-cultural harmony. It delivers its services regardless of gender, race, religion, or beliefs. CEOSS reaches out to more than 2 million Egyptians annually in more than 100 rural and urban communities.

As an active voice promoting pluralism and mutual respect in an Egyptian context, CEOSS encourages the participation of Egyptians from all segments of society—Muslim and Christian, rich and poor, educated and uneducated, powerful and powerless—to work together toward common goals.

  • Our Mission

The mission of CEOSS is to promote the sanctity, equity, and harmony of life. It seeks to contribute to the transformation of society by nurturing moral and spiritual awareness, enhancing a sense of belonging, promoting respect for diversity, addressing conflict, and advancing social justice for individuals and communities.

  • Our Code of Conduct
  • CEOSS adheres to religious and human values that promote justice and peace; respect pluralism and diversity; and encourage ecological conservation.
  • CEOSS works cooperatively and in partnership with national and local governmental agencies and with civil society institutions to best address the concerns and rights of society.
  • CEOSS seeks transparency with partners and donor organizations.
  • CEOSS encourages a culture in which freedom of expression and belief, democratic decision making, consensus-building, and gender equity are valued and practiced.
  • CEOSS empowers and equips workers and leaders with practical, analytical, and creative skills that empower them to achieve their goals and objectives.
  • Our Trends and Directions
    • Rights Based Approaches; Full Participation, Inclusion, Citizenship & Access to Public Service.
    • Expanding Tripartite Partnerships; CSOs, Private Sector, Public Institutions.
    • Electing Citizens Committees;Sustainability, Empowerment, Local Initiatives & Gender Balance.
    • Building Co-existence; Religion, Gender, Age.
    • Institutional Adoptive Capacity Building; Financial Management, Democratic Elections, decision making & Evaluation.
  • Our Areas of Intervention:
  • Poverty alleviation programs among local and impoverished groups
  • Community rehabilitation programs for people with disabilities
  • Enhancing quality of education and vocational training
  • Environmental care and agricultural projects
  • Curative and preventive health care programs
  • Institutional capacity building for better performance
  • Promotion of good governance and gender equality among public and civil society institutions
  • Enhancing small and microenterprises among poor individuals and groups
  • Increasing mutual acceptance, understanding and mutual respect among different groups of society
  • Increasing understanding among policy makers, media representatives, governmental officials about the concerns of poor people
  • Mobilizing communities towards regional peace building

Encouraging advocacy and networking for peace building

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