About Egyptian Student Association in North America (ESANA)
Egyptian Student Association in North America - ESANA, Egyptian diaspora Egyptian Student Association in North America (ESANA) The Egyptian Student Association in North America (ESANA), is a registered non-profit organization, that aims at integrating the Egyptian student community in North America with the research and public community in North America, Egypt and worldwide. ESANA is the largest Egyptian student gathering outside Egypt, with a number of members exceeding 1800 and over 37 local chapters (units) throughout Canada and the US. To download ESANA Brochure, click here . ESANA has four primary goals: A syndicated goal: to protect and care for the affairs of its members, to objectively analyze and struggle to solve their problems and to represent them in front of all official and non-official levels. A promotional goal: to expose the true civilized character of Egypt and to promote for the national efforts of Egypt for peace in front of the American, Canadian and International societies. A political goal: to express, study and analyze the nation’s problems, as well as those of the Arab and International community, and express ESANA’s point of view through its’ stances and ESANA magazine. A scientific goal: to follow-up on the scientific deficiencies in Egypt and try to provide solutions within the resources of ESANA.
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