McDonald’s Egypt lights up some of its branches in Cairo and Alexandria in blue on the International Autism Awareness Day


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In conjunction with World Autism Day, Manfoods McDonald’s Egypt cooperated with the Egyptian Autism Society to spread awareness about autism under the slogan “A Union Not Unite”.

The campaign aims to understand the barriers that hinder the integration of people with autism, which contributes to their rehabilitation and integration into society. The campaign this year emphasized the importance of enhancing community awareness about autism, correcting misconceptions and prevailing stereotypes, as well as raising awareness of the positive impact of early detection and intervention.

McDonald’s Egypt lights up some of its branches in Cairo and Alexandria in blue on the International Autism Awareness Day

Among the activities of the campaign, McDonald’s Egypt illuminated 8 of its branches in Cairo and Alexandria in the blue color, which symbolizes autism globally, in order to spread awareness about autism. In addition, the company provided some people with autism the opportunity to train within its branches during the month of April as part of McDonald’s efforts to support people with special abilities as part of the company’s initiatives that aim to leave a positive impact on society.

It is noteworthy that Manfoods-McDonald’s Egypt has a long history in supporting autism and people with special needs, in line with the state’s tendency to integrate people with special capabilities in order to achieve Egypt’s 2030 vision for sustainable development, as the company supported the Egyptian Autism Society for the fourth year in spreading awareness about autism in addition to To its sponsorship of the first African Games for the Special Olympics, which were held under the auspices of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi last year.

McDonald’s Egypt lights up some of its branches in Cairo and Alexandria in blue on the International Autism Awareness Day

In conjunction with World Autism Day, Manfoods McDonald’s Egypt cooperated with the Egyptian Autism Society to spread awareness about autism under the slogan “A Union Not Unite”. The campaign aims to understand the barriers that hinder the integration of people with autism, which contributes to their rehabilitation and integration into society. The campaign this year emphasized the importance of enhancing community awareness about autism, correcting misconceptions and prevailing stereotypes, as well as raising awareness of the positive impact of early detection and intervention.

Among the activities of the campaign, McDonald’s Egypt illuminated 8 of its branches in Cairo and Alexandria in the blue color, which symbolizes autism globally, in order to spread awareness about autism. In addition, the company provided some people with autism the opportunity to train within its branches during the month of April as part of McDonald’s efforts to support people with special abilities as part of the company’s initiatives that aim to leave a positive impact on society.

McDonald’s Egypt lights up some of its branches in Cairo and Alexandria in blue on the International Autism Awareness Day

It is noteworthy that Manfoods-McDonald’s Egypt has a long history in supporting autism and people with special needs, in line with the state’s tendency to integrate people with special capabilities in order to achieve Egypt’s 2030 vision for sustainable development, as the company supported the Egyptian Autism Society for the fourth year in spreading awareness about autism in addition to To its sponsorship of the first African Games for the Special Olympics, which were held under the auspices of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi last year.

McDonald’s Egypt lights up some of its branches in Cairo and Alexandria in blue on the International Autism Awareness Day
McDonald’s Egypt lights up some of its branches in Cairo and Alexandria in blue on the International Autism Awareness Day
McDonald’s Egypt lights up some of its branches in Cairo and Alexandria in blue on the International Autism Awareness Day

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