Corporate Social Responsibility

Tanmeyah has always viewed itself as a strong driver of social mobility, with a mission to provide those who are underprivileged with the means and tools to better themselves, their families and communities. This guiding principle is at the core of its business and is hence reflected in its community outreach policies as well.

In addition to providing financing for its clients, Tanmeyah offers them guidance, training, and advice on how to achieve their goals. Furthermore, a key to our success has always been developing our own talent by providing in-house training. As such, our corporate responsibility initiatives have been focused on education, leadership and vocational training, and mentorship in addition to community learning programs.

 

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AIESEC Egypt

In the interest of supporting the development of unmatched leadership experiences, international opportunities and a global learning environment, Tanmeyah has partnered with AIESEC, the world’s largest student-run organization to support AIESEC’s mission in enabling their 35,000 international members to explore and develop their leadership potential in order to have a positive impact on society.

AIESEC has more than 60 years of experience in developing high-potential students into globally minded responsible leaders through securing international internship opportunities in different fields.

AIESEC has partnered with over 40,000 organizations -from multinational to small and medium scale business, non-profit to government and the UN and are active in over 1700 universities across more than 107 countries and territories.

 

 

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The Egyptian Federation of Modern Pentathlon

Introduced for the first time in 1896, the Modern Pentathlon is the oldest Olympic sport.

  • From the beginning, the Modern Pentathlon was set to challenge athletes’ abilities in the five consecutive discplines: archery, fencing, swimming, equestrian and cross country running.
  • The Modern Pentathlon has come a long way and has had the rules of its game adjusted to attract audiences and be more exciting.
  • The International Union of Modern Pentathlon was established in 1948 and held its first male competition in 1949 and first female competition in 1981.
  • The Egyptian Federation of Modern Pentathlon was established in 1975 by the late Major General Ahmed al-Husseini.

Tanmeyah has been a sponsor of the Egyptian Federation of Modern Pentathlon since 2014.