Salah’s hometown charity project provides financial assistance to many families

Salah’s hometown charity project provides financial assistance to many families Liverpool star Mohamed Salah donated food to residents of his hometown Nagrig, Bassioun, Gharbiya Governorate, to help families affected...
Mohamed Salah
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Salah’s hometown charity project provides financial assistance to many families

Liverpool star Mohamed Salah donated food to residents of his hometown Nagrig, Bassioun, Gharbiya Governorate, to help families affected by the spread of the novel coronavirus.

Salah’s father, Salah Ghaly, told El Masry El Youm that his son wishes the village health and safety, and urges residents to avoid large gatherings and to stay committed to following health guidance regarding COVID-19.

He added that the village has been sanitized and that masks were distributed to residents.

“Salah’s charitable foundation continues to provide financial assistance on a regular basis to a large number of families in the village,” he told El-Masry El Youm.

The Pride of Arabs is certainly going through a hiatus in his career, as the Premier League is currently suspended indefinitely due to the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak.

Earlier on today representatives of English football’s top 20 teams met with league officials to discuss various scenarios for bringing back the competition in a two-hour video conference.

The officials have decided that the return of Premier League football is dependent on the roll out of mass coronavirus testing.

Salah is a keen supporter to his hometown residents as this isn’t his first humanitarian act as he has previously donated to numerous charitable projects.

In December 2018, Salah donated a little under a million pounds to the Bassioun General Hospital, and alongside his father; Salah also donated five acres of land to establish a sewage treatment plant in his home village, giving residents there a stable source of fresh, clean water.

In August, Salah donated three million US dollars to Egypt’s National Cancer Institute (NCI) to help restore its facilities after a terrorist attack took place near the building on Sunday, August 4 at midnight.

The United Nations announced in February 2020 their selection of Salah to become the first ambassador for Instant Network Schools, a program that connects refugee and host-country students with opportunities for high-quality online education, according to a UNHCR statement.

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