Saturday, May 21, 2016

Amina Helmy

Armed with her cape and shield today's wonder women has taken Egypt by surprise , she is not your stereotypical independent Egyptian women, Amina Helmy a 25 year old women works as a mechanic. She was actually a typical princess and graduate from House Of English , but she was unconventional in every different way. She was a very curious kid , loved to know how everything was made. On her 9th birthday she asked for a boy's mechanic kit. Her parents thought she just loved to explore but they never thought she would chose this as her passion and her profession . Amina Helmy never cared for traditions and always hate the words "this job is not for women".

Rasha Soliman


Rasha Soliman a female video game analyst major in Fatima Jinnah women university in Tanta, she studies the Media plays an important role in our society and it considered being part of our everyday routine. TV programs, internet, cell phones, and video games not that safe and we have to be careful while our children use it because it might effects on them negatively like the effects of cartoons on children’s behavior patterns, this is because children at that age consider things they watch in cartoons to be real, they are unable to differentiate between fantasy and reality.

Also here’s a research done by a student of the Fatima Jinnah women university, Rasha Soliman… this student mentioned that he asked a junior wing school about children’s behaviors regarding violence and physical actions commented “Some students are always picking up fights in class, one of the reasons behind this aggressive behavior could be that they are too much influenced by violence based cartoons or other programs which parents without any concern let them watch in excess”.
Here’s another research carried out by the American academy of pediatrics (AAP “CHILDREN who view shows in which violence is very realistic frequently repeated or unpunished , are more likely to imitate what they see “ Hassan , father of two sons said “ there was a time when one of my sons begun to play pranks on his little brother quite frequently and I failed to understand the reason this sudden change in his behavior , one day however I found him watching the cramp twins and understood the reason for all his bullying “ Hassan also said that he has become conscious of the cartoons that his sons watch since that time .

These two researches proof what I said before and this negative effect can made positive by a little effort on the role of parents towards their children. They should make their children realize that these fantasy things have no identity. Parents need to keep an eye on their kid’s activity. It can be changed easily by making the cartoons a healthy entertainment, which could have a positive impact on them.

Online News Presentation

Our Presentation discussed the online news and how technology has effected and developed the news industry , the use of metrics to track the most viewed and most popular trends online has effected the news industry in a positive and negative way. It increased the competition and decreased the level of quality of new yet it gave a better insight on the audience and readers.

Rick Hodes Ethiopia

In 1984 Dr. Rick Hodes went to Ethiopia to do relief work during the famine. He originally planned on working there for one year, but after realizing the African people’s extreme needs and knowing that he was uniquely qualified to help them, he stayed. After almost three decades, he still practices at hospitals in Addis Ababa and Gondor. He has served tens of thousands of people through immunization, family planning, community health, nutritional support and his specialist field—spine deformities. He was also partly responsible in ensuring the safe immigration of 14,000 Ethiopians via a historic airlift to Israel in 48 hours. His greatest passion however, remains to volunteer at Mother Teresa’s Mission for the Destitute and Dying where he cares for critically ill children that others have abandoned. During his time in Ethiopia he has adopted five children and he also supports and houses another fifteen whom he sees as part of his extended family.

Marc Gold Bangkok, Thailand and USA

Whilst traveling in India in 1979, 
Marc Gold met a woman suffering from a terrible ear infection. He paid $1 for her antibiotics and a further $30 for a hearing aid that restored her hearing. It was at that moment that he came to the realization that you can do a lot with almost nothing. On his arrival back home, he sent letters to 100 friends and asked for donations he could use during his next trip. To date, Marc has been on 22 missions in 67 countries; he has raised nearly $600,000 and has purchased everything from bicycles and rice to sewing machines, schools and mosquito nets. As founder and director of the 100 Friends Project he simply goes looking for problems in the slums, at hospitals, clinics and orphanages. His only request is that recipients give back by helping others.

Narayanan Krishnan (India)

Narayanan Krishnan was an award-winning chef on his way to a very bright future when the sight of an old and destitute man eating his own human waste out of hunger put his life on a different course. He quit his job during the next week and within a year he had founded the Akshaya Trust, which feeds and take care of the destitute and mentally disabled people in Mandurai, Tamil Nadu. He prepares and serves three warm and fresh vegetarian meals every day, which he often hand feeds to the people that he seeks out under bridges and other desolate and abandoned spots. Krishnan also carries a comb, scissor and razor with him to provide extra dignity to those he cares for. Today, Krishnan sleeps in Akshaya’s kitchen along with his co-workers, he has no income and scrapes by with the support of his parents. To date he has served more than 1.2m meals to India’s destitute.

Eugene and Minhee Cho

Eugene and Minhee Cho have always been aware of the imbalances in the world. It was only when they started traveling and saw with their own eyes the “faces” of the people living in extreme poverty, that they founded One Day’s Wages—A non-profit organization based on the principal of donating one day’s wages to uplift and enable those in need. In 2009 they donated their entire yearly income to their cause just to let people know they wouldn’t ask something of others if they weren’t willing to do it themselves. To date, they have funded over 40 projects and in doing so have given nutritional support, provided HIV treatment and care, improved access to maternal care, provided clean water, funded lifesaving heart surgeries and provided an education to hundreds of individuals globally.