Experience and Achievements
Experience and Achievements
The Egyptian Food Bank's underlying mission is "Ending Hunger in Egypt by 2020."
For over 12 years, the EFB has been striving to link individual and institutional donors to the underprivileged cases that truly need their funding.
The EFB's specialization in this cause has enabled it to play a significant role not only on a local level, but likewise on a regional and international level by sharing its experience and know-how in providing sufficient nutrional food to the underprivileged.
The EFB has participated in the launching of the following Food Banks:
- Year 2011
- Saudi Food Bank ( 3 branches )
- Iraqi Food Bank
- Syrian Food Bank
- Tunisian Food Bank
- Year 2012
- Mauritanian Food Bank
- Pakistani Food Bank
- Lebanese Food Bank
- North Sudan Food Bank
- Jordanian Food Bank
- Year 2013
- Bangaladeshi Food Bank
- Year 2014
- Palestinian Food Bank
- Year 2015
- Somali Food Bank
- Central African Food Bank
- Bahraini Food Bank
- Year 2016
- Ghana Food Bank Uganda Food Bank
- Angolan Food Bank Cameroon Food Bank
- Cote D’Ivoire Food Bank Malawian Food Bank
- Year 2017
- Emirates Food Bank Kuwait Food Bank
- Sierra Leone Food Bank Kenyan Food Bank
- Zambian Food Bank Yemeni Food Bank
- Afghanistan Food Bank
61 Food Banks in Latin America
- South Sudan Food Bank Yemeni Food Bank
- Bahraini Food Bank Morocco Food Bank
- Kuwaiti Food Bank Chadian Food Bank
- Kenyan Food Bank Libyan Food Bank
- Palestinian Food Bank Nepal Food Bank
- Mali Food Bank Guinea Food Bank
Ethiopian Food Bank Madagascar Food Bank
Omani Food Bank Djibouti Food Bank
Congo Democratic Food Bank
New Food Banks Requests:
Zimbabwe Food Bank Mauritius Food BankBotswana Food Bank Rwanda Food BankAlbanian Food Bank Benin Food BankLiberian Food Bank
EFB is the leading organization in fighting hunger in Egypt. It's experience and know-how is generated by a vast profesionnal database, skilled field and administrative employees, and facilities that enable it's effective ability to feed the underprivileged in Egypt.
One of the EFB's essential functions is to organize charity work. The initiation of the "Sak Al Odheya" Program, related to the corban barium, assures the delivery of the large quantities of meat accumilated during the feast to the underprivileged in Egypt, in an adequately professional and organiyational manner. This program ensures that underprivileged cases are provided with quality canned meat and vegetables throughout the year, and not solely during the feast.
The EFB is the first NGO in Egypt to be granted the ISO Certificate (2000-9002).
There are more than 250 employees working for the EFB, with various experiences and specializations.
The EFB has partnerships with numerous organizations, institutions and banks under the concept of CSR, that proactivley support the EFB's activities and programs.
The EFB initiated various donation programs for individuals according to their income categories.
|Monthly Feeding (Dry Food)||10,000||120,000||150,000||180,000||210,000||
|Seasonal Feeding during Ramadan||50,000||750,550||1,000,000||1,200,000||1,500,000||1,800,000||1,800,000|
|Odheya Meat (Families reached)||36,000||1,000,000||1,200,000||1,500,000||1,800,000||2,200,000||2,000,000|
|Canned Meat with Vegetables||60,000||8,500,000||12,000,000||15,000,000||20,000,000||20,000,000||20,000,000|
|No. of qualified NGO’s||160||1,600||2,465||4,000||5,000||8,928||9,000|
|Hotels and Restaurants Meals Monthly Distribution (Million)||1,22||17,2||15,0||15,5||16,6||20,1||19,1|
|8,2 Million EGP||4,23
|6,06 Billion EGP||6,8 Billion EGP|
|1,4 Million||720 Million||393 Million||650 Million||510 Million||46,6 Billion EGP|
|4,30 Billion EGP|