We intend to make a significant contribution to humanity, not only locally by giving back to our society, but also globally by helping improve global health in the 21st century. Our founder sought to invest in Social responsibility, today; we still respect and follow that legacy. Monetary and non- monetary contributions are made to support a variety of worthy causes, through non-profit organizations, which support education, sports, health, human services, civic & community initiatives.
Health, well -being and rehabilitation
Being a main concern, it was Dr. Hassan’s initiative to donate his 3 story family home, and turn it into a clinic for the less fortunate. He assembled a team of staff members in the faculty of medicine, who volunteered to diagnose, prescribe, and operate on patients pro bono. A lot of effort was made to optimize the operational capacity of several governmental hospitals. Amongst these , the re-construction of the historical, 100 year old building; Farook ophthalmology hospital, structural repair of the maternity hospital, which once worked at only 10% of its capacity due to structural defects, and supply highly needed equipment to the only governmental orthopedic hospital in Alexandria; Naryman hospital. Our most recent proud accomplishment was the opening of Alexandria university hospital outpatient clinic. This project was previously put on hold for 16 years due to lack of funding, up until Pharco Corporation completed the building process, and supplied some necessary equipment to get this facility up and running. Today, the clinic serves two million patients yearly from Alexandria and nearby governorates. Smaller, Other important projects were established includes: two elderly care homes, two drug rehabilitation centers, many medical missions to rural areas like Sudan and Siwa, which led to the diagnosis and successful surgical treatment of Glaucoma patients; hence restoring their eye sight. In collaboration with a Rotaract Club, a new system was defined to improve the ambulance response time in the city of Alexandria.
Pharco Corporation values education and desperately seeks to enlighten generations to come, that’s why we built public schools in Borg Al Arab and the city of Alexandria, and restored collapsed schools following the 1992 earthquake that hit Egypt. Pharco’s proud donation of the Science Park, a state of the art research facility, in Alexandria University (Faculty of Pharmacy), intended to encourage students to give back to their community.
Natural Disaster Relief
Together with the WHO, reliefs have been sent to several non-profit organizations across the world. Free medication was also sent under the supervision of the Egyptian government and ministry of health to Libya, Sudan, Iraq, Pakistan and Ghaza.