• Publication date: August 13, 2014

Kashaaf.. Governmental services won't kill you anymore

Kashaaf a new perspective for governmental services

Kashaaf a new perspective for governmental services

Kashaaf.com is a social hub that gives Egyptian citizens valuable information about how to get governmental services done. It allows citizens to learn from each other and provide feedback on the quality of services required. It acts as a watchdog on the Egyptian red tapes, as it is a powerful tool for improving government services and competitiveness.

(By: Dina Allam) Kashaaf.com is a social hub that gives Egyptian citizens valuable information about how to get governmental services done.  It allows citizens to learn from each other and provide feedback on the quality of services required. It acts as a watchdog on the Egyptian red tapes, as it is a powerful tool for improving government services and competitiveness.

Mohammed Elhifnawy and Mazen Aly are the co-founders and the creators of kashaaf.com idea,as a website, after they faced some difficulties while dealing with the red tapes like most of the Egyptians, they launched this idea aiming that it would help in serving the individual’s needs in Egypt instead of getting angry and frustrated with no results.

The website has four main sections: "as2ela,7okomia,khibrat & Haiyaatia".

As2ela section is used for helping the Egyptian citizens in their questions about the service needed in any governmental institutions.

7okomia and Khibrat section are used for organizing the experiences of Egyptian citizens in the governmental red tapes, making them easily accessible depending on people-to-people shared experiences with the provided tools from the website while writing down the experiences they faced while dealing with governmental services.

As for Haiyaatia section, it offers information about 13,500 governmental institutions all around Egypt from police stations, to universities, and post offices

 Kashaaf.com is considered as a technological campaign founded by the youth of today, the next generation, in order to serve the individuals and the society in Egypt and backing up this campaign will definitely be a win-win case move.