Montessori Foundation of Egypt
MFE is a non-profit organisation that is committed to:
Supporting Montessori Education in Egypt and the region.
Helping schools and centers to maintain the highest quality of Montessori Education.
Promoting Montessori principles and values to the Egyptian society at large.
MFE was founded by Hala Aboulela in 2016. The foundation aims to work with businesses, non-profit organisations, schools, parents, educators, and government to maximize the reach of the Montessori philosophy to as many children as possible across Egypt.
MFE is affiliated to Association Montessori Internationale (AMI); the Affiliation Agreements were signed on 7th April 2017.
“Within the child lies the fate of the future.” - Maria Montessori
Association Montessori Internationale (AMI)
The Association Montessori Internationale (AMI) was founded in 1929 by Dr. Maria Montessori in Amsterdam to maintain the integrity of her life’s work, and to ensure that it would be perpetuated after her death. AMI is the recognised international authority on Montessori education. AMI diplomas are offered in AMI teacher-training institutions around the world.
AMI's mission is to support the natural development of the human being from birth to maturity, enabling children to become the transforming elements of society, leading to a harmonious and peaceful world.
Maria Montessori was an Italian Physician and educator. She was graduated from the faculty of medicine at the university of Rome in 1896, to be one of the first female medical doctors to graduate from an Italian University. She devoted her entire life to develop a complete method of Education that supports the children's natural development. For more than a century, her scientific method has proven to be the most successful method of education and has served thousands of children across the world.
For more information about Maria Montessori; visit
As MFE is a new foundation; we do not yet have images for quality Montessori Environments in Egypt. Below are links to websites from which we borrowed some pictures: