In  “Amroos”  3rd issue, published December 2018, we discuss the topic "Health" inside the LGBTQI+ community; psychological, physical or sexual health. In this edition we are trying to highlight everything related to health within the LGBTQI+ community from the perspective of everyone belongs to the LGBTQI+ community. We wish you enjoy the 3rd edition of Amroos.

In “Amroos” 3rd issue, published December 2018, we discuss the topic "Health" inside the LGBTQI+ community; psychological, physical or sexual health. In this edition we are trying to highlight everything related to health within the LGBTQI+ community from the perspective of everyone belongs to the LGBTQI+ community. We wish you enjoy the 3rd edition of Amroos.

Inside “Amroos” 2nd Issue, published September 2018, we discuss the internal stigmatization inside the LGBTQI+ community as an initiative for self-criticism of the community we belong to, as this community should act as the space where the LGBTQI+ individuals can feel accepted, safe and stable emotionally and psychologically. We wish you enjoy the 2nd edition of Amroos.

Inside “Amroos” 2nd Issue, published September 2018, we discuss the internal stigmatization inside the LGBTQI+ community as an initiative for self-criticism of the community we belong to, as this community should act as the space where the LGBTQI+ individuals can feel accepted, safe and stable emotionally and psychologically. We wish you enjoy the 2nd edition of Amroos.

In 2018 Mesahat launched its periodical, Amroos. Amroos meaning the Rainbow in Nubian Language, and it is in the diversity of opinions and identities that binds this periodical together. Amroos is published in Arabic and English, with a focus on a specific topic for each issue. For our first issue we focused on systematic and state powered homophobia and transphobia.

In 2018 Mesahat launched its periodical, Amroos. Amroos meaning the Rainbow in Nubian Language, and it is in the diversity of opinions and identities that binds this periodical together. Amroos is published in Arabic and English, with a focus on a specific topic for each issue. For our first issue we focused on systematic and state powered homophobia and transphobia.

“Zizo’s Diaries” is an illustrated comic booklet, published by Mesahat Foundation in 2017; about Zizo the intersex child and how them and their parents discovered that. It takes you through a journey of the procedures that intersex persons go through in the Egyptian institutions. Making the doctor figure, the person who inform us and them about the common misconceptions and mistakes that lead to catastrophes when it comes to dealing with intersexuality in Egypt. The doctor also helps inform that it is solely Zizo’s decision to decide what gender they would like to be, knowing that intersexuality is not a specific case, but more of a spectrum of cases.

“Zizo’s Diaries” is an illustrated comic booklet, published by Mesahat Foundation in 2017; about Zizo the intersex child and how them and their parents discovered that. It takes you through a journey of the procedures that intersex persons go through in the Egyptian institutions. Making the doctor figure, the person who inform us and them about the common misconceptions and mistakes that lead to catastrophes when it comes to dealing with intersexuality in Egypt. The doctor also helps inform that it is solely Zizo’s decision to decide what gender they would like to be, knowing that intersexuality is not a specific case, but more of a spectrum of cases.

"Strength Lies in Our Unity...One Region...One

Struggle” is an online campaign

lunched by Bedayaa Organization for LGBTQI in

the Nile Valley Area (Egypt & Sudan), Mesahat

Foundation for sexual and gender diversity and

Trans-Homos--DZ organization form Algeria on

the International Women Day March 8th. The

campaign published a booklet contains stories of

LBT women from North Africa (Egypt, Sudan,

Algeria) named (Queer Women Voices from

North Africa).

“Meemoirs”  is a part of Mesahat Foundation’s documentation work, that aims to document the oral history of the everyday life experiences of LGBTIQ++ people in Egypt and Sudan, focusing mainly on narratives and life experiences outside the center of both Egypt and Sudan.  The first issue of Meemoirs, published in May 2019, tackles that very first step; The chapter of “Self Discovery”. By recounting stories of Queer and Trans women which carry in their essence the different routes these women have taken to find an answer to their burning questions regarding their identities. It attempts to make sense of the concept of “Self Discovery” from their collective experiences.

“Meemoirs” is a part of Mesahat Foundation’s documentation work, that aims to document the oral history of the everyday life experiences of LGBTIQ++ people in Egypt and Sudan, focusing mainly on narratives and life experiences outside the center of both Egypt and Sudan.

The first issue of Meemoirs, published in May 2019, tackles that very first step; The chapter of “Self Discovery”. By recounting stories of Queer and Trans women which carry in their essence the different routes these women have taken to find an answer to their burning questions regarding their identities. It attempts to make sense of the concept of “Self Discovery” from their collective experiences.

“Digital Security Guide for LGBTIQ++ and the Rest of the Acronyms” is one of Mesahat Foundation contribution to the Arabic speaking activists. It was produced in 2018 with the aim of providing a bigger scope on digital security awareness; one that focuses not only on the tools, but also on common misconceptions, and healthy practices of online and offline usage of our information. It features updates at the time when signal was censored in Egypt, as well as references for further reading in Arabic and English. This guide comes from a core value at Mesahat, represented at its Holistic Security program, which tackles digital security as a part and parcel of a triad, along with psychological well-being and personal safety.

“Digital Security Guide for LGBTIQ++ and the Rest of the Acronyms” is one of Mesahat Foundation contribution to the Arabic speaking activists. It was produced in 2018 with the aim of providing a bigger scope on digital security awareness; one that focuses not only on the tools, but also on common misconceptions, and healthy practices of online and offline usage of our information. It features updates at the time when signal was censored in Egypt, as well as references for further reading in Arabic and English. This guide comes from a core value at Mesahat, represented at its Holistic Security program, which tackles digital security as a part and parcel of a triad, along with psychological well-being and personal safety.

"Together Our Voice is Louder" is an online

campaign launched by Bedayaa Organization for

LGBTQI in the Nile Valley Area (Egypt & Sudan),

Mesahat Foundation sexual and gender diversity

and Trans-Homos--DZ organization form Algeria

on the occasion of International Day Against

Homophobia and Trans phobia (IDAHOT

2016).The Campaign published a booklet of

Homophobia and Trans phobia against LGBTQI

community members stories from North Africa.

As part of its celebrations of the Human Rights Day, Mesahat Foundation for Sexual and Gender Diversity launched its publication "LGBT Voices from Sudan," which documents violations based on sexual orientation and gender identity against sexual and gender minorities in Sudan.