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Wednesday 31 August 2016

Shifting Hope for a Brighter Future

Brother and sister: Eid (14) and Reda (12), grew up in a very poor household in Abnobe rural community near Asyut, Upper Egypt. They were pulled out of school before they could learn to read and write leaving them with limited possibilities of accessing decent livelihoods options and making better lives for themselves. They are now enrolled in Youth in Action program and, in this video, they share how the program has shifted their skills and hopes for the future in a bright new direction.

Tuesday 4 August 2015

Building a better future for young people in Egypt

Save the Children’s Youth in Action project in Egypt creates opportunities for out of school adolescent girls and boys (12-18) to enhance existing assets and build new knowledge and skills to be able to negotiate a better position of value in an existing value chain or agri-business.

Sunday 22 June 2014

Syrian sisters help to bring change for children in Cairo, Egypt

(L-R) Syrian sisters Fatma, Banan and Media Al Safady at Save the Children’s Child Friendly Space in El-Obour, Greater Cairo, where they have helped facilitate children’s activities since November 2013.

 

 “What I will remember most about Egypt is my experiences working at the Child Friendly Space. I grew up. I learned how to be human, how to be free”.

Friday 20 June 2014

World Refugee Day 2014

Celebrating Coexistence in Egypt