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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

Wednesday 18 June 2014

Egypt’s Street Children Aim High in Rio 2014

Six Egyptian street children were selected for the Street Child World Cup 2014, travelling all the way to Brazil to take part. Read their inspiring story here.

Wednesday 28 May 2014

The Street Is Not My Home

Creating a safer environment for street children in Egypt

Thursday 15 May 2014

Community Coexistence: Save the Children’s Forsa Project Promotes Integration in Egypt

By Rachael Corbishley, Emergency Health Assistant

Two weeks ago I arrived in Egypt to join Save the Children’s emergency team to work on the Syrian refugee response. It is my first deployment with Save the Children, and my time in Cairo so far has held a lot of ‘firsts’, including the opportunity to meet some of the vulnerable people supported by our programmes.

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