Wednesday 8 March 2017
In celebration of International Women’s Day we hear from ten girls in Egypt on what matters to them In December last year, Zinester worked with ten girls from Egypt to get their voices heard. Zinester aims to give marginalized groups a voice by teaching them to make DIY magazines and using these ‘Zines’ for social impact and to provide assets for campaigns.
Sunday 5 March 2017
Animation Video for 2 girls who faced harassment on the street but their parents reacted differently.
Tuesday 27 September 2016
Farouk* is a 16 year who is no longer at school. He lives in Beheira Governorate; which is one of the locations in Egypt where there is a large number of young people at risk of unsafe migration. He worked in several jobs and he has a passion to work as a plumber. He is now participating in one of Save the Children’s programs targeting vulnerable children at risk of taking the deadly journey to Europe by boat. Farouk comes from a poor family and always had a dream of traveling to Europe.
Wednesday 31 August 2016
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.
Friday 19 August 2016
World Humanitarian Day is an annual reminder of the importance of humanitarian work globally. This year Save the Children commemorates the day by sharing special memories from our inspiring aid workers.