Call 16000

It's from the childhood and motherhood national council. I heard of it on Cairo . They have this hot line 24 hours and communicate with different organizations and with the police. They receive calls from people who know of homeless children anywhere. You give them the address of the street those children stay in and their average age, they will connect you with some organization which should try to take care of him or them

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Meretsenger said...

The residents really had no choice in moving. What would you say with officials photographing and taping interviews?
While as an Egyptologist attached to the Australian team in Egypt I agree it opens up a wealth of knowledge.
It's facts such as the lack of arrival of promised fridges and stoves in their very tiny new houses that annoys me.
Also the childrens playground equipment was removed and the area converted to a car park the day after the media left.

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