Haya Karima holds hearings for villagers to decide on needed projects



Sun, 05 Dec 2021 - 03:45 GMT


Sun, 05 Dec 2021 - 03:45 GMT

Paving a road in the countryside as part of Haya Karima - Archive

Paving a road in the countryside as part of Haya Karima - Archive

CAIRO – 5 December 2021: Haya Karima initiative organizes forums for residents of villages and rural areas to hear their grievances and decide on relevant projects in accordance.

The initiative seeks raising the living standards in the countryside. That includes major and minor infrastructure, healthcare, education projects, and other services.

In Minya governorate of Upper Egypt, a civil registry in Mallawy town has been established, and multiple encroachments on the River Nile have been removed.

In Beni Suef, also in Upper Egypt, a primary school is being established in Mansour village of Beba town as children must cross a railroad daily to go to school in another village. The decision was made after holding a forum for the villagers.

In Aswan in southern Egypt, a sewage system project in West Aswan village is being built after the flood damage that recently took place in the area, and also after a hearing.

Meanwhile, a hearing was held of residents of Karkar village, south of Aswan, where some 2,500 people live. They voiced their need for better access to drinking water, sewage, electricity, education, communications, supply, youth and sports services, mail, and public transport.

In Sharkia, the Delta, more than 1,000 people in San al Hagar city have had their eyes examined at a mobile ophthalmology unit and given free medical glasses and drugs. Other cases have been transferred for surgery in various hospitals, according to a Sunday statement by the undersecretary of the Ministry of Health in Sharqia, Hesham Shawky.

Also in the Delta, in Menoufia governorate, more sewage systems, bridges and service and agricultural complexes are being established. Multiple schools, government buildings, youth and women centers are being renovated, canals are being lined, and more homes are being supplied with natural gas, according to a Sunday statement by Ahmed Abu Leimon, governor of Menoufia.




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