Egypt’s social initiative “Haya Karima” is targeting investments into upgrading the quality of education services in Egyptian villages.
A study by the Egyptian Center for Strategic Studies has revealed the basis on which villages are selected to be part of Haya Karima initiative.
The presidential initiative “Decent Life” announced readiness to receive volunteers to participate in a national project to develop 1,500 villages in 20 Egyptian governorates.
The development of these six villages came at a cost of EGP 21 million ($1.34 million).
The company will deliver 900,000 feddans in four main zones to investors within the next few months.
Cambodia's one-of-a-kind "Bamboo Train" delights tourists as it clatters through bucolic countryside.
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