They are being relocated to October Gardens City.
The Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS) released Tuesday figures on residential units built in FY2020/2021.
The Ministry of Planning and Economic Development indicated in a statement Thursday.
The government is granting 1,600 families fully-furnished units elsewhere.
A total of 696 families have received furnished apartments in Ard al-Khalaya (cavalry land) housing project in southern Cairo, near the area from which they were evacuated earlier.
The Cairo governorate municipal authority is currently working in the slums of El Sokar wa Al Laymoun, Hosh Al Ghagar, and Al Gayara located near Cairo Citadel Aqueduct.
Those used to dwell two slums.
Askar added that awareness campaigns targeting 40,000 families in those neighborhoods took place.
The original residences of those families, which were 1,213 flat-buildings, have been demolished.
Sediq noted that 40 percent of buildings in urban areas are unplanned.
Compensations worth LE4 billion will be disbursed to 1,380 families, 296 shop owners, and 136 workshop owners.
There will be no slums or hazardous areas in Cairo by the end of 2021, Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly said Saturday.
Sediq added that the cost of constructions in Asmarat alone is LE3.6 billion, while the value of the land on which it is built is LE2.5 billion.
As the state removed slums and unsafe areas, replacing it with appropriate alternatives for residents, features of Cairo governorate have dramatically changed.
Siddik said that 357 areas and 1105 random markets have been identified at the level of the Republic, and the construction of the last 45,000 housing units will be completed within two months.
Egypt experience to end unsafe slums became a role model to other countries according to Khaled Siddiq, Executive Director of the Slums Development Fund.
Former residents of Batn el-Baqara slum area in Old Cairo have expressed gratitude after receiving their furnished apartments in Asmarat City for free.
The Informal Settlements Development Fund (ISDF) has released important figures on the development of unplanned areas in Egypt as part of an ambitious plan to relocate inhabitants of hazardous areas and develop others areas.
It would be strange for a non-Egyptian that an area in Cairo called the Manor of Camel Jockeys had its name changed due to the notoriety of its original name. How did the Manor of Camel Jockeys get such a bad reputation, prompting the renaming into the City of Hope?
Shedding light on Egypt's long journey to end unsafe slums crises, DMC channel produced a 29-minute documentary that reviews how housing projects such as Asmarat and Bashar El khier were a live saving step for more than 150K citizens and families.