Our Stories

  • From Helpless to Fruitful

    At age 42, a man's age of peak productivity, Fatma's father lost his left arm, left eye, right thumb and almost his right eye too when he tripped on a landmine left from World War II. As a result, his life got drastically messed up especially with nine children.

  • From Victims to Activists

    Mines and explosive remnants of war contaminate a huge portion of Egypt’s Western Desert, affecting an area of about 2,680 square kilometres stretching from Alexandria to the Libyan border and 30 kilometres deep from the Mediterranean coastline.

  • Governance Assessments Give Citizens a Voice

    Despite relatively limited resources, authorities in Egypt have recurrently allocated significant portions of state budget to local service delivery projects.