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Egypt: Tackling Food Waste and Loss

An estimated one third of all food produced globally is either lost or wasted. In Egypt, about a third of the grapes and a half of the tomatoes are lost through inefficient practices before they reach the consumer. To...


Egypt: Building Resilience

United Nations - When the Arab Spring brought on regime change in Egypt between 2010 and 2011, it was hoped that benefits of the revolution would reach local people, such as those living in the rural regions of Upper ...


Egypt: Building Resilience

United Nations - Rocked by political and economic insecurity, rural Egypt is a hard place to build a good life. But a new approach to combating poverty is bearing fruit.  21st Century, Episode #105 Script: http://ww...


Gaza: Children at risk

United Nations - The Gaza Strip, located between Israel and Egypt, has been a recurring hotspot for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict for years. With half of the population in Gaza being children, UNICEF reports that a...


Egypt: Youth and Social Media

United Nations, New York, August 2011 - More than ever, social media is empowering youth throughout the Arab world. Two young Egyptians - who participated in training programs supported by the UN Alliance of Civilizat...


Egypt: Youth Unemployment Rising

Egypt dominated the headlines at the beginning of the year when an unprecedented display of people power toppled 30 years of autocratic rule. But will the elections planned for later in the year solve Egypt's problems...


Egypt: The girl who Dreamed of School

In rural Egypt, if you're young and female, your prospects of going to school are dim. But one young girl now has a chance to dream. 21st century - Show 49-Egypt Script (pdf): http://www.un.org/webcast/pdfs/...