Matbakh Immy

“I didn't know that there was such a thing as a wheat or flour allergy. I also discovered that a lot of people in Egypt are becoming...

Intilaaqah: Celebrating 8 Years of Entrepreneurship

by Hania Moheeb In an inspiring ceremony, Shell Egypt and the British Council celebrated the closing of the Intalaaqah’s eighth year in...

Thriving Startups

By Rawan Abdel Latif Given Egypt’s questionable past and unforeseeable future, business startups have constantly found themselves caught in a struggle. Those of them who...

Ana 7amel the ultimate motherhood guide

   Raising kids these days is not an easy task; every mother has millions of unattended questions. Given the everyday life pressures and...

The Rise of Gourmet Street Food in Cairo

Food carts have been around for a very long time, making their first appearance as a chuck wagon in 1866 in the United States...

Shaghalni: Connecting Employees and Employers

Many find hiring skilled employees, such as blue-collar job seekers, a challenging task. Unfortunately, there isn’t a proper database of this caliber available, in...

Tabibi 24/7, Your Ticket to Peace of Mind

   by Ola El Soueni It goes without saying that Cairo’s day-to-day traffic drives us insane, but being in a car with a sick...

WEAVING DREAMS OF SILK: A Silkworm Breeder’s Story

By Zeinab Abul GheitLed by paper trader Ahmed Baraka from Mansoura, silkworm breeding, which was once a popular pastime of school children in Egypt,...

Ghada Wali: The Egyptian Who Made Her Community Proud

An African proverb says, “If you educate a woman, you educate a nation.” Ghada Wali dreams even bigger. The 27-year-old Egyptian graphic designer, illustrator...

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