Sixty-five sidewalks have been constructed for people of determination in the Maadi and Zamalek neighborhoods in Cairo Governorate, Hisham Amna, Minister of Local Development, announced.
The ministry is in the process of expanding the implementation of further projects in the governorates of Luxor and Aswan, in coordination with the Misr El Kheir Foundation.
This is a forward step towards implementing initiatives in cooperation with civil society organizations to the rest of the governorates of Upper Egypt.
Amna said that the action of these facilities aims to facilitate movement for people of determination, and to improve the services provided to them for more quality of life.
Amna stated that the sidewalks that have been constructed include 28 sidewalks in the Maadi district, including ten in Street 9 and Steet 8.
Ten other sidewalks have made available in the vicinity of the Corniche and Maadi Club.
This is part of a protocol that was signed by the Ministry with the Cairo Governorate local authority, the Housing and Development Bank, and the Misr El Kheir Foundation.
Based on the cooperation protocol between the Ministry, Cairo Governorate, the PepsiCo Egypt, and the Sonaa Elkhair Foundation, made available in these actual locations 37 sidewalks.
They are in the Zamalek district, including four in front of the embassies of Iraq, India, the Netherlands, and Libya, and eleven in front of government buildings, including the post offices of Shagaret al-Durr and al-Brazil Streets, the Faculties of Fine Arts and Music Education, the Cairo Library, the National Bank of Egypt, and the Teachers Hospital.
Four sidewalks in al-Gabalaya Street and the Revolutionary Command Council Street, and five on al-Tahrir and Mohamed Abdel Wahhab streets, in addition to two others on 26th of July Street, and Mokhtar al-Touch Street.