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When a woman is divorced or widowed, she often finds it difficult to meet all of her financial obligations. Raising their children becomes extremely tough, and they frequently fail to provide for them and themselves.
In Egypt, the Ministry of Agriculture decided to dedicate two new villages to support divorced women and widows. The project’s foundation was laid in 1998, and it is still working today.
The name of the hamlet is Al Samaha, and it is an all-women village located in Edfu, 120 kilometers from Aswan.
There are currently 303 women living in the town, and no man is permitted to enter. Women stay in the village with their children, and if a woman marries, she must leave.
They will have to travel outside of the village to visit any of their male relatives. Male relatives over the age of 18 are not permitted to enter the village.
The women earn money by raising poultry and livestock on the agricultural area that has been assigned to them. Each family is given a house and a six-acre plot (only women and children are allowed).
The house is single-story and is government-funded so that the women can repay it in manageable installments.
Aside from that, the women are given a variety of short-term loans. The project creators offer the furniture and farming equipment. They can also plant any type of crop they want, with the exception of sugarcane.
Because there are no men in the hamlet, it provides a safe setting for the vulnerable ladies, which is why it is preferred.
These women are deserving of all respect for their willingness to labor and persevere in the face of adversity.
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