13 November 2012

Egypt: Govt Moves to End Wastewater Crisis in Suez Schools

Egypt's Education Minister has agreed to allocate 300 thousand Egyptian pounds from the ministry's budget to ending the wastewater crisis in an educational compound in Suez.

"We have immediately began executing the plan after efforts by Education Ministry leaders and Suez Governor Samir Aglan to end the problem of wastewater and groundwater in the compound", Ayman Ismail, the ministry's local media advisor told Aswat Masriya.

Chaos had erupted at the Sadat school compound in Suez a few days ago when wastewater and garbage flooded the classrooms.

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