And local husbands respectfully call their beloved wives "Madame".
Their character and passion can be seen, perhaps, better in a famous charming and magical belly dance.
But efforts to raise awareness of the problem, get the child workers back in school and train them for less dangerous jobs did little to improve the situation—which has been exacerbated by the economic instability that followed the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak in 2011.
Naturally, mothers simply do not have any time to work.
Their job is to take care about their children, cook, make laundry.
No time to care about herself is left, and probably, some ladies in egypt bless Muslim traditions: it is very convenient to hide modest clothes and a face with no make-up under traditional arabic dress.
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“They understood that international exposure could back fire on their business,” she says. “Child labor is a dominating phenomenon in Egypt,” reads the opening line of a 2011 report on child workers by the Faculty of Economics and Political Science at Cairo University.