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Read Hany touching story
Hany and his sister Nagat now live in L’Arche in Egypt. They were born in a region along the Nile river in Middle-Egypt. Both experience an intellectual disability. When their mother died their uncle took Hany and Nagat and locked them in a tiny room in the basement. They had one very small window that allowed oxygen and some sunlight in. They received food and water through this tiny window, but that was it. This room was their entire world, and they experienced complete abandonment. One day the door to Hany and Nagat’s tiny room was opened, and Hany and Nagat were welcomed back into the world and, what is more, into a home and a place of belonging.
Report 2019/20 – Partnership programme, Egypt
Part of our strategy is to develop new models of L’Arche. Our recent inclusion project in Egypt was led by L’Arche and developed in partnership with other local organisations. It shows the type of impact L’Arche can have when we reach out and share our knowledge and resources with others.
Find out more about this initiative and the difference it made to over 100 children with disabilities and their families.