Egyptian Streets, 2 September, by Nayrouz Talaat

Egypt’s Street Children One Loving Attempt at a Time

“I adore children and have always hated the idea of children suffering. The groundbreaking moment came when I saw a documentary on BBC about children in China. That’s when I felt I needed to do something,” says Flavia Shaw-Jackson, founder of the Belgian-Egyptian established charity, FACE for Children in Need.

Flavia, a South African, holder of a French passport and a mother of three children, who is currently living in Belgium, aims to help reintegrate abandoned babies, orphans and street children into families and society through love and education.

In an interview to Egyptian Streets, the most spirited Flavia takes us through her journey with FACE, from establishment and onward.

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