Military engineering authority finishes 16K housing units for youth
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CAIRO: Egypt’s Military Engineering Authority (MEA) has finished building a total of 16,000 housing units for low-income people, particularly the youth, Youm7 reported Tuesday.

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The Dahshour Housing Project, south of 6 October city, is one of several housing projects President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi launched in cooperation with the United Arab Emirates-based Arabtec construction company and the MEA.

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The units were constructed over 220 feddans and include 667 five-storey buildings for housing and public services.

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The EMA started the project in 2013 after UAE provided Egypt with financial aid allocated to build 50 housing units in Egypt for the low-income people and the youth.

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In May 2015, former Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab delivered housing units to 1,500 low-income families in Cairo’s Badr City.

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