Christian children in Egypt are sadly among the country’s greatest victims of persecution. More than half of Egypt’s eight million Christians live off less than $2.00 a day. Entire Christian communities dwell in slums in the outskirts of Cairo or in desert villages whose sole employment is collecting and recycling garbage. Apartments are damp and overcrowded, sewage overflows into the streets, and homes are routinely without water or electricity. The indigent living conditions have led to disease and illness, especially among village children.
Help ICC reverse the cycle of poverty and provide the children an education and one-on-one Christian mentorship with an ICC-supported staff member from a local church. In partnership with the local church, ICC is sending Egypt’s poorest Christian children to school.
Learn how you can help by checking out this page: http://ow.ly/lAgIr or emailing email@example.com