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Egypt photojournalist - Mohamed Ali Eddin

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    AbdulHady, 45, guards the company facilities with his primitive gun. He said: “This gun is the only one we have in the company.. i…

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    Abdul Ghafar was checking the pick up at the company garage before beginning his daily tour from the company to workers’ homes.

  3. The Workers' Revolution

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    Abdul Ghafar Ramadan, 65, a driver who worked for more than 20 years with NubaSeed said: “The investor refused to let workers use…

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    NubaSeed workers share food and tea during their journey from the company headquarters to Cairo to follow their company case at th…

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    Mohamed Shenawy, 68, the oldest worker in NubaSeed Co. discusses the situation of the company with Abdul Fadel Kasem, 55, and othe…

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    Through two years NubaSeed workers self-managed their company and overcame many hardships. They promoted the deputy managers to be…

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    Many workers felt unsafe especially when the new investor decided to decrease the number of employees. From 1998 to 2011 the relat…

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    After the government decision the company managers left their positions and the investor withdraw all the company money. The inves…

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    Worker carries boxes of orange which ready to be sold. The orange farm is one of the most thriving sectors of the company.

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    In 1990s, Egypt began its economic plan of privatization and sold many public sector companies to the private sector. In 1998 Nuba…

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    The Egyptian government decided in 1991, to end the relation between NubaSeed and the ministry of agriculture. The company became…

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    In 1976 the Egyptian government established NubaSeed Co. to be the leading agricultural company which covers 60 per cent of local…

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    Eslam (11 years old) and Mohamed (12 years old) stand outside the workshop at the end of the day waiting for their wages. The chil…

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    A worker washes up at the end of the day to remove the silver powder from his body.

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    Sayed, 22, thought that his work at a polishing workshop was his only chance for earning money and getting married. He said, “the…

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    Female and child workers packing the pots during the final process before sale.

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    Most of the aluminum workers feel “uncomfortable” with masks, so few of them wear them.

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    The polishing process is often done in narrow and over-heated rooms.

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    A worker unravels the cloth protecting his hand after eleven hours of working on the polishing machine