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A Decent Living| 16mins
Director: Tamer Ashry | Producer: Ahmed Attia
Focus Years: 2012 | Country: Egypt
Subject Tags: africa, egypt, equality, fair-share, health, human rights, livelihood
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
Ahmed is a simple man who lives in a village which called Beidif, 200KM from Cairo in Egypt. His job is to make up the sewer system. All houses in Beidif have cesspits to get ride of waste water. A cesspit is a large underground tank to hold sewage. They need to be emptied regularly or the household will face problems. The film shows how Ahmed does his work everyday and how this work affects his life.
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