One third of Egyptians live in a "deprived built environment"

Cairo slums (photo: Mitch Altman, Flickr)

These households are deprived of one or more of six quantifiable components that have been used to define adequate housing: affordability, durable housing, secure tenure, sufficient living space (crowding), safe water and improved sanitation.

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