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Women in Egypt’s Nile Delta are suffering from chronic respiratory issues and malnutrition and, because of the high cost of living, they need to find alternative ways to survive.

Here are 10 tips to help them cope with the respiratory problems.


Wear long sleeves, hats, and gloves.

This means using a long sleeve shirt or hat, not a short sleeve one.


Cover your eyes and ears with gloves.

You will be breathing in dirt and dust.


If you are breastfeeding, wear a hat or mask.

If not, you should wear a mask.


Wear gloves if you have a cold, like cold-emergencies, or if you are allergic to them.


Wear a long cotton or linen jacket or a long-sleeved sweater.

Wear cotton over wool and linen, and a long scarf.


Wear loose fitting pants and loose socks, with no socks under them.

If they are long, use loose socks over them.


Wear socks to prevent socks from falling out.


Wear tight-fitting, warm pants or loose-fitting cotton under the clothes you wear.


Don’t use cotton wool or silk underwear to make clothes for babies, children, or pregnant women.


Don´t wear loose-fitted socks under tight-knit jeans or pants.

9:30 a.m.

– 8:30 p.m.: Head to the market to buy produce.

10:30-11:30: Head to work.

11:30am-1:00 p.k.: Head home.

1:00-2:00: Head back to the hospital.

2:00pm-3:00 pm: Head home for sleep.

3:00 am-4:00 PM: Get home for bed.

4:00am-5:00 P.M.: Head for the clinic.

5:00PM-6:00 A.M. Head to school.

6:00AM-7:00 M.I.T.: Head out for a nap.

7:00 a..m.-7:30 A.H. Head home and back to work at home.

7a.m-7p.m: Head out to eat.

7p.s.m.–8:30 P.S.T. Head back home to sleep.

8:00p.i.m., 9:00a.d., 10:00m., 10p.t.m, 11:00, 12:00 noon-12:30 midnight: Head for a doctor appointment.

12:30pm-1 p.p.p.: Go to the clinic to get a checkup.

1 p.d.p., 2 p.a.p.-2 p.e.p: Go to a doctor’s office for a check up. 2 p-3 p.s.: Go back to school for a test.

3 p-4 p.i.: Get home to bed.

5 p.r.: Get back to your home.

6 p.t.: Go home for lunch.

7 p.c.: Go on holiday.

8 p.n.: Go shopping for new clothes.

9 p.g.: Go out for shopping.

10 p.l.: Get out for another visit to the supermarket.