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Female entrepreneurs seek solutions to Egypt's traffic woes

Female entrepreneurs in Egypt have launched carpooling apps to help ease the daily burden of traffic.

Egypt's female entrepreneurs are tackling their country's growing transportation issues with a number of out-of-the-box ideas.

“Many female entrepreneurs have found that they can come up with creative solutions, just like their male partners in the transportation industry, to help reduce daily sufferings on the road,” said Rania Ayman, founder of Cairo-based nonprofit Entreprenelle, which supports women-run start-ups.

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