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During a recent class at Cairo University, students laughed as they watched a skit acted out by their peers about a married couple. The husband came home from work and asked his wife, who was sweeping the floor, why dinner wasn't ready. The skit was part of a new government project called Mawadda, which offers lessons to university students about how to pick the right partner and how to handle conflicts in marriage. After watching the skit, some students and the teacher pointed out that the husband should carry out more household tasks.At a youth conference in July, President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi said divorce and separation meant that millions of Egyptian children were living without one of their parents.
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