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Sunday, April 18, 2021

Egypt Facebook page raises hopes for missing children | BBC News

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An Egypt Facebook page successfully reunited a child to his family after eight years of searching. Missing Children was launched by Rami el-Gebali in mid-2015 to raise awareness by posting pictures of lost children and their stories. In 2018, Facebook selected the page as one of the top 115 most impactful initiatives on the platform and was granted a $50,000 grant to improve its facial recognition tools. As greatly affirmed by the founder, “Our motto is that no family should suffer the pain of missing a living loved one. We want to spread our model across the world. We proved the concept and we know it works.”

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