There’s a Cairo beyond the Giza Plateau. On the opposite bank of the Nile River, a sprawling city of millions bustles and booms every day, without much thought to the wonders on their backdoor. Cairo, in its own right, is a global mega-city with few peers. But great cities require maintenance. They produce waste. And for 60,000 residents of Manshiyat Naser, a city within the city, that means sorting the trash of millions by hand.
Join Discover Humanity as they join the Get Lost Podcast for a look inside Cairo’s “Garbage City.”
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