(EGYPT)

A food ordering app is giving women in Egypt the opportunity to enjoy financial freedom.

The Mumm platform takes care of the delivery element, while Egyptian women and refugees based in the country concentrate on making delicious dishes in their own home.

“Mumm’s meals are always cleaner and better than food products you would get in restaurants as they are created with love and care,” Waleed Abd El Rahman, Mumm CEO, told the World Economic Forum (WEF).

WEF recognised Mumm as a game-changing young company that is using digital tech to make a positive impact in the Middle East and North Africa region (MENA) at its recent summit in Jordan

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