Only a few of them have access to healthcare, which remains scarce in the country. Living in these neighbourhoods is a sentenced to exclusion; only a few manage to get out of it. And for the authority, it is easy to ignore this part of the population, since they have no administrative existence.
In Egypt, in order to get a birth certificate one has to pay, hence the inhabitants having no legal existence since they can not afford such expenses. On the million people living in Haggana, only 1200 have a personal voter’s card, meaning most of the population has no say and is not taken in account by the politicians who only rarely take them in account.