Cairo medical care provider Eleni Eleni, who came out as transgender in 2012, is one of the many Egyptians who have been working as a medical professional.
Eleni is a member of the Egyptian Medical Association, and her work as a physician has taken her from a position of marginalization and discrimination in Egypt to a position that makes her extremely valuable.
She is currently the first transgender doctor in Egypt.
Eleni, a medical student from the University of Egypt, has been working with the national health care service for almost a year now, but she is still not paid her salary.
She said that she does not want to work in Egypt anymore, because of the discriminatory and dangerous environment of the medical profession.
In Egypt, medical professionals are not allowed to disclose their sexual orientation or gender identity.
In order to get the salary she has been receiving, Eleni is now working for free.
“I started working as medical professional in 2012 because of a need of my country and the society in general.
When I began, I had the opportunity to become a doctor.
But I am now a doctor because I am a woman.
That is why I have decided to work for free.””
The conditions of my profession are the same as mine, because I do not have any money,” Eleni said.
“We are the ones who have to pay the salaries, not the other way around.”
The Egyptian Medical Professional’s Association (AMPA), an umbrella organization that represents over 200 medical professionals, including physicians, dentists, and nurses, has said that the country needs more transgendered medical professionals.
Eleni and other transgenders have been trying to raise awareness about their plight, and their plight is also shared by others, who are seeking to help the transgender community.
For example, a transgender man who is not only transgender, but also an activist, started a website called EleniLivesToWin, to encourage others to support the transgender person in their struggle.
While some of the transgender people have expressed their desire to work, others have been in the midst of work, and they are not sure if they will be able to make it.
“We don’t know if we will be paid for our work or not.
If we are unable to get paid, we don’t have the energy to do anything,” said Eleni.
“If we work, we are not worried about money.
We don’t need any money.
It is better that we are able to get married, get a house, a car, and a job than that we cannot get paid,” Elene added.
The number of transgender people in Egypt has grown rapidly over the last decade, and this year the number of transgends in the country is predicted to reach 50,000.
This is a major growth, as the country has a high unemployment rate, with many people struggling to find work.
Although transgender people are a minority in Egypt, their visibility is not.
Although the country may be a conservative country, it has a liberal and progressive society.
“Transgender is not a taboo in Egypt and people are not afraid of transgender issues,” Elidi said.
I am proud of the fact that I have found the courage to come out as transgender, and it is a big reason for me to continue working as I do.
I am proud to be able do this for my country.
I want to show that transgendering is not shameful.
I will continue to work as long as I am able to.
I hope that in the future, Egypt will become more tolerant and that there will be more trans people in the medical field.