The children’s orphanages in Egypt and Sudan are both being moved to safer locations.
The Egyptian government announced on Monday it had evacuated the children’s boarding school at Holy Faith Missionary School in the Egyptian city of Suez after the building was struck by a car.
It said it would relocate the school to an undisclosed location within the country, but that its children would remain at the school, which had been home to more than 100 children since the 1970s.
The Sudanese government said it had also evacuated the orphanage it operates in Suez City and was evacuating children in the city’s main square.
The government said a bomb exploded on Monday in the Suez district, killing seven people, including two children.
A bomb attack on a children’s school in Sodeida on Monday killed seven people including four children.
More than 50 people were injured in the attack.
More:The children’s schools in Sudan, Egypt and Egypt’s Central African Republic are now at risk of attacks.