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I am Yassir, I am Eritrean and an engineer by profession, and I am the primary director of the Al-Tani branch.  I also designed the website for the school, and I am in charge of another branch that we have, the Faysal Sudanese Technical school in Cairo which was opened in the year 2021-2022. The...
Q: Why did you open this center? A: We decided to open this center in 2011 because we realized that children from the refugee community were especially vulnerable to not receiving an education. First of all, because most of their parents did not receive an education. Secondly, most of the refugee...
Q: Can you give me some information about the origins of this school? A: The school was founded in September 2016 and the founder is Mrs. Cecilia and her husband. The school used to be in  South Sudan, and due to the war in 2016, they were forced to move to Cairo. So in December 2016, they came...
Alfred Nadu: We actually wanted to locate the school in Maadi but the location was not really good. Here it is close to Ain Shams metro station so they are safe from Sudanese gangs, and here there is also a very big South-Sudanese refugee community, so we have community members around here. Q:...
Q: When did you open this learning center? A: Three years ago Q: How many students do you have? A: 250 Q: And do you do shifts? A: Yes, we have two shifts. The morning shift is for KG and primary school from 8:00 to 12:30, and secondary school is in the afternoon from 13:30 to 18:00 for seniors 1,...
Q: Can you give me a brief description of your learning center? A: This is Nile Modern School Academy, a refugee school. Here we have refugee students from South Sudan, Sudan, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia, Zimbabwe, and many other countries. This is a community school, we help refugees who have fled...
Q: What is the school fee you charge? A: We charge 2,600 Egp per year, but that does not cover the expenses. The total costs are around 7,500 EgP per student per month.  Q: Is the demand higher than the places offered? A: Of course, the school is full, and we already do shifts. Since COVID-19 we...
Q: Can you introduce yourself? A: My name is Envy Baptist. I am a teacher and I am here now working in the embassy at the Cultural Department. We coordinate mostly the cases of all our students, making sure that they are admitted to Egyptian public universities. We have around 8.500 South-Sudanese...
Q: Can you explain a little bit about yourself? A-Josephine: We are both in the first year at Cairo University, we went both to the Innovation Academy, a learning center where we did the Sudanese curriculum in English. Cairo University was our first option. Our second option was Alexandria...
Session 1: 14/02/2021  I came from Sudan to Egypt through the desert, and it was so dramatic. We passed the mountains, and it was so hard. It is not safe at all. My mum at that time was pregnant, but I did not know she was pregnant. I was 17 at that time. But you know, we left Sudan because life...

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