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Our students met on-line with Dr. Renee Hattar, since October 2016 the head of International Studies at the Royal Institute for Interfaith Studies in Jordan, founded in 1994 by HRH Prince el-Hassan bin-Talal of Jordan.  RIIFS describes itself as “a non-profit, non-governmental organization that...
Q: Can you introduce yourself? A: A: I am Abduselam Abdella, one of the founders of the Faysal Community School. We opened in the academic year 2018-2019. Our school has three regular school branches and one technical school. Our main branch is Kafr Thazmos branch. This is where everything started...
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: Can you explain to me about your learning centers? A: Well, I have two branches, one here in Maadi and one in Ain-Shams. I decided to open my own institution in 2017 and I opened first in Ain-Shams. Before this, I used to be a teacher at Modern Education Center for Sudanese in Matariya. After I...
Q: Can you introduce yourself? A: My name is Nichola, I am from South Sudan. I am the principal of El-Matariya Adventist Sudanese School. We are finding many challenges. The main challenge to our school was COVID-19. Our students lost one semester, and then after the summer of 2020, we wanted to do...
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:...
AN refers to Answer James Natalie and AB refers to Answer Boutrous. Father Claude introduced me to them.  Q: The Sakakini school is the first refugee school in Egypt? AN: Yes, it is the first one, officially founded in 1989 together with African Hope and Saint Andrews Refugee Services (StARS). The...
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: Is the learning center for Eritrean refugees part of the church? A: Yes, the Eritrean learning center is part of the church. This is the only Eritrean school we support. The Comboni missionaries also support a Sudanese refugee school in Abassiya. Both schools are part of the Catholic Church. The...
Q: Can you explain a little bit about yourself and your role in StARS? A: In the summer of 2021 I worked with StARS giving support to the development of the curriculum. I came back for two more months, and now I am giving voluntary support with registration and legal issues. I designed the...

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