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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: 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: 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 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...
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 introduce yourself? A: I am Amira Salima, Educational Officer at Catholic Relief Services. Basically, I work with higher-age refugees and students who want to study in Egyptian universities.  Q: In which ways does CRS support refugee students? A: CRS supports students from KG to...
Q: Do you know any case of a Sudanese refugee student going to a private primary or public secondary school in Egypt? A: Yes, I know many of them. They are mostly South Sudanese. When they arrive here many apply to attend private Egyptian schools. I have a little girl in my house going to a private...
Q: Can you please explain to me a little bit your mission as coordinator for the youth project in PSTIC?  A: We are working with youth, especially in senior years 1, 2, and 3. We are currently working with 13 community schools. This is the contract that we currently have. We organize different...
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...

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