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Kindergarden

Education for handicapped and non-handicapped children

There are two Kindergarden in El Berba. One is in the house of the developement center and its Aza who is responsible for it. The other is in the Sisters house and is for children with special needs. There are four young women you work and play with these children in different groups. On top ... Weiterlesen...

The village El Berba

A religious mixed village in Upper Egypt

El Berba is village at the edge of the western desert about 30km southwest of Minia and northwest of Abu Gurgos / Al Fikria. These towns are at the Nile 300km south of Cairo. The population is still increasing and now maybe at 12.000 persons. Many of the people of Berba live in Cairo and ... Weiterlesen...

Oasis Fayoum

A famous recreation area also at Pharaonic times

Monday morning we left Cairo via Giza through the early morning traffic heading for Fayoum Oasis, which was a new destination for us. We passed by the large Lake Qarun and through small villages to find the famous water wheels in the middle of a tea garden in Medinat Fayoum. Weiterlesen...

Old Cairo

Old Cairo Map

The first Sunday we spent in Cairo with the Sisters of Notre Dame de Sion and visited old Cairo after joining the mass at the Jesuits Church “Santa Familia”. We took the metro to Mar Girgis and first visited the Coptic Museum. After a tea at St. George’s Church we walked through the narrow street ... Weiterlesen...

Travelling Egypt

It seems to be, that Barbara has her own travel agency !:-) At least as we found above advertisement at a gas station in Luxor/Theben West. But anyhow, we think you need a lot of Guardian Angels to survive Egypts roads! Sr. Juliana was a perfect driver getting us always safe througth the traffic jam ... Weiterlesen...

“Soeur Juliana”

A Sister of Notre Dame de Sion in a village in Upper Egypt

“Soeur Juliana” is the name, Sr. Juliana is always called by the children and the people of the village El Berba, where she lives. It’s a pleasure to see how she and her work are appriciated. With all the trouble live brings up in a Muslim – Christian village, she lives there with much confidence ... Weiterlesen...