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VIDEO: Nile River Project: A Slovenian expat teaches poorer Egyptian children in Giza using the arts
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Ahram Online talks to Didi, the founder of the school, on why she started the effort in the small village and how the children receive her methods.

Didi Anandarama, a Slovenian expat, started the Nile River project in a the Bahawra village near El-Ayat, Giza in Upper Egypt in 2011 to educate dozens of poor children using the arts.

Video by Rawan Ezzat
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