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United States Department of State / Foreign relations of the United States diplomatic papers, 1937. The British Commonwealth, Europe, Near East and Africa
(1937)

Egypt,   pp. 615-678 PDF (24.1 MB)


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    18. Mansura Girls.
    19. Alexandria Boys.
    20. Minet el Gamh.
    21. Estanha.
    22. Mehella Kubra.
    23. Dessouk.
    24. Somnbat.
    25. Birket es Saba.
    26. Mit Yaish.
    27. Benha Boys.
    28. Mansura Boys.
    29. Karmuz, Alexandria, Girls.
    30. Sheblanga.
    31. Zagazig.
    32. Kafr Sheikh.
    33. Tamia.
Sub-primary
    34. Ashment.
    35. Abshawai.
    36. Simbellawein, Girls.
    37. Zerbe.
    38. Luxor Village, Girls.
    39. Abbassia Orphanage, Cairo, Girls.
Special Schools
    40. Alexandria Commercial.
    41. Experimental Village School, Edmu.
    42. Bible Women's Training School, Tanta.
    43. Schutz School for Missionary Children, Alexandria.
  The following school is maintained by the "Pentacost Faith Mission
in Egypt":
   44. The Pentacostal Church and American School, 192 Sharia el
         Teraa El Bulakia, Shubra, Cairo.
  The following school is maintained by the "Peniel American
Mission":
   45. Primary School for Girls, Rue Kitchener, Port Said, Egypt.
   In addition there are 139 schools maintained by the Evangelical
Synod of the Nile under the supervision of the "American Mission in
Egypt."
                      MEDICAL (Total 4)
   1. "Rockefeller Foundation," Ministry of Public Health, Cairo.
 The following medical institutions are maintained by the "Amer-
ican Mission in Egypt":
   2. Assiut Hospital.
   3. Tanta Hospital.
   4. Husseineya Welfare Center, Cairo.
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