Day 2

The pace of life here is so much slower than Minia, which seems largely due to the fact that the university are organising us.
Training was in the morning. The self esteem session seemed to work better with more space and more time. The advocacy activity definitely benefitted from forward planning and the experience of testing it last week. It felt like we communicated the concepts more effectively with the help of visual aids and by being broken up with more discussion. It may also be that because the girls are all students and less excitable they paid more attention.
In the evening we took a boat trip on the Nile and stopped at a little cafe beside the water in the village of Teramsa for a drink before heading to the scout headquarters. We’d asked to meet more people involved in scouting and guiding outside the university, while we there Mr¬†Usama attended some sort of district meeting.

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