"Waters of Life" UNESCO Conference, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt 2004

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This was our first melodic-mnemonics song composed completely in Arabic ("Maey Oh Maey - The Water Song" had an arabic refrain and some arabic words).  "Nahmy El-Nil" was composed with teachers and students at the Wadi Environmental Science Center, videotaped by the Egyptian kids, edited by Morrocan/Belgian engineer Rachid Esseqat and performed by the kids at the UNESCO conference in Sharm El Sheikh and at the World Water Conference in Mexico.

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