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political stability of Egypt depended on Nile control. Therefore one might expect a high degree of awareness in intellectual, academic and political circles with regard to issues of linguistic plurality and diversity. The British had very, very ambitious plans for the Nile. Linguistic imperialism still prevails. The plans that some of these water engineers had - they wanted to tame the Nile. Epidemiology is the main supplier of "bases of action" for preventive medicine and health promotion. We know of course that the Blue Nile provides most of the water of the Nile. The responsibility of universities should be a double one: To engage in theoretical and applied research into the societal and economic ramifications of historically received multilingualism (these are the domains of socio- and applied linguistics). They entered into an agreement with the then emperor of Ethiopia Emperor Menelik II an agreement where, according to the British, the Ethiopians promised not to take any water from the Blue Nile without the prior notification of the British in Cairo.
This, however, is far from the case. The misery begins at school and continues into university education. Acceptance and tolerance of risk and uncertainty, which are inherent elements of human life, is a prerequisite for coping and self-realisation. Other major African languages are being used, mostly in language and literature courses, elsewhere in Africa as well. They said that they thought that the Nile is coming far from the south, crossing three climatic zones, thousands of different ethnic groups of people, very difficult to control from a downstream state like Egypt. In 1902, they had discovered that it was possible to build a huge - perhaps the world's biggest - cotton farm in the Gezira area, an area between the White Nile and the Blue Nile in the Sudan. Talking about the Nile, in the 1890s, there was a growing awareness in Egypt that there was a water crisis coming.