Extreme levels of flood danger were announced in Indonesia and neighboring East Timor. More than 150 deaths have been reported so far. Many people are also missing. Rescue workers are working to rescue them. The torrential rains have caused extensive damage in areas from the Indonesian Flores Islands to East Timor. Many houses have been submerged. Thousands of people have fled their homes and taken refuge in safe places.
The Indonesian Disaster Management Agency said 130 people had died so far. Meanwhile, officials in East Timor said 28 more people had died there. This tiny island is located between Indonesia and Australia. The country’s capital, Delhi, was inundated by the floods. Most of the deaths were in Delhi.
Marwa Elslehder. She is Egypt’s first female captain in a male-dominated sea. Marwar liked the sea from a young age. Loved swimming. After crossing the school boundaries, he wanted to study the sea.
He graduated in 2013 from the Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport. She was the first female graduate of this department.
He also earned a master’s degree in business administration from Cardiff Metropolitan University. However, there was not as much fuss about the postgraduate degree as there was about graduation.
Because, she was the first female student in that department. She had to endure a lot of gossip and satire to be the only woman among the boys. Hate speech was also heard more than once. Despite this, he did not back down. After completing her studies, she became the first female ship captain in the country. Got the family next door of course.
When he applied for undergraduate studies in that department, only boys were admitted to that department. College authorities did not grant his application. He was later admitted to the department with the help of the court.
She was the only woman among the 1,200 students in the class. At one time, it was his responsibility to enter the class. But she is not the bride whose dream is to float in the sea with a ship. Marwa also did not give up.
In 2015, she became the first female ship captain in Egypt. At that time, he took place in the headlines of the media. Wrote a new history in Egypt.
After so many years, his name has recently made headlines once again. Was this female captain responsible for what happened in the Suez Canal? Such news goes viral through social media. As usual, many criticized his role and became vocal again. It was later learned that he had nothing to do with the Suez Canal incident.
He was floating in the sea on another ship not far from the scene when the ship was intercepted in the Suez Canal.