We have done our assessments and researches the causes for the problems properly and the solution to the problem. All the studies and assessments pointed toward two things:

Firstly, when people dared to cross the River Nile, they risked their possessions or risked their lives or both and many of them were known to have drowned amid crossing the mystery-infested River Nile with all kinds of water predictors.

Secondly, the stricken poverty is the root causes of most problems if not all causes of the conditions which are resulted in impending chaos, radicalization, uncontrolled violence, and instability, which we can understand through the countless examples around the globe, which we do not need to mention all those places here, but any place where people revolt started in sprouts, emanating from citizens facing a high scarcity of jobs and a fragmented economy. These political tensions and living in sustained inequality also have far-reaching consequences when we talk in terms of the mental and physical health of the deprived- as it leads to their anxieties, diminished cognitive enrichment, nutritional deprivation, and chronic stress. This makes them vulnerable, volatile, and socially insecure, undermining the maintenance of order in society. This thought process viciously feeds upon itself, for the poor internalize their failings and accept these glaring, socio-economic, and psychological inadequacies as a part of their lives- solidifying their overall inertia for change/ and social mobility.

Thirdly, we are introduced to various ideas from the engineer’s viewpoints on the Ancient way of structural and modern construction of bridges. We compared different designs of the bridges, both ancient and modern, and the cost to build a bridge.

Investigation Questions!

Investigation Questions!

    • How did the people cross the River Nile back and forth over the years?

    • How did they lose their possessions amid crossing the river Nile or drown?

    • What is the biggest threat to them when they cross the river, Nile?

    • Is there any safe alternative to cross the River Nile?

    • Will bridges improved their security, trade, economy and mitigate all other crises?

    • What prototypes of bridge techniques can be used if we raised enough money today to build it?

    • What are some major constraints for this project? What is the history of the people?

    • How many people will benefit from the bridge?