Located south of Minya, Nazlet Roman is a village of about 7,000 people. Of this population, about 50% are Orthodox or Coptic Christians, 30% are Evangelical Christians and the remaining 20% is Muslim. The primary vocation here is farming, however the unemployment rate is over 90%. While farming provides jobs, work is very limited and hard to get. As a result, more than 70% of he people live below the Egyptian poverty level. The average income for a family is about $20USD when work is available.