El Qalyubiya is a governorate in the north of Egypt and a part of Greater Cairo that comprises of Cairo, Giza and El Qalyubiya. It is a land of a great history that traces back to the ancient Egyptian times since Banha was one of the major cities at that time and was inhabited by Amenhotob Ben Habo, one of the prominent ministers in the Pharos time. El Qaluybiya Governorate covers about 100.09 km² and its capital is Banha, about 60 km from Cairo. It is bordered with El Dakahlia and El Gharbeya from the north, El Sharqeya from the east, El Menufeya from the west and Cairo from the south. The main economic resources for the governorate are agriculture, food industry, and poultry breeding farms. The most important agricultural products in it are wheat, cotton and rice and many other vegetables that are used in food industry. The government provides the inhabitants of the city with all essential services of means of transportation, health care services and education. This is evident in the existence of Banah University that is regarded as one of the major universities in Egypt. The governorate is blessed with the availability of various means of transportation for linking between the governorate and other governorates in Egypt such as Metro, train and bus.