I would try to get in touch with the consulate to explain that the refusal notice
- does not in fact give the reason for the refusal,
- does not identify the entry clearance officer, and
- appears to be an "unfilled template," as you note.
Presumably, after you explain this, they will make arrangements to give you a proper refusal notice.
The British embassy in Cairo has a consular section, and there is a consulate general in Alexandria. Contact information for both may be found at https://www.gov.uk/government/world/egypt.
To elaborate on the insufficiencies of your refusal notice, you can refer to the Immigration (Notices) Regulation 2003. This has been amended a few times, but I did not find a consolidated version. In particular, the notice fails to meet these requirements, at least:
5(1)(a) [A notice given under regulation 4(1) is to include or be accompanied by a statement of the reasons for the decision to which it relates.]
5(3) [the notice ... shall also include, or be accompanied by, a statement which advises the person of (a) his right of appeal and the statutory provision on which his right of appeal is based; (b) whether or not such an appeal may be brought while in the United Kingdom; (c) the grounds on which such an appeal may be brought; and (d) the facilities available for advice and assistance in connection with such an appeal.]