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19 December 2018
After a successful first Arab Land Conference, the Call to host the Second Arab Land Conference is now open! The first Arab Land Conference Hosted by the Emirate of Dubai, UAE, the First Arab Land Conference took place on the 26-28 February 2018 and was co-organised by the Dubai Land Department,…
21 July 2017
Date: 16 juillet 2017 Source: Ouest France Des affrontements entre des habitants d'une île du Nil au Caire et la police qui tentait de les expulser pour occupation illégale ont fait un mort et 56 blessés dimanche, a annoncé le ministère égyptien de l'Intérieur. Le président égyptien Abdel…
21 February 2017
Date: 21 février 2017 Source: African Manager Les travaux du 5ème congrès des responsables de la recherche scientifique et de la vulgarisation agricole ont démarré, lundi, à Gammarth (banlieue nord de Tunis) à l’initiative du Centre arabe pour l’étude des zones arides et des terres sèches dans les…
A new brief from IDRC: Solutions to the problem [of providing clean water for everyone] have long focused on increasing water supplies through technological means — dams, diversion of water streams, and desalination, among them. But they aren’t enough: meeting the world’s water needs also…
If you wander up and down one of the many irrigation canals in Egypt’s Nile Delta, you’ll see a wide range of crops being grown. Fields of swelling water melons sit alongside leafy greens. Twirling grape vines back on to rows of cucumbers. But why have the farmers chosen to grow one crop rather…
CAIRO — Amid Egypt’s water scarcity, which threatens to worsen the country’s food shortage, Cairo is working to form agricultural alliances outside its borders. The efforts — which have been in place as limited experiments since the 1980s under Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak — include sending…
by Walaa Hussein CAIRO — Amid Egypt’s water scarcity, which threatens to worsen the country’s food shortage, Cairo is working to form agricultural alliances outside its borders. The efforts — which have been in place as limited experiments since the 1980s under Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak —…
Source: New Jersey Herald ​Author: Haggag Salama LUXOR, Egypt (AP) — Hundreds of Egypt's ethnic minority Nubians have blocked a main road in the country's south to protest the government's plan to sell land they claim to be their ancestral territory. Monday's protest, on the road between the city…