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“Live Green” Initiative Taking Place in Maadi

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Countries around the globe have taken initiative by being aware of the Ecosystem we live in and have been trying to look for better ways to reduce harming our environment. Which is why we are proud to tell you that Egypt has been doing their ultimate best to look for better ways to raise awareness and take care of our environment.
With that said, on February 8th 2020, a governmental plan has been issued where people can participate in having green thumbs by planting trees altogether in the

central city of Maadi

This left Egyptian citizens blooming with positivity because a large population of eco friendly citizens are increasing and they are finally happy to participate in such a campaign.

Both children as well as young adults were left to clean the central island “Al-Khamssin” as well as scattered seeds of trees accordingly after coordinating with Al Basatin District’s municipality.

They also engaged in other activities such as painting the tires of old vintage vehicles in hopes of making things look as positive and radiant as possible as well as aiming to protect these new planted trees from future wind and harm.

The initiative is called “Live Green” under the auspices of our President Abd el Fattah el Sisi to help raise awareness for plantation and afforestation.

This campaign aims and focuses on the youth’s role in protecting and participating in good deeds for their environment. This initiative was discussed in 2019 in the World Youth Forum. They also proudly state that the government is targeting a 50% decrease of the Solid Particle Pollution rate hopefully by the end of 2030.

A study that was published by Science the past years showed that the universe is in need of cultivating at least 1 billion hectares of trees to help reduce the impacts of climate change. Countries such as Kenya, India, Ethiopia, USA, and the UK have already commenced taking initiative in afforestation to help face climate change.

What do you think about this new initiative taking place? Do you believe we’ll be capable of cultivating our culture about the dangerous factors of climate change ,let alone prevent it? That’s all up to us to make a change!

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Construction Begins in Sinai of the Largest Desalination Plant in Middle East

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The construction of the largest desalination plant in all of Africa and the Middle East has kicked off in Egypt’s Sinai, North Sinai Governor Mohamed Shousha made the announcement on Tuesday.

The capacity of the first phase is 100,000 cubic meters daily, while the capacity of the second and third phases is 300,000 cubic meters per day.

Governor Shousha also added that a number of infrastructure and renovation projects were meant to kick off as of April 25th. Those projects include building four desalination plants in the governorate’s capital, Arish.

Three of the plants will have a total capacity of 5,000 cubic meters per day, meanwhile the last one will have the capacity of 10,000 cubic meters daily.

That way, these four desalination plants will be contributing to the water supply in Arish by providing 25,000 cubic meters daily to the supply network.

Other projects include the renovating of the seaport and five main squares including Al-Minaa Square, Arish Square, Saa Square, Cairo Square, and Sadat Square.

As President El Sisi said yesterday during his heartfelt speech, it’s important to carry on with national projects that shall serve the Egyptians‘ well-fare.

Having the biggest desalination plant being built here in Egypt, the largest in Africa and Middle East, brings us so much pride and honor.

 

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Al-Mashat Presents New Global Partnerships Narrative To Maintain the SDGs

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Minister of International Cooperation Rania Al-Mashat has presented a New Global Partnerships Narrative that tries to combat the effect of the coronavirus on the current development efforts as not to derail the achieving of the Social Development Goals (SDGs.)

This follows the UN’s concerns that the complete focus going towards combating the virus and overlooking the SDGs may cause negative impact on the goals, after the alleviation of the pandemic.

The presentation of the narrative was held via a video conference meeting headed by minister Mashat, over 100 professionals including heads of country offices, development professionals from bilateral partners and multilateral development organizations joined.

They all took part in order to discuss potential chances for the advancement of future mutual economic cooperation and the consequences of the spread of novel corona virus.

Al-Mashat unveiled the New Global Partnerships Narrative during the meeting, the narrative P&P&P (People&Projects&Purpose), that shall define cooperation between Egypt and the international development community.

The minister also discussed Egypt’s efforts in promoting structural reforms and economic stimulation in addition to financial inclusion which all serve achieving the Social Development Goals.

Al-Mashat further highlighted the ministry’s new vision in reshaping the strategic communication narrative that really defined the development initiatives of Egypt.

The new narrative will highlight three pillars which are People at the Core, projects in action and purpose as the driver, all will focus on the development cooperation to achieve SDGs which is priority on all sectors.

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Paintings Discovered Inside the Coffin of An Egyptian Mummy

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Paintings Discovered Inside the Coffin of An Egyptian Mummy

Ancient paintings have been discovered inside a coffin of a 3,000 year-old Egyptian mummy called Ta-Kr-Hb, the discovery was made by a group of Scottish conservators.

The Scottish conservators made the incredible discovery during the conservation work of Ta-Kr-Hb, pronounced ‘takerheb’, which is believed to be a priestess or princess from Thebes.

The discovery was made after the body was lifted out of the tomb for the first time in over 100 years, excessive work was required to make sue that the mummy’s condition doesn’t deteriorate even more.

Conservators found painted figures of an Egyptian goddess on both the internal and external bases of Ta-Kr-Hb’s coffin.

‘’It was a great surprise to see these paintings appear. We had never had a reason to lift the whole thing so high that we could see the underneath of the trough and had never lifted the mummy out before and didn’t expect to see anything there’’ Dr Mark Hall, collections officer at Perth Museum and Art Gallery said.

“The key thing we wanted to achieve was to stabilize the body so it didn’t deteriorate any more so it has been re-wrapped and then we wanted to stabilize the trough and upper part of the coffin which we’ve done.” He added.

“One of the key things is just physically doing the work so we have a better idea of the episodes Ta-Kr-Hb went through in terms of grave robbers and later collectors in the Victorian times, so we can explore these matters more fully and we can share that with the public,” Hall said.

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