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Agriculture Research Center
Address9 Gamaa Street,Giza 12619, Egypt 
Fax+202 35722609   
Tel+202 357209444         
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GoalsSustainable development of research and extension capabilities. Upgrading technology transfer channels. Utilizing, to the maximum level possible, the findings of science and technology developed abroad.
AchievementAnnual growth rate of agricultural production. Agricultural exports have increased substantially. The annual growth rate of agricultural production has increased. Implementation of national mega projects. Securing Food requirement at both national and household levels. Development of human capital in the Egyptian agriculture through continual training and creating new jobs in the agricultural and rural sectors. Supplying the strategic textile and food industries with raw materials. Focusing on integrated rural development with a view to improve the livelihood of peasants and increase their ability to participate in development.
DescriptionEgypt is an intensive user of modern technologies to improve agricultural productivity in view of the natural resource base scarcity and population pressure. With this in mind, the very creation of the Ministry of Agriculture in the beginning of the 20th century was preceded by the establishment of technical divisions and the development of research capabilities. These endeavors culminated into the creation of the Agricultural Research Center (ARC) in the early 1970s. Over the past two decades, numerous achievements have been realized, including the development of new varieties, improved agronomic practices, livestock development, maintenance of the national herds and better food processing techniques.
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International Center for Biosaline Agriculture
AddressP.O. Box 14660 Dubai United Arab Emirates. 
Fax +971 43361155   
Tel +971 43361100         
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GoalsTo be the global Center of Excellence for innovative agriculture in saline and marginal environments.
AchievementHelp water-scarce countries improve the productivity. Focus on research for development, building understanding with stakeholders and government on their issues and needs. Demonstrate leadership in developing leading-edge science, innovations, and policy solutions in agriculture and water management in saline and marginal environments. Develop scientific innovations to combat salinity and other constraints in marginal environments. Build strong and effective partnerships and will collaborate with organizations across the globe to develop solutions for saline and marginal environments. Become a knowledge hub for problems and solutions relating to saline and marginal environments
DescriptionA not-for-profit, international center of excellence for research and development in marginal environments.
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The Centre for Environment and Development for the Arab Region and Europe
Address2 El Hegaz Str., Cedare Bldg. P.O. Box 1057, Cairo 11737, Egypt. 
Fax+202 2451-3918   
Tel+202 24513921    24513922    24513923    24513924
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GoalsThe phrase “Environment for Development” aptly summarizes our new vision. It is a vision that truly blends the global changes occurring in the development arena, together with the internationally recognized priorities for action identified through the MDG’s, as well as other emerging issues such as trade and environment, bio-safety, intellectual property rights, peace and the environment, and eco-safety.
AchievementContributes to eliminating many obstacles related to development. Exert every effort to spread, enhance, and promote the modern concept of ‘Environment for Development’. A positive impact on the health and quality of life of man, which in itself is the ultimate goal of development.
DescriptionThe Center for Environment and Development for the Arab Region and Europe (CEDARE) was established in 1992 as an international inter-governmental Organization with diplomatic status. This was in response to the convention adopted by the Council of Arab Ministers Responsible For the Environment (CAMRE) , in 1991 and upon the initiative of the Arab Republic of Egypt, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Arab fund for Economic and Social Development (AFESD).
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Egyptian Center of Organic Agriculture
Address29, Yathreb Street,Dokki 12311 Cairo, Egypt. 
Fax+202 3335-3173   
Tel+202 3336-5261         
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GoalsECOA acts as a certification body, aiming to support the development of organic agriculture and good agricultural practice in Egypt.
AchievementECOA currently inspects and certifies production and handling operations inside Egypt. However, having the largest market share in organic certification in Egypt, ECOA is considering future expansion of its activities to cover operations in Africa and the Middle East regions.
DescriptionECOA is a control body for inspection and certification of agricultural production and handling of agricultural products as well as wild crops. Established in 1998, it is classified, according to the Egyptian Law 95/1992 as a private, limited-liability, profit organization. ECOA is an independent legal entity; not affiliated to or part of any other organization. It is currently one organizational unit with no chapters or subsidiary offices.
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National Water Research Center
AddressFum Ismailia canal P.O. Box 74, Shoubra El-Kheima 13411 
Fax+202 44446761    44447846
Tel+202 44447353    44446180      
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GoalsArab Water council’s vision for Integrated Water Resources Management in the Arab Region is to maximize the economic, social and environmental benefits from water use in the Arab countries. The ultimate objective of NWRC is to optimize water use, minimize different water losses and maximize water availability.
AchievementStudy, outline and propose long-term policies for managing water resources in Egypt. Solve the technical and applied problems associated with general policies for irrigation, drainage and water resources. Carry out investigations and research work connected with the extension of agricultural lands. Find the means for utilizing the water resources of the country in the most efficient and cost-effective way. Propose measures for environmentally sound development of the irrigation and drainage systems.
DescriptionThe National Water Research Center (NWRC) is a pioneer institution for various water research activities in Egypt. It was established in 1975 as a research entity within the Ministry of Water Res ources and Irrigation (MWRI). Under the umbrella of NWRC, twelve research institutes exert concerted efforts to implement a comprehensive research plan serving on-going projects and national development plans in general.
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Institutes (Research/Extension) [17]

Agricultural Extension and Rural Development Research Institute
Address8 Gamaa st., Giza 
Fax+202 35716303   
Tel+202 35716301    35716302      
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GoalsFollowing-up administrative, marketing and production constraints facing farmers. Developing marketing extension activities. Evaluation of the extension educational effects of various agricultural national campaigns. Determining mechanisms to activate the role of NGOs for implementing extension activities. Selecting local leaders to activate Farmer-To-Farmer extension approach. Development of rural women and improving their communication efficiency. Studying the possibilities of privatizing extension work. Evaluation the utilization of agricultural expert system to facilitate the availability of scientific solutions for farmers' problems.
AchievementAERDRI conducted and published 297 extension research studies covering such areas as field crops, horticultural crops, plant protection, biological fertilizers, animal, poultry and aquaculture production, agricultural mechanization, soil conservation, water management, agricultural marketing, agricultural development in the new lands, environmental protection, and extension program planning. The published studies also covered developing extension staff capabilities, evaluation of the effectiveness of extension programs, extension teaching methods and audio-visual aids, extension approaches and techniques, rural women development and rural community development.
DescriptionAERDRI was established since 1977. The Agricultural Extension and Rural Development Research Institute conducts applied research in the fields of agricultural extension, rural community development, and rural home economics. The overall objective is to communicate the results of such studies to policy-makers and to assist them in providing better extension service that contributes to Egypt’s sustainable agricultural development.
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Animal Reproduction Research Institute
Address5 hadaek el ahram - giza 
Fax+202 33770822   
Tel+202 33764325    33771698      
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GoalsThe general goal of ARRI is to raise the reproductive efficiency of farm animals through organized scientific laboratory and field studies. Special consideration is directed towards investigating fertility problems, combating reproductive diseases, applying artificial insemination, conducting research on the freezability of semen, enhancing different aspects of the embryo transfer technique, investigating biology of reproduction issues, and developing programs for rearing calves and care of the udder.
Achievement Main achievements of the institute in the area of research have influenced and significantly improved the reproductively of cattle, buffalo and sheep through: • Improving reproductive potentials of farm animals. • Diagnosis and control of neonatal diseases and mastitis. • Prevention and treatment of reproductive diseases. • Expanding of A.I and embryo transfer technique applications. *Application of frozen semen technology in farms *Reduction of inter calving intervals *Detection of veterinary drug Residue in Animal tissue, secretion and products *Improving Milk quality & quantity *Early Pregnancy diagnosis by using Ultrasonography to avoid semen born diseases *Examination of imported frozen semen for examination of females *Vet. Companigns allover the country *Training of veterinarian to update and upgrade their skills.
DescriptionThe Animal Reproduction Research Institute may be considered to date back to 1968 when the first center for bull investigation in Egypt was established. Its main responsibilities were the examination of bulls used for artificial insemination of bulls used for artificial insemination or natural bereeding purposes, in addition to examining samples received from districts throughout Egypt for diagnostic purposes. long before that time, however, different aspects of animal reproduction were practiced in an informal, and later, formal manner. for example, artificial insemination has been apllied in a primitive fashion for hundreds of years. Fresh semen,collected from newly impregnated femal animals, was injected into other femal animals.
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Plant Protection Research Institute
Address7, Nady El-Sayied Street, Dokki - Giza 
Fax+202 33372193   
Tel+202 37486163    33372193      
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GoalsSetting up the national strategies for integrated pest management in Egypt. Identification, classification and survey of various crop pests of economic importance. Identification of the critical threshold of major agricultural insects and pests. Developing various methods and techniques applied in beneficial insects’ breeding. Setting-up strategies for pest management research and applied programs for major economic crops. Evaluating the role of natural enemies in reducing the number of agricultural pests while using the bio-control methods. Support research in organic agriculture.
AchievementEstablishment of applied pest management programs for major economic pests. Development of new Biological control products. Successful production and release of Trichogramma insect parasite in sugar cane fields. Participating in the national pest control campaigns. Identification and classification of all insect pest species as well other related species. Preparation and publishing of the "Technical Recommendations for the Control of Agricultural Pests". Distribution of paper and water traps for cotton leafworm & pink and spiny bollworms control in cotton fields. Control of cotton leafworm on clover (berseem) by means of biological control agents (bacteria). Putting into practice the application of lure (attract & kill) technique in controlling the pink bollworm in cotton fields. Assessment of rice varieties resistance to pest infestation. Putting the IPM strategies against citrus pests into practice. Exert intensive efforts to find out efficient substitutes for the control of citrus leaf miners. Establishment of an Insect Collection Unit that holds samples of foreign species to help in identifying exotic pests.
DescriptionThis institute has been established to set up strategies for plant protection.
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Agricultural Economics Research Institute
Address7 Nadi Elseid st., Agencies and Companies Building, Dokki, Giza. 
Fax+202 37607651   
Tel+202 33354549    33372318      
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GoalsTo provide decision-takers, policy-makers, and planners with appropriate recommendations based on accurate and precise data and information regarding the economic variables influencing the agricultural sector to help them take appropriate decisions. To find proper solutions for the prevailing agricultural economic problems through conducting research studies that focus on achieving optimum use of agricultural resources and obtaining maximum production per available unit of land and water while sustaining and developing the environment in the same time. To improve and develop the statistical methods applied in agriculture in order to establish a sound database that can be used for setting successful agricultural policies. To participate in the process of technology transfer through evaluating the newly introduced agricultural technologies.
AchievementAERI completed several studies and researches in various agricultural economics areas. 1. Economics of Plant Production. The Role of Modern Agricultural Technologies in Producing some agricultural Crop 2. Agricultural Credit and Cooperation. The Role of Local Development Fund in Financing Small Investors. 3. Economic Analysis of Agricultural Commodities. Current Situation and Outlook of Agricultural Crops; Foreign Trade in some Agricultural Commodities; Consumption and Support of some Agricultural Commodities. 4. Agricultural Marketing. The Future of Egyptian Agricultural Exports and Development Potentials in light of Concurrent Economic Changes. 5. Land and Water. Cropping Patterns in Old and New Lands. 6. Rural Community Development The Role of Rural Women in Agricultural Development; Economic Impacts of Human Development Efforts in Rural Areas. 7. Estimation of Agricultural Production by Sampling. Applying Sampling Methods in Estimating Animal and Poultry Production Statistics.
DescriptionThe Agricultural Economics Research Institute (AERI) started under the umbrella of the Agricultural Research Centre (ARC) that was established back in 1971. Since then, the institute is being developed to keep up with both domestic and international changes. AERI measures the impact of changing economic variables on Egypt's agricultural sector, cooperates with other institutes to assess and improve the technologies and services available for Egyptian agriculture through research and extension activities, and contributes to addressing the important issues facing the agricultural sector to reach appropriate suggestions and recommendations of benefit to this key economic sector
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Cotton Research Institute
Address9 El-Gamaa St. Giza, Egypt. 
Fax+202 35725035    3723442
Tel+202 35725035    35723442    35726998   
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GoalsContinue to develop new cotton varieties for better yield quality and spinnability so as to meet the domestic and international textile industry standards and replace the grown varieties . Develop early maturing, pest-resistant and stress - tolerant varieties , especially for high heat (southern valley) and salinity ( North Delta). Maintain genetic purity, yield potentials and fiber qualities through annual renovation of the existing varieties and their multiplication for the production of foundation seeds . Specify the most suitable agro – climati zons for each variety ,with a view to draw the best varietal map. Identify the most adequate agronomic package for each variety and zone to maximize yield potentials under the diverse environmental conditions . Improve quality assessment techniques to enhance the efficiency of the cotton breeding and technology programs. Develop cotton sorting and grading techniques to better serve the domestic and export market operations.
AchievementIntroducing several extra - long staple (ELS) and long staple (LS) cotton varieties . The continuous renewal of the strains of the commercial Egyptian cotton varieties has had a tangible contribution to the maintenance of the genetic purity of those varieties. Optimization of cultural practices applied to the Egyptian cotton varieties and new promising hybrids, which resulted in an obvious reduction in plant density and nitrogen fertilizer rate. Updating and upgrading of research facilities at the Laboratories of the cotton technology research sections. Introduction of the open-end spinning system together with the conventional ring spinning system. A new research section was founded in 2000 at the Cotton Research Institute to conduct research studies on cotton fiber chemistry.
DescriptionC.R.I. is one of the oldest cotton research institutions in Egypt and worldwide, this institute is established to investigate ways and means of improving yield, enhance resistance to pests and diseases, design and implement soil research and plant physiology ( fertilization and nutrition ). CRI consists of 10 research sections under two main headings : - 1- Cotton Production Research , comprising cotton breeding , varietal conservation, regional evaluation, agronomy and physiology . 2- Cotton Technology Research , comprising cotton yarn ,fiber , chemistry, grading and ginning sections . CRI also has a general department for foundation seeds Ginning .
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Prince Sultan International Prize for Water
AddressPrince Sultan Research Center for Environment, Water and Desert, King Saud University, Riyadh, Kingd 
Fax+966 14675574   
Tel+966 14675571         
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GoalsPrince Sultan International Prize for Water encourages research to find solutions to the various water-related challenges facing the world today.
AchievementThe Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz International Prize for Water rewards the efforts made by scientists, inventors and research organizations around the world which contribute to the sustainable availability of potable water and the alleviation of the escalating global problem of water scarcity.
DescriptionThe Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz International Prize for Water is a scientific prize with a focus on innovation. Established in 2002 by HRH Crown Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz and has its headquarter at King Saud University.
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Agricultural Engineering Research Institute
AddressNadi El -Said St. Dokki - Giza, P.O. Box 256 
Fax+202 33356867   
Tel+202 37487212    33375853      
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GoalsThe main goal of AENRI is to assist in increasing agricultural production by inrtroducing appropriate mechanization technologies to end users with special focus on small and medium size farms.
AchievementDesign and development of machinery that serve different farming operations. Mechanization of field and horticulture crops. On-Farm irrigation. Animal production mechanization. Processing and handling of farm products. Specifying energy needs for the different mechanized farming operations. Mechanization of some field crops, covering bottlenecks and limitations of spreading mechanization techniques among farmers. Technology transfer.
Description The Agricultural Engineering Research Institute (AENRI) was established in 1983 by the Ministry of Agriculture, AENEI has been organized into several research and technology departments and also has centers for tractor and machinery testing serveces, rice mechanization and agricultural mechanization training.
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Field Crops Research Institute
Address9 El-Gamaa St. Giza, Egypt. 
Fax+202 35738425   
Tel+202 35738425    35726127      
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GoalsIncrease productivity of major field crops through breeding for high-yielding varieties, produce basic seed of improved varieties, research major constraints of field production, provide suitable recommendations for agronomic practices, and undertake extension activities throughout the country .
AchievementRemarkable productivity gains in most field-crops . Updating different cultural practices for each crop to increase productivity in the old and new reclaimed lands. Release new high-yielding varieties and hybrids of grain, legumes, oil and forage crops adapted to the old and new lands. Strengthening breeding programs of different crops. Breaking yield-barriers through implementing training and extension programs. Implementing some applied research results in collaboration with other research institutes to benefit from crop residues and increase farmers’ income.
DescriptionAt the beginning of the twentieth century, an exponential increase in population and escalating demand for food captured the attention of policy makers, Efforts were undertaken to develop crop production and cropping systems. Activities in field crops were initially included in the plant Breeding Section (1903-1910), the Agriculture Department (1910-1958), the Crop Research Department (1958-1972) and later in the Field Crops Research institute (1973 until the present).
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Soil, Water and Environment Research Institute
Address9 El - Gammah St. El - Giza 
Fax+202 35720608   
Tel+202 35720608         
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GoalsConducting applied research and extension service to serve the following topics: -Survey of land resources -Maximize the output of soil, water and fertilizer unit.h -Balanced fertilization for plants. -Management of soils and water. -Recycling of agricultural residues. -Bio-fertilizers and Biological agents. -Improvement of soil productivity. -Monitoring of soil and water pollutants. Quality control of local and imported fertilizers and the inspection of the market. Providing the services to farmers, organizations and the private sectors throughout the special unit of (soil, water and environment unit). On farm irrigation development in the old land sharing with agricultural extension sector and ministry of irrigation and water resources.
Achievement-Producing soil classification maps including soil productivity. -Using remote sensing techniques in estimating urbanization and sand encroachment on cultivated soils, sea shore erosion and yearly census of cultivated crops. -Irrigation water management through laser leveling, long furrows and gated pipes. -Evaluation of the re-use of marginal water in agriculture. -Environmental impact assessment of some agricultural projects. -Evaluation of the use of slow release fertilizers as well as rock phosphate in agriculture. -Recycling of agricultural residues to produce organic fertilizers. -Producing bio-fertilizers for crops, bio-pesticides to control nematodes (nemaless) as well as bio –soil conditioners for the newly reclaimed soils.
DescriptionThe Department of Soil Chemistry, affiliated with the Ministry of Public Works, was conceived in 1903. Research work and routine analysis were initiated on water conditions and their effect on cotton productivity, and organic and inorganic fertilization of Nile Valley soil. A special laboratory was established in 1911 to provide farmers and government institutions with services related to analysis of water, soils, fertilizers, plants, food and feed. In 1913, the Department of Agriculture was established, with soil chemistry as one of its major branches. Since then, the departments has received international recognition for research and contributions to agricultural farm production. Along with five other major agricultural centers in the world, the department was famous for its long-term fertilizer trials. The new Department of Crop Physiology and plant Nutrition was established in 1957, with two major branches of plant nutrition and water requirements. In 1960, the General Administration of Soil was founded, including four divisions for soil survey and improvement, soil research, agricultural microbiology and soil analysis. In 1971, the Soil and Water research Institute (SWRI) was organized as an independent institute of the Agricultural Research Center (ARC) in the Ministry or Agriculture, Animal wealth, Fisheries and Land reclamation. It has grown from a technical staff of 5 in 1920 to 419 today.
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Agricultural Genetic Engineering Research Institute
Address 9 El-Gamaa St. Giza, Egypt. 
Fax+202 35731574   
Tel+202 35734424    35680970      
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GoalsDevelopment of the agricultural research programs . Facilitating molecular biology laboratories with the latest laboratory equipment for gene manipulation and genomic analysis. Promoting scientists in different disciplines. Enhancement of the most important economic crops products using gene transfer technology. Facilitating training courses to the Egyptian and foreigners in the field of agricultural biotechnology.
AchievementThe isolation and cloning of Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) endotoxin genes . Transgenic potato lines expressing Bt toxin genes have been developed and evaluated for potato tuber moth (PTM) resistance. Within the Bt research domain, a biocontrol agent AGERIN was formulated and commercialized through a private company. Plant viruses infect economic horticultural crops in Egypt causing devastating losses. Molecular Markers, restriction fragment length polymorphisms (RFLPs), random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPDs), amplified fragment length polymorphisms (AFLPs), and microsatellites or simple sequence repeats (SSRs) have been used to study genetic variability and to fingerprint economically important crops.
DescriptionThe Institute of Agricultural Genetic Engineering Research latest specialized institutes Agricultural Research Center, which began in 1990 as a project funded by the UNDP United Nations UNDP in collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture, has been converted into this project in 1992 to a national institute specializing in the field of agricultural genetic engineering as institutes Research Center Agricultural contributes to the transfer of technology of genetic engineering of plants advanced industrial countries to our labs Egyptian, and in adapting these new technologies to suit the needs in the field of agricultural development in Egypt, which in this context interested in research and training and raising the efficiency of agricultural produce.
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Food Technology Research Institute
Address 9 EL_Gamma St,.Giza _Egypt 
Fax+202 5684669   
Tel+202 35718324    35735090    35718326    35718328
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GoalsConducting the applied researches in food processing and preserving field to improve the quality of food products to reach the international standards and produce safety high nutritional value food with affordable price. Participate in solving some of the national problems to reduce imports. Utilization of plants (agricultural) wastes and food processing factories wastes to reduce the pollution and to increase the economical returns through value added food. Reduce the lose during food processing. Conduct food processing visibility studies. Training young graduated to make their job opportunities through small scale food processing projects.
AchievementParticipate in solving a part of bread problem. Introduce the soy products to the Egyptian and Middle East market for the first time. Upgrading the olive oil production and improving their quality characteristics and established the modern olive mills. Participate in the school children nutrition project within the collaboration between ministry of agriculture and ministry of education. Study the food consumption pattern in most Egyptian governorate. Enhancement and modernization of dairy products. Conduct several scientific research on processing technique, storage and increase the shelf life of meat and fish. Increase attention with packaging and produce a ballistic pages to increase the shelf life of fruits and vegetables for exportation.
DescriptionFTRI constitute of 8 different research departments working in various food processing sectors:- - Bread and dough research department. - Special food and nutrition department. - Field crops research department. - Horticultural research department. - Oils and Fats research department . - Meat and fish research department . - Dairy technology research department. - Food processing and packaging research department. FTRI also have 2 research units - Food processing economics unit. - Training and development unit. Also, - The Information net - Library - Egyptian Food Safety Information Center FTRI have the central administration of food processing and it constitute of several pilot plants.
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Sugar Crops Research Institute
Address9 Cairo University Street,Giza. 
Fax+202 35697052   
Tel+202 35735699         
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GoalsThe SCRI includes six Research Departments, namely; Breeding and Genetics- Agronomy- Varietal Maintenance- Physiology & Chemistry, Plant Protection (Diseases & Pests) and Technology. The main goal is to increase yield and quality of sugar crops within four programs, namely:- a) Sugar Cane Research Program. b) Sugar Beet Research Program. c) Sweet Sorghum Research Program. d) Natural Sweeteners Research Program.
AchievementApplication of technical recommendation package of agricultural practices, integrated pest & disease management. Planting the high yielding varieties. Application of laser land leveling technique that reduced sugar cane water requirement by 25 to 40%. Introducing sugar beet crop to the Egyptian agriculture rotation in kafr El sheikh in 1982 as a new sugar crop, with less water requirements, and tolerance to soil salinity. Introducing sugar beet in Dakahlia, El- Fayoum and El Mina and carrying out the feasibility study to grow sugar beet in Noubaria. Sugar Crops Research Institute acts as a consultant agency in the field of sugar crops and natural sweeteners production and manufacturing. Successful introduction of sweet corn and its utilization in the production of golden syrup and printing papers. The research work is currently carried out to introduce natural sweetener crops on a commercial basis. SCRI published more than 15 extension bulletins on production of sugar crops.
DescriptionThe Sugar Crops Research Institute began in 1913 as the sugar cane section in the Department of Agriculture. In 1971, it became the sugar crops division within the field crops research Institute, and then in 1983, the sugar crops research institute joined with the other research institutes in the agricultural Research center (ARC), the institute conducts research in various aspects of sugar crops and is actively involved in transferring knowledge to farmers and investors, for the benefit of all Egyptians. SCRI, in cooperation with national and international organizations, is striving to close the gap between sugar productions and consumption in Egypt.
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Animal Health Research Institute
Address Nadi El-Said Street - Dokki - Giza 
Fax+202 33350030   
Tel +202 33374856    37489022      
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GoalsProtection of animal, poultry and fish against serious endemic and exotic diseases introduced recently via importation of living animals, food of animal origin or animal by-products, through rapid accurate diagnosis. Monitoring and diagnosis of causative agents of zoonotic diseases transmitted to human via food of animal origin.
AchievementCarrying out international agreements as well as technical, scientific and training cooperation, between ARE and other countries. Monitoring the level of antibodies in cattle in several governorates to ensure proper vaccination programme. Examination of imported animals and chicks to ensure that they are free from exotic diseases. Periodical inspection of all poultry farms and hatcheries to control poultry diseases for stabilizing the poultry industry in Egypt. Diagnosis, research & agricultural expanding media in detection of fish pathogens, fish meal and water analysis. Inspection of imported feeds to ensure that they are free from pathogens and toxins to be suitable for animal consumption.
Description The institute was established in 1904 under the name of pathology lab. Inside the building of college of Vet. Medicine .Cairo university then it becomes the General Department of labs and veterinary researches in its building at Nadi El-said street Dokki Giza then in 1983 by the republic decision No. 19 the Agriculture Research centre was established containing The Animal Health research Institute
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Horticulture Research Institute
Address 9 Cairo university st. - orman - Giza 
Fax +202 5721628    5721628
Tel+202 35720617    7745649    7745648   
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GoalsThe main goal of HRI is to enhance the productivity of horticultural crops in quantity and quality to meet local and export demands with special attention to horticulture crops that are best suited to Egyptian climate.
AchievementSelection of new improved horticultural varieties of higher yield and superior quality. Introducing new technologies of agricultural practices for horticultural crops improvement. Evaluation and testing of new varieties of vegetable crops and medicinal plants under Egyptian conditions. Germplasm preservation. Production of high yield and quality seeds of vegetable crops to meet the demand of seed companies. Introducing new varieties and germplasm of some horticultural crops. Periodic visits to different locations of horticultural crop farms to identify the constrains to production to overcome them. Conducting researches for studying different factors pre and after harvest factors that affect fruit quality. Expanding cultivation and production of high quality woody trees. Developing of different herbarium groups for the Egyptian flora. Survey and evaluation of the distribution and density of the Egyptian flora. Organisation of extension workshops and training programs for agriculturists, extensionists and growers. Extension publications for horticultural crops. Coordinating the ties between the scientific research results and the growers.
Description The Horticulture Research Institute (HRI) was established in 1971, to enhance the productivity of horticulture crops.
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Veterinary Serum and Vaccine Research Institute
AddressEl - Sekka El - Beda st., Abbasia, cairo. 
Tel+202 23421406    3421866    23423039   
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GoalsConducting research for improvement of vaccines, sera and diagnostic reagents. Production of highly efficient vaccines from the local isolates according to the international specifications for protection of animals and poultry against different diseases, in addition to preparation of combined vaccines, to save effort, time and money . Focusing on molecular biology research for production of different vaccines and diagnostic reagents. Increasing the exported vaccines and opening of new export markets.
AchievementProduction of 45 Viral Animal and Poultry vaccines, 15 Aerobic Bacterial Vaccines, 4 Anaerobic Bacterial Vaccines and 13 Biological Diagnostics and Antiserum. Improvement and innovation of Veterinary Vaccines, Sera and Diagnostics Reagents. Using the molecular Biology for improvement the vaccines and diagnostic kits. Exportation of different vaccines to African and Asian countries.
DescriptionThe VSVRI has been established on 1903, The Veterinary Serum and Vaccine Research institute is one of the oldest and prestigious institutes in the Middle East and Africa, The Veterinary Serum Laboratory has de-merged and became an independent institute, affiliated to the Agriculture Research Center (ARC).
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Animal Production Research Institute
Address Nadi El Said, Giza , Egypt 
Fax+202 33372934   
Tel+202 33372934         
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GoalsAnimal Production Research Institute (APRI) is engaged in designing and implementing the research strategy within the framework of public policy. This strategy aims at supporting the role of animal production in coordination with crop production. Applied research conducted at the affiliated research stations is the tool of such strategy to bridge the protein and animal production gap.
AchievementIncreasing the productive and reproductive efficiency of Egyptian buffalo. Improving the productivity of endogenous cattle by crossing with high productive exotic breeds. Introducing embryo transfer technology as a rapid tool for genetic improvement. Increasing the twinning rate of local sheep by crossing with prolific temperate genotypes from exotic breeds. Improving the productive performance of local goats and determining genetic measurements that can be used in selection of local breeds. Producing local and developed strains of poultry and rabbits adapted to the local environmental conditions. Expanding the utilization of agricultural by-products in animal feed to reduce feed cost and reduce environmental pollution. Evaluating nutrient requirements, feed stuffs, and feed additives for livestock and poultry. Evaluating the properties and quality of milk and dairy products. Establishing a department of Biotechnology. Establishing the elite herd of buffalo to produce genetically superior bulls.
Description The Animal Production Research Institute (APRI) dates back to 1908 when an independent Animal Breeding Section was formed. Its responsibilities were limited to applied research and activities related to buffalo, cattle and equine breeding. Since 1921, it has been affiliated with the Ministry of Agriculture as a Branch for Animal Breeding. In 1939, the branch was transformed into the Department of Animal and Poultry Breeding, and then into the Department of Animal Production in 1944. In 1952, it was converted into the General Department of Animal Production, and in 1971, when the General Authority for Agricultural Research (which became the Agricultural Research Center(ARC) in 1983) was formed, APRI became one of its research institutes.
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Plant Pathology Research Institute
Address9 Gamaa St. - Giza 
Fax+202 35723146   
Tel+202 35724893         
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GoalsPlant Pathology Research Institute is one of the first institutions established for scientific research in Egypt (1919). The main objective of the institute is to protect Egyptian crops against different diseases caused by microorganisms (Fungi, Bacteria, Nematodes and Viruses), which cause great economic losses that adversely affect the national income. To achieve this objective, the institute is carrying out a number of research, extension and applied activities in the fields of survey, management and epidemics of plant diseases.
AchievementControlling plant disease problems that threaten the economic crops. Traditional and molecular diagnosis and identification of the plant pathogens (viruses, fungi, bacteria and nematodes). Developing some biological fungicides that are registered, commercially produced and distributed as a safe alternative to the harmful chemical fungicides. Production and propagation of several elite and disease-free plant varieties using the tissue culture techniques . Serving many universities, research institutes and the private sector companies through making DNA-fingerprints, DNA-sequencing and different chemical analyses. A well designed type culture collection facility. Continuous training courses and workshops for agricultural extension specialists and cooperation with some big farms in adoption and spread of the biological control approach through on-farm-trials programs.
DescriptionThe agricultural research was started in Egypt in 1898 through the Royal Society of Agriculture that became the ministry of agriculture later on, and the institute mission is Developing and manipulating all the available human, technical resources, the biotechnological tools and instruments for accurate diagnosis and control of plans pathogens.
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Central Agricultural Pesticide Laboratory
Address7, Nadi El-Said St., Dokki, Guiza, Egypt. 
Fax+202 37602209   
Tel+202 37602209    33373860    37602209    37616858
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GoalsThe CAPL ensures the regulations of pesticides by the government before and after their entry to Egypt through chemical and physical inspection. Control the manipulation of pesticides inside Egypt and trace them in the environment (water, soil, plants and animals). Puts the regulations for the best use of pesticides in the egyptian environment. Carrying out training courses for the workers in the field of pesticides aiming to reducing their use and to protect the environment from pollution. Environment protection is one of the most important demands of the CAPL through carrying research works in fields of physical and chemical analysis pesticide formulations .
AchievementCentral Agricultural Pesticide Laboratory suggests the strategy of the integrated agricultural pest management through optimizing different pest control ways and minimizing the use of pesticides. Publishing the Pre-Harvest Interval (PHI) for different pesticides on different plants. Publishing the acute toxicology studies and environmental toxicity of some pesticides. Inspection of pesticide containers to check their validity. Check the chemical and physical specifications of the imported and locally produced pesticides and those exist in the market. Inspection of the formones in Egypt. Awarding the formulation department to the ISO-17025. Awarding the formone laboratory to the ISO-17025. Publishing the pesticide resistance map annually.
DescriptionThe Central Agricultural Pesticide Laboratory (CAPL), was established in the fifties upon the agreement between the Egyptian Government and the FAO. In 1970 the work began in the laboratory. The CAPL is one of the research laboratories belonging to the Agricultural Research Center. According to the law of agriculture number 55 in 1966 and the ministerial law number 622 in 2008 the CAPL controls the importations, manufactures and formulators of pesticides. The central pesticide lab also checks the validity of pesticides according to specifications of the FAO and the WHO. The central pesticide lab has become, one on the main central laboratories of ARC. The CAPL consists of 10 departments in addition to 7 administrations serving the research, the researchers and the workers at the CAPL and its branching stations.
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Central Laboratory for Date Palm Research and Development
Address9 Elgamaa St, giza- egypt 
Fax+202 7744998   
Tel+202 7744998         
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Goals Introduce new, high quality varieties for the appropriate agro-climatic zones. Select newer varieties from the nation-wide nurseries, multiply and screen them for inclusion into a breeding program to produce genetically-pure androus trees. Propagate excellent varieties through tissue culture. Apply biotechnology techniques to produce somatic hybrids that are used as foundation for vegetative propagation of new varieties. Conduct multi-faceted experiments on the impact of soil, irrigation, fertilization and varieties on product yield and quality. Use the genetic print to distinguish among the various date palm varieties throughout the different growth stages. Study the effect of the climate on product quality by variety. Study the distribution, damage and control of mites. Study nematodes of date palm and the methods of their control, including biological control. Conduct experiments on date palm tree-head service operations. Conduct technical studies for the upgrading of machinery and tools used with date palm trees.
AchievementDesigning and implementing a special protocol for propagating date palm through tissue culture techniques somatic embryos. Producing by-products, which are being used in the pharmaceutical industry. Finalizing the genetic finger print of ten highly marketable varieties. Specifying the most adequate techniques for the long-term conservation of some date palm genetic resources. Conducting physiological studies on the various varieties and at different stages of growth. Designing a pollin duster device, which was manufactured by the Agricultural Engineering Research Institute to overcome the problem of labor scarcity. Selecting the best male trees at certain governorates for identification of potent pollinators. Producing and updating date palm extension materials (booklets and pamphlets).
DescriptionIn 1971, the Central Authority of the Agricultural Research Center (ARC) was established and the Central Laboratory for Date Palm Research and Development became one of its major laboratories.
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Central Laboratory of Residue Analysis of Pesticides & Heavy Metals in Foods
Address7 Nadi El-Said St., Dokki – Giza – A.R.E 
Fax+202 7611355    7611216
Tel+202 7611106    7611216    7611282    7611355
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GoalsAnalyzing samples from shipments of agriculture products prior to export and issuing accredited certificates with results. Analyzing samples from certain imported food & Agriculture products in order to prevent food not complying with the standards of contaminants to enter the country for consumption. Monitoring status of chemical and biological contamination in food and agriculture product in the local markets through the National Monitoring Program in the laboratory.
Achievement The Laboratory awarded the International Accreditation certificate in its field of analysis since 1996 by the Finnish Branch (FINAS) of the European Accreditation Center for Laboratories (EAL) on basis of ISO/IEC 17025 standards. Accredited 29 different methods of analysis for chemical and biological pollutants in food. The laboratory analyzed more than 140,000 samples since 1995, however the number of analyzed samples increased at 2005 to reach 35000 samples, reflects the growth in Egyptian Agriculture products export, and the interest of the government on food safety. Running many of the scientific researches in the field of pesticides residue in food. Control and rejection of some imported agricultural products as well as food from animal origin due to this high content of different contaminations to protect the health of Egyptian consumers. Implementing and participating in training programs on analysis and sampling methods nationally and internationally where a training center is established in the lab. The Laboratory awarded accreditation in Dioxins Analysis which needed high technology and special trained analysts, and where the number of accreditation labs. In such type of analysis is limited all over the world. Data base constructed in the laboratory represented the levels of contamination, violation as well as the percentages of free samples in different agriculture product that can be help the consumers and exports. The high contamination levels found in potato with pesticides have been controlled. Many pesticides was used during the storage period, Laboratory has been monitored these levels and the violated lot disposed which leads to lowering the contamination levels. Lift the banning of peanut exportation of EU due to the contamination with aflatoxins , EU mission stipulate a companying of every peanut consignment with certificate of aflatoxins analysis from the laboratory
DescriptionThe Laboratory is the main output of the collaboration between Finnish and Egyptian governments through the Quality Control on Agriculture Products project, it is the main collaboration between the Egyptian government represented by the Ministry of Agriculture and the Finnish government represented by the Ministry of Foreign Affair, On 20002 the Lab. Has been re-accredited on the new international quality system ISO 17025.
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Central Laboratory for Agricultural Climate
Address6, El-nour st., Dokki, Giza ,Egypt- P.O. Box: 296 Imbaba - postal code:12411 Giza , Egypt 
Fax+202 3368059    4790053
Tel+202 3367274    7605793    7490053    3368059
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GoalsThe major goal of CLAC is to establish an agrometeorological network covering the agricultural area including both old and newly reclaimed areas.
AchievementConducting research and training related to different application of daily weather data on current and near future agricultural activities. Utilizing of mathematical models to estimate daily water requirements, fertilization, pest and disease forecasting, chilling and heating unites and other crop management practices.
DescriptionThe Central Laboratory for Agricultural Climate (CLAC) was established in 1996. CLAC consists of four research departments, namely: 1.Agrometeorological Application Research Department (AARD). 2.Soilless Culture Research Department (SCRD). 3.Biological Agriculture Research Department (BARD), and 4.Climate Modification Research Department (CMRD).
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Central Laboratory for Design and Statistical Analysis Research
Address 9, Cairo University Street , Giza 
Fax+202 35729469   
Tel+202 35729469         
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GoalsStatistical analysis and interpretation of both quantitative and qualitative field data. Conducting intensive training courses on computer applications, experimental design, statistical analysis, and agricultural experiment evaluation for all researchers of the center. Evaluating the economic social and environmental effects of agricultural experiments at the level of research location, governorates, and the entire country.
AchievementImproving statistical knowledge of the researchers by using advanced statistical methods. Improving decision making in agricultural experiments by estimating the relative efficiency of some experimental designs for some important crops. Studying the “experimental gap” and means of bridging it, including the introduction of new advanced techniques. Establishing an economic unit to provide statistical services for all research staff.
DescriptionThe Central Laboratory for Design and Statistical Analysis Research (CLDSAR) was established in 1940, Its main responsibilities were designing experiments and conducting statistical analysis for data surveys and for experiments carried out by the MOA, In 1971, the Central Authority of the Agricultural Research Center (ARC) was established and the division became one of its major laboratories, Since 1971, CLDSAR has cooperated with other ARC institutes and laboratories to improve technologies and services available to Egyptian agriculture through research and extension.
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Regional Center for Food & Feed
Address9 El - Gamaa Street.Giza - Agric. Res. Center 
Fax+202 35713250   
Tel+202 35732280    35731989      
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GoalsImprovement and development the quality of animal feed and human food. Development the quality control systems with respect to feedstuffs and feed additives to reach the international standards. Conducting training courses for the staff members responsible for laboratory work and those responsible for quality control system to elevate them technically to the international level. Improving the nutritional status of different sectors of the in Egyptian population. Being a regional centre in the field of quality control of feed &it’s ingredients, in the field of training and in the field of analysis of food & feed.
AchievementModern systems were established for quality control of feedstuffs, and feed additives through the use of up-to-date analytical technique. Capability building through training the technical staff whether in Egypt or abroad. Implementation of the quality control system led to improving the quality of imported feedstuffs, concentrates and feed additives. The use of advanced analytical techniques enabled RCFF to screen-out cases of adulteration. Services were given to breeders, importing companies, feed mills, universities and research centers. Establishing the first training center in the Middle East for quality of feed and feed additives. Conducting seminars, scientific conferences and hosting experts and lecturers from abroad for the enrichment of research work. Training agricultural extension agents in some governorates. Establishment of laboratories equipped with the most up-to-date instruments.
DescriptionThe Regional Center for Food & Feed (RCFF) was established in 1980 under the name of Central Laboratory for Food & Feed (CLFF) with the cooperation of the government of Denmark under the authority of the Egyptian Agricultural Organization within the Ministry of Agriculture. In 1985 The Regional Center for Food & Feed became part of Agricultural Research Center.
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Central Laboratory for Agricultural Expert System
Address 6 El Nour Street 
Fax+202 37617628   
Tel+202 33317601    33317602    37611477   
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GoalsConduct research in developing methodologies & tools to enhance the productivity of the knowledge of engineers in building agricultural expert systems. Develop agricultural expert systems for commodities and disciplines economically important to Egypt. Train extension workers and farmers to use the developed expert systems. Evaluate the socio-economic impact of the developed expert systems. Maintain the developed expert systems by continuous updating the knowledge base & data base.
AchievementA methodology for building expert systems has been developed. Software tools to assist engineers in building knowledge bases. Twelve expert systems have been developed for field and horticulture crops. Two expert systems have been developed for animal health: cows and buffaloes, and sheep and goats. The impact on enhancing the performance of extension workers when using the expert system was measured. Experiments were conducted to measure the economic and environmental impact of using expert system in the field. Three expert systems have been updated for wheat, citrus, and cucumber. Establishing a Virtual Extension and Research Communication Network in order to strengthen linkages among the research and extension components of the national agricultural knowledge and information system.
DescriptionIn 1987, officials at the Egyptian Ministry of Agriculture and land reclamation, recognized expert systems as an appropriate technology for speeding development in the agricultural sector. To realize this technology, in 1989, the ministry initiated the Expert Systems for Improved Crop Management Project (ESICM) in conjunction with the Food and Agriculture Organization of The United Nations (FAO) and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP).The project began in mid 1989 and CLAES joined the Agricultural Research Center (ARC) in 1991. Through the development, implementation and evaluation of knowledge based decision support systems, the Central Laboratory for Agricultural expert Systems is helping farmers through out Egypt optimize the use of resources and maximize food production.
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Central Laboratory for quality control of poultry production
Address7Nadi El-Said St, Dokki, Giza 
Fax+202 3370957   
Tel+202 3380121    3370958      
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GoalsTo safeguard the Egyptian poultry industry. To ensure human food safety To improve the quality of poultry production. To meet the client requirements and satisfaction. To ensure lab personnel safety. To comply with ISO17025 requirements.
AchievementThe laboratory is a permanent facility and responsible to carry out its work in accordance with the requirements of ISO/IEC17025 and organizations providing recognition and to satisfy the needs of the customers. The lab has policy and procedure to ensure the protection of its customer’s confidentiality.
DescriptionThe Central Laboratory for Veterinary Quality Control on Poultry Production was established in March 2003 in Animal Health Research Institute as National Laboratory for Veterinary Quality Control on Poultry Production (NLQP). The lab duties were specified in the ministerial decree no. 1686 (year 2001) and ministerial decree no. 621 (year 2004). In March 2006 by the ministerial decree no. 227 year 2006 the Minister of Agriculture and Land Reclamation issued this decree to reconsider the national lab as Central lab in Egypt which report directly to Agricultural Research Center (ARC).
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The Central Laboratory for Evaluation of Veterinary Biologics
AddressEl-Seka El-Baeda St., Abbasia, P.O. Box 131 
Fax+202 23422505    23449204
Tel+202 23422505    3449204      
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GoalsDevelops protocols for evaluation of veterinary biologics by improving and facilitating the quality control method of evaluation. Conducts research on veterinary biologics evaluation with special focus on biotechnology aiming to develop new, more accurate and effective techniques.
AchievementSetting up protocols of testing and evaluation of veterinary biologics. The evaluation protocols specific for evaluation of viral and bacterial poultry vaccines and antigens were completed and officially issued in 1993 . The laboratory had an active development training programs for its research staff on the techniques adopted in the field of veterinary biologics evaluation . Establishment of doctors staff in all laboratory branches and establishment of P3 animal isolator. Conducting the high standard biotechnology methods to introduce new and more accurate methodology used in quality control of the veterinary biologics. Equipping all laboratories with advanced and calibrated equipment used in testing and evaluation of veterinary biologics. Using molecular biology to produce different diagnostic kits. The laboratory won the "State Encouragement Prize" in the field of biological science in (1999). Cooperation with other research institutes and Technology and Scientific Research Academy.
DescriptionThe Central Laboratory for Evaluation of Veterinary Biologics (CLEVB) is considered the only official laboratory in the Arab Republic of Egypt that is in charge of all evaluation processes of veterinary biologics, and issuance of certificates for local and imported veterinary biologics.
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Central Laboratory for Aquaculture Research
AddressAbbassa - Abouhammad - Sharkia - Egypt 
Fax03400498    0553401027
Tel0553400497    0553401027    0553401028    0649201621
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GoalsParticipation in decrease the animal protein gap through applied research focusing in sustainable development of aquaculture and fisheries. Participation in the national plan for newly graduate and youth job source of incomes through projects of low economic. Study the problems of hatchery for new native species. Identify new production opportunities and develop them to usable levels. Study the environmental, socio-economic and extension aspects in aquaculture. Determine the most suitable basis for improvement means of handling, storage and processing fish. Use of Biotechnology in diagnosis and control and use of friendly environmental products and immunostimulants like plant and animal extracts and vaccination in fish disease control.
AchievementStudy the nutritional requirement and feed formulations for different types of fish under different environmental conditions. Evaluate the use of growth promoters. Determination of dietary requirement of protein and lipids of fish growth ,spawning and survival. Effect of using artificial feed, Rabbit manure, Superphosphate on Common carp performance. Integrated animal and fish culture. Evaluation of using water hyacinth as a biological treatment sewage wastewater in fresh earthen pond. Evaluation of variables soils under different aquaculture systems. Genetics and physiological studies of different fish species collected from polluted areas. Food and feeding habits of Oreochromis niloticus under the effect of inorganic fertilizer with different NPK ratio in Abbassa fish farm. Diagnosis control using leaves as mechanical and poly culture as biological. Chemical studies on isolation and characterization of protamines from Commoncarp. Biochemical studies on the effect of isolated protamines on the Catfish. Addition of garlic and black seed powder to ration increase the immune system efficiency to bacterial and Fungal diseases.
DescriptionAquaculture Project grew out of an agreement between the Egyptian government and the United States Agency for International Development(USAID). On September 7, 1978, an agreement was signed between USAID and The Government of Egypt to participate in this project. A Presidential decree no 70 for 1979 was issued to confirm approval of the agreement .The Project had its beginning as the National Aquaculture Center, established to provide leadership in research, training and extension in applied aquaculture. Abbassa was chosen as the site for the national center because of its strategic location in region where many fish farms centrated. The construction began in 1981. The project was funded through grant from USAID with amount of $23.4 millions and L.E .7.7 millions from Egyptian Government. CLAR joined the Agricultural Research Center on November 12,1991 and is now firmly stablished as national most important center for aquaculture research.
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Central Laboratory of Organic Agriculture
Address9, Cairo Univ. st., Giza, Egypt. 
Fax+202 7746924   
Tel+202 7746816    7746924      
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GoalsPromote organic production of various crops, especially vegetables, fruits and medicinal and aromatic plants, according to the internationally accepted standards. Organize training courses for the privet and public enter prices in organic farm management. Register certification and inspection offices working in Egypt to ensure impartiality. Provide efficacious alternatives to agro-chemicals (fertilizers and pesticides) to help promote organic farming. Register all the accredited organic farms to protect their businesses and provide them with the necessary information for sustainable organic production. Publish extension materials for benefit of organic producers.
AchievementIntending to increase Egypt's export at premium prices and reduce the volume of pesticides used in the Egyptian agriculture. Enhancing Egypt's competitiveness in the niche market of organic products. Help promote organic farming.
DescriptionIn 1971, the Central Authority of the Agricultural Research Center (ARC) was established and the Central Laboratory of Organic Agriculture became one of its laboratories.
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Weed Research Central Laboratory
Address 9 Gamaa street, Giza 
Fax+202 5699399   
Tel+202 35713240    5699399      
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GoalsWRCL stresses on the importance of extension and training activities in weed control discipline and focusing with various research centers and research activities in WRCL for integrated weed control. The WRCL work and cooperate with universities for conducting research dealing with the evaluation of herbicides in field, horticulture, vegetable crops and road sides.
AchievementEstablishment the headquarter of weed research central laboratory. Preparing expert systems on wheat, faba bean and parasitic weeds. Weed control of wild oat in 1.7 millions feddans in wheat fields through the last ten years attained on with increase in wheat productivity. Preparing technical recommendations of herbicides in field crops, horticulture and vegetables crops. Studying proper better crop sequences for weed control in wheat. Conducting extension programs for training extension agents and pest control specialists for weed identification and control methods. Conducting research on yield losses due to weeds in different field and horticulture crops. Evaluation of Phytomyza orobanchia fly as biocontrolling agent on feeding on broomrape seeds (Orobanche spp.) in legumes and vegetable crops.
DescriptionWeed Research Central Laboratory (WRCL ) was founded according to the ministerial decree No. 224 in 2002 to increase the role of weed science disciplines in improving agricultural production. The activities of laboratory is in carrying out basic and applicable research which relevant with weed control research adaptive and applied by cultural, chemical, biological and mechanical methods as well as evaluation and or testing herbicides and preparing technical recommendations for field, horticulture and vegetable crops and weeds along road sides and ditch banks of sub canals and drains. The administrative structure of the WRCL consist of three departments: 1.Weed control in field crops department. 2.Weed control in horticulture, vegetables crops and roadsides and ditch banks and drains department. 3.Weed survey, ecology and physiology department.
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Ministry of environment 7634 Doha - Qatar 
Fax+974 4420 7000   
Tel+974 44207777         
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GoalsBalance between the social and economic development needs and protecting the environment. Preserving and protecting the environment, including air, land, water and biological diversity. Ensure the quality of environmental health and safety Improve the institutional effectiveness and performance Propose and develop policies and legislations to protect the environment Enhance awareness and environmental culture Support and activate the national, regional and international cooperation.
AchievementCooperate with regions and countries by ratification of environmental agreements and protocols for the purpose of protecting environments.
DescriptionThe ministry of environment is striving to achieve several goals, most importantly, protecting the environment through inclusive and sustainable growth for future generation to achieve the vision of 2030. Reaching the vision would be through wildlife growth, preparing and proposing laws, projects and suitable solutions for all environmental issues, implementing them by training Qatari nationals in implementation of environmental protocols, as well as environmental awareness.
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Ministry of Municipalities Affairs and Urban Planning
AddressP.O.Box. 53 Manama,Kingdom of Bahrain. 
Fax17211767    17215810
Tel80008188    17501501    17212544   
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GoalsAchieve urban balanced development through the establishment of an integrated management structure for the implementation of the National Strategic Master Plan and meet the aspirations of the Kingdom's Economic Vision 2030.
Achievementperformed various services such as public cleaning and hygiene, environment protection. planting tree and palm trees and greenery in road sides and in villages, public gardens, towns and cities. The ministry joined the outside world such as the Arab cities organization and in 1970 the municipality hosted the second Arab cities organization conference which adopted many positive resolutions, that benefited the organization members states.
DescriptionBefore the inception of the municipality in 1919 there was nothing in the state of Bahrain called municipality or anything of that kind. The state of Bahrain set up the municipality to help and serve the citizens. And to organize their daily life, In the month of Do-Aloqdah in the year 1337 Hijri corresponding July 1919, the government of Bahrain set up the municipality of Bahrain and the municipality which is located in Manama considered the first of its kind set up in the Arabian area, or the Arabian world.
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Ministry of Water Resources
AddressPalestine St., Baghdad, Iraq. 
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GoalsDevelopment and protection of water resources. Development of strategies and programs to create an integrated water policies. Maintaining the shared water rights.
AchievementOperation and maintenance of water facilities for optimal control and pumping stations. Protecting and optimizing the overall research projects that take into account the environmental impacts, requirements of competing public needs.
DescriptionThe Ministry of Water Resources aims to provide citizens with an integrated management of water resources in Iraq. And the fact that the Ministry of Water Resources is responsible for this vital resource, they are struggling very hard to balance the competing demands for water for irrigation, drinking, industry, hydropower generation, flood control and meet environmental requirements, including the revitalization of the marshes.
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Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation.
Address11 Al-Eslah Al-Zerai Street, Dokki,Cairo, Egypt 
Fax+203 45234523   
Tel+203 4524563456    43452345      
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GoalsAdvancement of agricultural policy and land reclamation policies that would ensure coordination and integration in line with the national development plans,link and work on its development with the latest scientific methods and technology on the basis of economic optimum. Development of agricultural resources, increase the area of reclaimed land and promoting rural economics by various means.
AchievementDevelop policy in the fields of agriculture and land reclamation. Determine the policy for agricultural cooperation and the disposition of the undeveloped land and reclaimed desert. Development and stabilize rural communities and work to raise the standard of living and promoting rural agricultural economics. Determine the settlement policy in the reclaimed lands to achieve distribution of population density stationed in the cities.
DescriptionThe Ministry of Agriculture is considered one of the most important ministries in the history of contemporary Egyptian life, Especially agriculture is still the most important source of the growth domestic product.
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Ministry of Water and electricity
AddressKing Fahd Road , Saud Mall Center , Riyadh 11233  
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GoalsSaving the means of comfort and welfare to the population in all parts of the kingdom.
AchievementSaving drinking water to the pilgrims and the Beduins by digging wells and setting up dams and basins to collect the water of floods on the ways that the pilgrims and the beduins use in their transportation . Intensifying and drilling the salty sea water and that formed a base for a first station for desalting the sea water.
DescriptionWith the emerging of the new down to the modern Saudi state by its founder king Abdul Aziz , the winds of development blew on the vast peninsula in all fields like the water and electricity ones the departed king greatly cared about.
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Ministry of Water Resources & irrigation
AddressMinistry Building - Corniche El-Nil -Embaba 
Tel+202 35449573    35453408      
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GoalsRationalization of the use of existing water resources to achieve optimum utilization of all water points including re-use.
AchievementMonitoring of all water resources, whether surface or groundwater or rain water. Drawing and planning and implementation of water resources development of the Nile and tributaries of the projects and the various surface water and groundwater and wastewater sources. Irrigation development to optimize the use of each drop of water and raise the efficiency of irrigation field to the maximum extent possible.
DescriptionThe Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation is the ministry in charge of managing the water resources of the Arab Republic of Egypt mainly the Nile. It also manages irrigation projects in Egypt, such as the Aswan Dam and Al-Salam Canal, its headquarters are in Cairo.
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Ministry of Environment and Water
AddressOld Airport Road Behind Carrefour Opposite Abu Dhabi Retirement Pensions & Benefits Fund P.O. Box 
Fax+971 024490444   
Tel+971 024444740         
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GoalsAssuring Environmental Sustainability for Life.
AchievementEnhance the Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) to ensure sustainability. Enhance environmental sustainability. Prevention of agricultural pests and epidemic livestock diseases. Enhance food safety and the sustainability of the local production. Ensure that administrative services provision is in accord with standards of quality, efficiency and transparency.
Description A national vision to strengthen the commitment of the United Arab Emirates to the environment and sustainable development.
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Ministry of Water and Irrigation
AddressThe Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, Amman, Shomesani, Behind Marriot Hotel P.O.Box 2412-11181-Amman 
Fax+962 6 5652287   
Tel +962 6 5652265    +962 6 5652267      
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GoalsDevelopment and protection of water resources, updating information systems, legislations and regulations relevant to the water sector, developing strategies and programs pertaining to the implementation of water policies, securing funding necessary for water projects, following-up implementation of projects, maintaining the rights of Jordan shared water resources, updating plans and projects of the institutional development, training, public awareness and water demand management as well. Maintaining sustainable water resources to achieve the national water security and to serve the overall development objectives.
AchievementThe Ministry of Water and Irrigation embraces the two most important entities dealing with water in Jordan: The Water Authority of Jordan (WAJ): in charge of water & sewage systems. The Jordan Valley Authority (JVA): responsible for the socio-economic development of the Jordan Rift Valley, including water development and distribution of irrigation. This relative position with respect to WAJ & JVA reinforces MWI's leading role as Jordan's lead entity on water issues. MWI has become a leader in the region that uses GIS-based digital tools for Water Master Planning activities, offering the framework, databases and tools necessary to manage water data and providing water specialists with data and information for water sector monitoring, management and planning. MWI regularly produces essential water sector information products including the Water Master Plan.
DescriptionThe MWI was established in: 1988 by-law issued by the executive branch of the Government under the Jordanian Constitution. MWI is the official body responsible for the overall monitoring of the water sector, water supply and wastewater system and the related projects, planning and management, the formulation of national water strategies and policies, research and development, information systems and procurement of financial resources. Its role also includes the provision of centralized water-related data, standardization and consolidation of data.
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10th of Ramadan Investors Association
Addressfacing el kafrawy garden , 10th of ramadan city, egypt 10th of ramadan city cairo p.o.73 Egypt 
Fax+202 15363413   
Tel+202 15 372750         
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GoalsIt aims at developing the scientific, cultural and social services through supporting the communication between the association and other organizations.
Achievement10th of Ramadan investors association is the way to make you connect with all the companies in 10th of Ramadan city.
DescriptionThe 10th of Ramadan Investors Association is established in 1985.
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Evangelical Association For Sustainable Development
Address5 Rd. 15 Off Nefertiti St., Beside El Gehad Mosque, Ard Sultan, El Menia 
Fax+2 086-2332559   
Tel+2 086-2371986    +2 086-2330091      
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DescriptionEvangelical Association For Sustainable Development is located in El Menia and address is at 5 Rd. 15 Off Nefertiti St. Ard Sultan, El Menia
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Horticultural Export Improvement Association
AddressEl-Mehwar El-Markazi, El-Sarya Compound, Building No 4, Block 1/11, 6th of October City 
Fax+20 2 3837 11 33   
Tel+20 2 3837 11 22         
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GoalsImprove, develop, and market horticultural crops. Study and penetrate new markets for exporting horticultural products through working to achieve an integrated system for production, quality control, marketing, exporting and processing horticultural crops. Provide the horticultural sector with the needed technical, technological, marketing and exporting information and production inputs to comply with the international standards Cooperate with local and international bodies to bring forth sustainable development to the horticultural industry. Develop horticultural community services. Lobby with government and top officials to effectively share in decision making. Help protect environment and encourage the use of environment-friendly practices
AchievementIncrease Exports of Fresh Produce » Through continuous improvement of Quality Production Marketing Policy Advocacy Training Management Assistance » Ensuring Egypt's international quality reputation » Raising the agricultural labor force standards » Supporting sustainable national economy.
DescriptionEstablished in 1996, HEIA expanded in a very short time to reach currently 500 members who represent producers, exporters, suppliers of horticultural products, and companies working in agricultural equipment and packaging material supply. HEIA encompasses a group of highly qualified and recognized agricultural specialists and experts as well as offers a wide range of services.
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Agence Francaise de Developpement
Address10 Sirilanka st.,Zamalek, Cairo 
Fax+202 27355787   
Tel+202 27351790         
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Fayoum Agro Organic Development Association
AddressEl-Mohafza Buildings - Iterance “A” Gamal Abdul-Nasser St.Fayoum - Egypt. 
Fax+202 6330776   
Tel+202 6330776         
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GoalsSupport organic agriculture movement in Fayoum governorate (production & handling & consumption & marketing). Support the implementation methods of natural resources sustainable management in Fayoum governorate . Work to improve living conditions for farmers and their families. Support the activities of environmental education in the educational institutions and civil society organizations. Support the Positive youth development activities in the agricultural community in Fayoum governorate. Support the women empowerment in the agricultural community in Fayoum. Support the fair trade practices and implementing innovative marketing techniques at national and international products of small farmers and their families in Fayoum. support activities aimed at the protection of the environment.
AchievementIncrease the amount of registered lands organically. Begin intensive training for students in agriculture. Signing a protocol of cooperation with the Central Laboratory for Organic Agriculture. Activate the role of rural women of their effective participation in family income. Participation in world environment day. Assembly has lobbied the advocacy campaign funded by Egyptian NGO Support Service Center for the protection of water against pollution in Fayoum governorat. The association is implementing now, one of the most important projects on the ground, it is a sustainable development project for the village shakshouk. Adopted eco-tourism programme through partnership with the company's North-South exchanges and fair trade organization. Association is a member in Slow Food Italian association.
DescriptionFAODA is a Non-Governmental Organization “NGO” founded in 2001 as a committee affiliated to one of the first farmer's association created by CARE International in Fayoum, through a team of young promising and multi-expertise in El- Basionia area - Fayoum, who gained considerable experience of training provided by the project of the agricultural information for export (AgReform) implemented through CARE International.
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New Vision for Development
Address31 Takseem Thabet Zaky - Ezbet El Mosas, El-Minia, Egypt. 
Fax+2 086 237 7277   
Tel+2 086 237 7277    +2 010 988 76409      
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GoalsNVD seeks to improve the socio-economic standards of marginalized group sand poor people in Upper Egypt with special focus on small farmers, Women, youth, children and people with disabilities for the enjoyment of dignified and decent life through the implementation of a range of interventions that promote the realization of community development and welfare.
DescriptionThe non-governmental organization denominated "New Vision Association for development - NVD" is established under the No. 1248 year 2000 and according to the provision of Law No. 84 of the year 2002 on non-governmental associations and institutions.
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Agriculture Community Development Association in Menbal
AddressMenbal Village, Minia 
Fax+202 124275592   
Tel+202 863920453         
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Fayoum Agro Organic Development Association
AddressEl-Mohafza Buildings - Iterance “A” , Gamal Abdul-Nasser St.,Fayoum - Egyp 
Tel+202 6330776         
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Goals•Support organic agriculture movement in Fayoum governorate (production & handling & consumption & marketing). •Support the implementation methods of natural resources sustainable management in Fayoum governorate . •Work to improve living conditions for farmers and their families. •Support the activities of environmental education in the educational institutions and civil society organizations. •Support the Positive youth development activities in the agricultural community in Fayoum governorate. •Support the women empowerment in the agricultural community in Fayoum. •Support the fair trade practices and implementing innovative marketing techniques at national and international products of small farmers and their families in Fayoum. •support activities aimed at the protection of the environment.
DescriptionFAODA is a Non-Governmental Organization “NGO” founded in 2001 as a committee affiliated to an NGO for farmers created by CARE International, through a team of young promising and multi-expertise in El- Basionia area - Fayoum, who gained considerable experience of training provided by the project of the agricultural information for export (AgReform) implemented through CARE International.
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Society Development Association - Tamyah
Address44 Misr El Fayoum Rd. Flat 3,4, Beside Traffic Station - Tamyah, Tamyah, El Fayoum 
Tel+20 84-6615147    +2 0100-7333924      
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DescriptionSociety Development Association – Tamyah is located in El Fayoum,Egypt.Listed address is at 44 Misr El Fayoum Rd. Flat 3,4 Tamyah, El Fayoum.
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Egyptian Association for Comprehensive Development
Address30 El Nile El Abide St. Lebanon Square, El-Mohandseen. 
Fax+2 3302 6349   
Tel+ 2 3304 8191    + 2 3304 8190      
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GoalsEACD is a pioneer entity for the development of Egyptians in deprived communities, in order to enable them to enjoy their rights in the framework of active citizenship and social peace
DescriptionNon Governmental Organization registered under the licence No 307/95 , founded in 1995, EACD believes in a comprehensive development of the Egyptian society. It consists in a more comprehensive approach of using that an association must provide to individuals. Education, health, economic development and ecology are the pillars of the EACD’s action. In these fields, EACD tries to enhance the knowledge and possibilities of individuals. The purpose is to create a stable atmosphere of activity and understanding, necessarily for the social peace.
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Future Association for Agricultural Development & Export
AddressEl Fayoum, Egypt 
Tel+2 84-6301625         
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DescriptionNational non-profit association, registry no. 528-2004 aiming at development of small farmers & encouragement of cultivation of export crops.
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Youth Investors and Business Association
Address68 El-Horreya Road, 5th Floor, Bab Shark, Sidi Bishr, Alexandria 
Fax+202 3-4872420   
Tel+202 33026349         
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Egyptian Biodynamic Association
Address3 Belbes Desert Road, P.O.B. 1535 Alf Maskan. 11777 Cairo, Egypt 
Fax+202 26588133   
Tel+202 26588124    26588125      
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GoalsTraining courses in biodynamic/organic agriculture for farmers, consumers, engineers and government staff. Courses covers all aspects of agriculture chain. Providing all the required services consultancy, farm management, documentation etc. to enable the organic and biodynamic farms to be inspected by international auditors. Applied research projects in the field of biodynamic and organic agriculture. Cooperation with the international authorities and organisations working in the similar fields. Administrating the private trademark DEMETER for biodynamic products in Egypt.
AchievementOver more than 20 years EBDA provides its members with technical support and consulting, training and applied research and required experinces in Biodynamic agriculture field according to DEMTER stander in addtion to adminstrate DEMTER trade marke on Egypt. Cultived Cotton bio-dinamically on of the beggest succeful challenges for EBDA, it is the first on the world can cultivate and produce cotton bio-dinamically in 1991 on both of research and commercial level, results of that average of cotton revenuse increased by 30% with agood quality of fiber combering with cintventional one.
DescriptionThe Egyptian Biodynamic Association (EBDA) has been promoting biodynamic agriculture in Egypt since 1994, EBDA provides the training and expertise needed to enable farmers to have their land inspected and certified as organic according to EU standards, or as biodynamic according to Demeter standard.
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Organizations [6]

Arab Water Council
Address9 El-Mokhayam Al-Da'em St., Al-Hay Al-Sades, Nasr City, 11471, Cairo, Egypt 
Fax+202 2260 0218   
Tel+202 24023276         
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GoalsThe objective of the AWC is to mobilize all water stakeholders in the region to identify priorities of water-related issues and define solutions that can successfully address regional and country specific water challenges.
AchievementThe existence of reliable information and dependable assessment of water resources is a prerequisite for proper water management, successful development plans and correctly guided decision making processes. The Arab Water Council and CEDARE publish the Arab Water Repot to present the country level water resources assessment for the Arab region, together with the methodology applied. It also sheds the light on the water needs and water utilization in each Arab country.
DescriptionArab Water council’s vision for Integrated Water Resources Management in the Arab Region is to maximize the economic, social and environmental benefits from water use in the Arab countries.
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The World Bank
Address1818 H Street, NW, Washington, DC 20433, USA 
Fax+202 4776391   
Tel+202 4731000         
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GoalsThe World Bank Group has set two goals for the world to achieve by 2030: End extreme poverty by decreasing the percentage of people living on less than $1.25 a day to no more than 3% Promote shared prosperity by fostering the income growth of the bottom 40% for every country.
AchievementProvide low-interest loans, zero to low-interest credits, and grants to developing countries. Support a wide array of investments in such areas as education, health, public administration, infrastructure, financial and private sector development, agriculture, and environmental and natural resource management. Facilitate financing through trust fund partnerships with bilateral and multilateral donors. Offer support to developing countries through policy advice, research and analysis, and technical assistance.
DescriptionThe World Bank is a vital source of financial and technical assistance to developing countries around the world. We are not a bank in the ordinary sense but a unique partnership to reduce poverty and support development. The World Bank Group comprises five institutions managed by their member countries. Established in 1944, the World Bank Group is headquartered in Washington, D.C. We have more than 10,000 employees in more than 120 offices worldwide.
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United Nations Development Programe
Address2 El Hegaz Street, Roxy, Heliopolis, Cairo, Egypt 
Fax+202 2256 1647   
Tel+202 2256 1796    2256 1756    2256 1713    22561702
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GoalsUNDP’s overall goal is to help the Egyptian government in its efforts to reduce poverty and to promote sustainable development policies.
AchievementUNDP pioneered several initiatives in Egypt to promote the culture of human rights and supported the National Council for Human Rights in building its institutional capacity. UNDP collaborated with the Ministry of Environment on nature and wildlife conservation activities, to establish ten natural protectorates across Egypt and improved local community engagement in conservation.
DescriptionThe United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) partners with people at all levels of society to help build nations that can withstand crisis, and drive and sustain the kind of growth that improves the quality of life for everyone. On the ground in 177 countries and territories, we offer global perspective and local insight to help empower lives and build resilient nations.
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Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Address11 Eleslah Elzerai, Dokki 
Fax+202 37495981   
Tel+202 33316000         
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GoalsThe eradication of hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition. Elimination of poverty and the driving forward of economic and social progress. The sustainable management and utilization of natural resources, including land, water, air, climate and genetic resources for the benefit of present and future generations.
AchievementHelp eliminate hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition. Make agriculture, forestry and fisheries more productive and sustainable. Enable inclusive and efficient agricultural and food systems. Increase the resilience of livelihoods to threats and crises. To meet the demands posed by major global trends in agricultural development and challenges faced by member nations, FAO has identified key priorities on which it is best placed to intervene.
DescriptionAn intergovernmental organization, FAO has 194 Member Nations, two associate members and one member organization, the European Union. Its employees come from various cultural backgrounds and are experts in the multiple fields of activity FAO engages in. FAO’s staff capacity allows it to support improved governance inter alia, generate, develop and adapt existing tools and guidelines and provide targeted governance support as a resource to country and regional level FAO offices. Headquartered in Rome, Italy, FAO is present in over 130 countries.
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UNESCO Cairo Office
Address8 AbdelRahman Fahmy Garden City 
Fax+202 27945296   
Tel+202 27941756    27943036      
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GoalsUNESCO is known as the "intellectual" agency of the United Nations. At a time when the world is looking for new ways to build peace and sustainable development, people must rely on the power of intelligence to innovate, expand their horizons and sustain the hope of a new humanism. UNESCO exists to bring this creative intelligence to life; for it is in the minds of men and women that the defences of peace and the conditions for sustainable development must be built.
AchievementMobilizing for education: so that every child, boy or girl, has access to quality education as a fundamental human right and as a prerequisite for human development. Building intercultural understanding: through protection of heritage and support for cultural diversity. UNESCO created the idea of World Heritage to protect sites of outstanding universal value. Pursuing scientific cooperation: such as early warning systems for tsunamis or trans-boundary water management agreements, to strengthen ties between nations and societies. Protecting freedom of expression: an essential condition for democracy, development and human dignity.
DescriptionIn 1945, UNESCO was created in order to respond to the firm belief of nations, forged by two world wars in less than a generation, that political and economic agreements are not enough to build a lasting peace. Peace must be established on the basis of humanity’s moral and intellectual solidarity.
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United Nations Industrial Development Organization
Address2, Latin America St., Garden City, 4th floor, P.O. Box 37 - Bab El Louk Postal Code 11513, Cairo 
Fax+202 27921199   
Tel+202 27943477         
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GoalsUNIDO provides technical expertise and capacity-building measures to help Egypt combat development challenges. UNIDO's assistance renders a range of environmental, social and economic benefits and unleashes the potential for inclusive and sustainable industrial development.
AchievementUNIDO seeks to enable the poor to earn a living through productive activities, thus to find a path out of poverty. UNIDO is one of the largest providers of trade-related development services, offering customer-focused advice and integrated technical assistance in the areas of competitiveness, trade policies, industrial modernization and upgrading, compliance with trade standards, testing methods and metrology. UNIDO promotes sustainable patterns of industrial consumption and production. UNIDO assists developing countries and transition economies in implementing multilateral environmental agreements and in simultaneously reaching their economic and environmental goals.
DescriptionThe UNIDO Regional office in Cairo was established in 1999, in collaboration with the Ministry of Trade and Industry. Over the years, UNIDO has been supporting Egypt to achieve social and economic growth through the promotion of industrial development for employment generation and environmental sustainability.
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Private Sector [20]

Advanced Consulting for Technologies
Address22 Shararah Buildings, Hassan El-Maamoun St., Nasr city 
Fax+202 24714663   
Tel+202 24722878         
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GoalsStrive to earn the trust and respect of customers by offering practical solutions which are fairly priced with a level of support that consistently meets or exceeds our customers' expectations. To be the customer's first and best choice in the products, technical updates and other critical information needed by operation, inspection and maintenance professionals and services ACT provide.
AchievementSupply and install instruments for vibration, laser alignment, dynamic balancing, accelerometers, induction heaters, planning programs for predictive maintenance schedule, thermo-graph camera, temperature measurement, ultrasonic thickness and leakage, electrical testing and pneumatic instruments. Dynamic balancing, vibration measurement and analysis, laser alignment, bore-scope and video-scope services at site. Training courses for vibration, acoustics and noise, predictive maintenance, laser alignment and mechanical fundamentals.
DescriptionAdvanced Consulting for Technologies is the leader in the supply and after sale service for condition based monitoring equipment/systems that include vibration-ultrasonic leak detection. ultrasonic pipe thickness measurement, infrared thermography, motor current signature, acoustic emission and oil analysis. ACT scope of the supply includes high-tech equipment for machine dynamic balancing and roller bearing mounting tools.
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El-Fath Pipe Technology & Modern Irrigation
Address8 Mahmoud Sami Basha - Makram Ebaid St. 
Fax+202 22707016   
Tel+202 22711414         
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GoalsTo be contractors for water piping system, fire fighting, industrial piping system, and irrigation distribution and to have well trained team for HDPE, PP, PVDF butt, and socket and electro fusion.
Achievement.Using complete plastic piping system (Pipes, Fittings, manual and actuated valves) UPVC,CPVC, HDPE100, PPH, PP-N , PVDF , ABS , PP compression fitting and Metal butter fly valve (manual , electric and pneumatic actuator) and Multi joints fittings. ·Measurement and Control systems for flow, PH, Conductivity, Pressure, Temperature, and level. ·Butt, Socket and Electro Fusion machines (Hydraulic & CNC) for HDPE, PP, and PVDF up to 1200mm .Plastic pipe cutters.
DescriptionOur company started business using modern piping systems since 20 years ago.
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Nasr City For Trading and Contracting
Address37, Mohamed Talaat Salem st., Zone one, Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt 
Fax+202 22631534   
Tel+202 24010602    24028547    22638318    22631671
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GoalsPursuing highest water quality management, technological improvements and solutions for all customers. Motivating all employees to act like teams working together and providing challenges to them. Exceeding clients’ expectations by always being the first in the market offering the best services. Partnering with our clients and customers to make sure that their demands are met. Making sure that the work we do is for the sake of serving the environment to make it cleaner, healthier and safer. Maximizing Stakeholders’ wealth
AchievementOffering the best solutions for water related treatment issues. Supplying electomechanical equipment as a sub-contractor for sewage and water projects to all companies in Egypt. Potable water treatment. Wastewater treatment plants. Water lifting stations. Sewage pumping stations. Trade effluent treatment plants. Water hammering protection system. Manufacturing of steel work for treatment equipment. Electric switchboards manufacturing. Operation and maintenance of water and waste water plants. All kind of mechanical and electrical works and supplies and their uses. All types of metal structures and bridges with all uses. Compact Potable Water Treatment Units Compact Waste water Treatment Units. UASB Wastewater Treatment Plants. Mobile Desalination Brackish Water Treatment Units. Irrigation Equipments. Floating Booster Pumps.
DescriptionNasr City For Trading and Contracting is one of the leading companies in Egypt working in the field of construction of water works. The main activities of our company include complete design built projects for water and wastewater treatment plants, water desalination plants, supply and erection of mechanical and electrical equipment of pump station, manufacturing of all steel and metal structure work related to all water construction, and electric switch gears. Being an expert in water economics, we make sure that our goal is to provide you sustainability and reliability for all our services. We also make sure that we use our technological capabilities for an excellent water quality management. Nasr City for Trading and Contracting has delivered a huge number of projects in Egypt and we are proud to be successful at what we do, offer and serve. Today, Nasr City is one of the most successful companies in Egypt working in this field and serving the environment. We are proud to be the sole approved agent for both the Aeration Industries International and Kubota, two of the world’s major companies that focus on technology to provide water supplies for a better and safer atmosphere. In addition, Nasr City for trading and contracting is a sister company for other two companies working in the field of diesel engines, generator sets, water pumps, sheet metal works and semi-trailers (Egypt Power for Trading and Agencies) and assembly projects activities (Egypt Power for International Trade).
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Aluminum Sulphate Company of Egypt
Address15 A Al-Ahram St.,Heliopolis,Misr Algadida 
Fax+202 22919954   
Tel+202 22909716    22906425      
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AchievementASCE supplies liquid and solid aluminum sulphate to all drinking water treatment plants in Egypt . The production capacity of liquid alum is about 450 000 tons per year. In 2001, ASCE has constructed two production lines for solid alum to fulfill the local market and to export.
DescriptionASCE is an Egyptian leading company for manufacturing of liquid and solid aluminum sulphate coagulant in Egypt, Africa and Middle East. ASCE was founded in 1986 as an Egyptian sharing company.
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Future Pipe Industries
AddressOsman Ahmed Osman Street,Osman Towers, Deluxe Tower #2, Floor 31 Corniche El Maadi.Cairo, Egypt 
Fax+202 2528 5890   
Tel+202 2528 5880         
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GoalsTo elevate fiberglass to a material of choice and position FPI as the recognized market leader by Working alongside our customers Differentiating our offering through evolving into a focused solution provider Delivering innovative pipe systems and bespoke services
AchievementFPI offers bespoke pipe system solutions for the water, Oil and Gas and industrial sectors. Through its pioneering use of fibreglass, service excellence and product technologies, FPI is a pioneer in the conversion of world pipe demand into fibreglass. With the largest portfolio of high-temperature, high-pressure, anti-corrosive, composite large-diameter fibreglass pipes in the world, FPI offers a comprehensive range of products and services including; engineering, project management, technical support and in-house, on-site training.
DescriptionFuture Pipe Industries is one of the world's leading companies in the field of fiberglass pipes. With the world pipe market demand FPI as already a focused dominant global footprint with a presence throughout the Middle East.
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SoulWater for water treatment and environmental Technology
Address2 Jafar El Sadek St., Ext. of Tayaran Street, front of El Borg restaurant, Nasr City, Cairo , Egypt 
Tel+202 2407775    24027776    22606049    22606085
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Goalswe are committed to exceeding our customers' expectations by providing products and services of the highest standards. Our strategic vision encompasses an understanding of the critical role of safe drinking water in the world today.
AchievementSoulWater is dedicated to providing innovative solutions through filtration, water and disinfection technologies. SoulWater is uniquely positioned to offer the complete water purification equipment and services, and proven sterile products. Soulwater delivers value to our customers by improving product quality, reducing operating costs, protecting capital investments, and safeguarding people’s lives.
DescriptionSoulWater for water treatment & environmental Technology, is a professional, innovative supplier of water treatment and filtration products, serving the needs of residential, commercial, industrial, and governmental customers, we are continuously expanding our product lines to serve our customers needs. SoulWater is dedicated to providing superior customer service and high quality products to our valued customers. Our products are freighted across Egypt and around the Arab world.
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Arab Organization for Industrialization
AddressKm 17 Cairo- suez road 
Fax+202 25182385   
Tel+202 22672375         
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GoalsAOI has to play a prominent role in the development and national industries including the civil sector and military sector and the provision of training opportunities for all Egyptian citizens. Support the technical work and reach the maximum standard outputs. Looking forward for the new generations in all industry fields such as Aircraft, Engines and even the newable energy industries.
AchievementAOI operations include both military and civil activities, fulfilling the requirements of the Armed Forces of Egypt, Arab States and friendly countries. It also supports societal development plans, with emphasis on infrastructure, ecological protection and railway projects. The latest industrial technologies and advanced laboratory equipment in support of engineering industries. more than 15,000 skilled workers trained at AOI centers as well as many specialized institutes inside Egypt and abroad.
DescriptionIt was established in 1975 for creating technology-based industries in the Arab World. The AOI Higher Committee is chaired by the President of Egypt.
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Giga Systems, Inc.
Address10 El-Sherif Bldgs., Aswan St.,Heliopolis, Cairo, Egypt 
Fax+202 26324309   
Tel+202 26324309    2636 2674    0100 8872 463   
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GoalsEmploying the most advanced service solutions that provide insight into the needs and mission of the clients’ infrastructure through our technical sales team that prides itself on professional pre- and post-sales support, project management and technical training to fulfill the needs of our customers.
AchievementGiga Systems provides high quality solutions to different types of territories. Updating the targeted customers with the latest technologies from an accurate selection of world leader manufacturers and suppliers in high technology equipment markets. Providing different services and products to clients in Egypt, the Middle East and Africa, such as instrumentation, controls, design, application assistance, technical support, and after sales services.
DescriptionGiga Systems is a Manufacturer’s Representative Supplying Quality Professional Equipment and Solutions for environmental, research, educational , and industrial fields. Giga Systems provide different services and products to clients in Egypt, Middle East, and Africa like : Water Quality Monitoring Systems, Water Level Meters and Dataloggers, Environmental Monitoring Systems, Oil And Gas Instrumentation, Gas Leak Detectors, Weather Stations and Air Quality Equipment, Hydro Surveying Systems, Renewable Energy Monitoring Systems Oceanographic Monitoring Systems, Wave, Velocity Meters, Wave and Tidal Measurements, Acoustic Doppler Profilers, River Surveyor Systems, Water Current Meters, Open Channel Flow Meters, Soil and Water Quality Meters Telecommunication , IT, and Telemetry Systems, Multi Beam Echo Sounders, Vessel Traffic Management System (VTMS) & (VTS), Safe Navigation instrumentation, Doing Consultancy, Total Solutions And Related Services for the same fields.
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Sutron Corporation
AddressHeadquarters,22400 Davis Drive,Sterling, Virginia 
Fax+703 406-2801   
Tel+703 406-2800         
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GoalsSutron's goal is a comprehensive monitoring, forecasting and warning solutions extend and secure mission for critical Hydrological and Meteorological applications.
AchievementSince 1975 Sutron has designed, manufactured and integrated over 70000 Automatic Meteorological, Hydrological, Oceanic and Aviation Monitoring Stations in over 50 countries.
DescriptionSutron Corporation, a world leader in providing innovative, reliable and superlative Hydrologic, Meteorologic and Oceanic real-time data collection and control products, systems, software and services, is dedicated to building a world-class organization committed at every level to the very highest standards.Sutron is single-mindedly devoted to providing complete satisfaction to our customers by clearly understanding their monitoring and control needs and then delivering high-quality solutions that meet or exceed their expectations – on-time and under budget.
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Egyptian German Co. for water meter "Metrotec Egypt"
Address27 El-Shaheed Mohamed Kenaya St., Almaza, Heliopolis, Cairo. 
Fax+202 24176925   
Tel+202 24182766         
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GoalsMetrotec Egypt pay more attention for technology development and product updating to be on the top rank of this industry.
AchievementMetrotec Egypt investment in products development & innovation about 10 millions per year based on high caliber technical support & very advanced engineering by well educated teem work . One of the most important service introduced by our teem is to provide engineering solutions for any customer of specifications for consultancy offices & network designers . Metrotec Egypt considered as the sole factory in the field of domestic water metering management, we have an effective & very smart systems.
DescriptionMetrotec Egypt has been established science June 2004. It was found as Egyptian Partner Ship Co. by issued Capital of 100 Millions LE on international basis for partner both Egypt & KSA. Metrotec Egypt has been integrated technology for water meter manufacturing & testing by auditing through two German companies which are the most high technology and advanced engineering in water management in Europe and world wide.
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Giza Systems
AddressPlot No.176, New Cairo 11835 
Fax+202 26146001   
Tel+202 26146000         
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GoalsContribute to local and regional development with our technology solutions, commitment and dedicated customer service. We strive to foster an open, trustworthy and friendly environment conducive to innovation, mutual respect, career development and personal growth so that our people can achieve their full potential. We are committed to our responsibility towards our society and our environment. We shall always endeavor to set a standard for others to follow.
AchievementWe deliver a comprehensive scope and range of end-to-end industry specific solutions that meet customer demand for streamlining operational and business efficiencies. Our technical capabilities, extensive experience and knowledge of the market, as well as our partnership with global leaders in the areas of automation systems, communication solutions and metering infrastructure enable us to develop integrated solutions that can work with and build on the evolving technologies, as well as meet the dynamicity of our customers’ needs. In our pursuit to constantly enhance existing resources and create new capabilities, we drive forward the growth of our company, our customers, our people, and our communities.
DescriptionGiza Systems is the number one systems integrator in Egypt and the Middle East providing a wide range of industry specific technology solutions in the Telecom, Utilities, Oil & Gas, Manufacturing, Real Estate and Hospitality industries. We have been shaping the IT industry and corporate agendas since 1974. Our consultancy practice provides industry focused services that enhance value for our clients by streamlining operational and business processes. Operating in the Middle East through our group of offices and companies, we are dedicated to contributing to the local and regional development with our technology solutions, commitment and outstanding customer service. Our team of 600 professionals enables us to extend our geographic footprint delivering diverse projects and connecting us with clients in the Middle East, Europe and Russia.
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Techno Media Group
Address107 industrial Zone, Kattamiya 11835 New Cairo,P.O. 319 
Fax+202 23149091   
Tel+202 23149090         
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GoalsMaintaining our leadership in Africa and in the Middle East in Monitoring and Control. Technology transfer through our partners who are the world leaders in their fields.
AchievementTMG offers various services through a group of specialized engineers such as equipment rental – applying various measurements – monitoring the efficiency of water networks & leakage TMG has established the first specialized training center - running simulations for different operating conditions at the site - using the best measurement systems, remote control and data analysis. TMG started its own product as the first private sector meters factory in Egypt using the latest technologies for brass casting, along with automated testing & calibration lines in cooperation with Itron France. TMG through its technical team has been qualified as an authorized contractor in the fields of water networks, electrical works and civil construction, and is able to serve turnkey solutions in those fields.
DescriptionTechno Media group “TMG” was formed in 1992 as a specialized group in measurement & controlling systems for liquid & gas TMG provides its products & services to different segments within the local market & neighborhood countries (ea water – water waste – irrigation – oil & gas – industry – etc.)
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Egyptian public Authority for shore protection ministry of water Resources and irrigation.
AddressTeraet El Ismaileya St., Shoubra Elkhaymah ,kaliobeya ,Cairo-Egypt. 
Fax+202 44444991   
Tel+202 44443928    44440796      
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Helio Powe Tech
AddressNo.7 Block 12004 N.Industrial Zone, Al-Obour 
Fax+202 46652575    22909001
Tel+202 46652565         
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GoalsAffording and introducing the most advanced world technologies represented in the most supportive agencies and brands. Providing engineering consultation for various industrial fields. Designing and supplying complete conveying systems for any type of materials. Using pneumatic conveying system and mechanical conveying system.
AchievementDue to our commitment to customer satisfaction market knowledge and the ability to solve tough applications problems we have attained 68% local market share in the list of the fields of: -Automotive. - Paper. - Cement. - Petrochemicals. - Ceramics. - Petroleum. - Chemicals. - Pharmaceuticals. - Food. - Sanitary. - Sewage treatment. - Paints. - Water treatment.
DescriptionEver since 1987, the year when MOHAMED SHOUKRY setup the company HELIOPOWER has been recognized as ENGINEERING SOLUTION PROVIDER and partners in responsibility for industrial projects and environmental contracts.
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TECHNOSCIENT for lab & optical products S.A.E
Address13 Abdel Salam Aref Street (Ex Bustan Street) Bab El Louk, P.O. Box : 2737, Cairo, Egypt 
Fax+202 23920562    23934168
Tel+202 23930022    23924840      
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GoalsTo supply best quality products, reliable and high tech. instruments, technical support, and after sales service, all sum up to "long term customer relationship"
AchievementTechnoscient for Lab and Optical products ia an exclusive agent of international manufacturers for laboratory products: Leica Microsystems: all types of microscopes, image capture and analysis systems. Thermo Fisher Scientific: ovens, incubators, centrifuges, freezes, shakers, water baths, water purification systems and laminar flows. Thermo fisher orion: pH meters, conductivity meters, D.O. meters and water analysis systems, spectrophotometry and ion selective measurements. Sartorius Germany: all types of balances, filtration and ultrafiltration systems. GBC Australia: atomic absorption spectroscopy, UV-Visible spectrometry and X-ray diffraction.
DescriptionTechnoscient was established in 1978 by myself after a past 20 years of experience in that field , that makes us one of the Pioneers .We maintain excellent business relations with our principals, ever since Technoscient started is representing the same International Well Known Manufacturers.
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El Nasr Company For Intermediate Chemicals
AddressAlexandria Desert Road Km 28, Industrial Area, Abou-Rawash, Giza, Egypt 
Fax+202 35390 678   
Tel+202 35390 679    35391 640      
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GoalsTo stand above the competition and provide customers with premium quality fertilizer products in a safe, reliable, efficient and environmentally sound manner, deliver exceptional services and unparalleled customer support and achieve predictable earings.
AchievementEl Nasr Company for Intermediate Chemicals using the latest global technologies and modern techniques in their respective areas, which led to high quality of products while preserving the environment from all types of pollution.
DescriptionEl Nasr Company for chemicals was established in 1972, it is a pioneer company specialized in chemical industries, fertilizers, industrial and medical gases and household pesticides and insecticides.
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Holding Company for water and wastewater
AddressKornish El-Nil, Rod ElFarag -Elsahel 
Fax+202 24583884   
Tel+202 24583590         
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GoalsTo achieve international standards in managing water and waste water companies in Egypt. To manage water and wastewater companies to provide services according to Egyptian standards on economic and sustainable bases.
AchievementCollection and treatment and safe disposal of waste water. Purification and desalination, transmission, distribution and sale of drinking water.
DescriptionEgypt as a result of necessity to restructure sanitation and drinking water sector, created a holding company for drinking water, sanitation and the regulatory body for drinking water sanitation and consumer protection in 2004 to ensure the completion of the strategic objectives hoped implemented for the benefit of the Egyptian citizen.
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Utility & Positioning systems Ltd
Address181 Al-Sudan St., El-Mohandessin 
Fax+202 33049468    33049467
Tel+202 33049468    33049467      
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GoalsTo represent elite selected group of the largest and most specialized international manufacturers in water, wastewater, oil and gas industries fields providing the market with a wide range of quality systems.
DescriptionUtility and Positioning Systems, Ltd Co was founded in 2008 by a group of specialized engineers to be dedicated in all integrated measuring, monitoring, detecting and inspection systems for water, wastewater, oil and gas industries, in addition to all surveying and positioning systems as well.
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El-Diheby for Import & Export
Address13 Mohamed Tawfiq, wahba from mohamed el-makref st., Nasr City  
Fax+202 26772796   
Tel+202 26772796    26772187      
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GoalsTo achieve international standards in managing wastewater according to economic and sustainable bases.
AchievementSewage and waste water pumps, vertical, horizontal and with cardan shaft, submersible and dry with cooling jacket installation. Vertical water pumps and horizontal pumps made of cast-iron and stainless steel. Boosters pumps, constant and variable speed. Firefighting pumps, approved high pressure and submersible pumps for water desalination.
DescriptionWith an annual production of more than 16 million pump units, Grundfos is one of the world's leading pump manufacturers, and El-Diheby for Import & Export company is Grundfos-authorized distributor in Egypt.
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MWI Egypt for Manufacture and Maintenance
Address2 EL Mohawelat Street, Off El Ahram street, Giza, Egypt. 
Fax+202 35844403   
Tel+202 35844403    37809750      
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GoalsMWI Egypt is aiming to grow in Africa and the Middle East region in the next phase, seeing as the markets are growing and in need of companies with the experience, know – how and reliable products. To help make projects more stress free and less problematic.
AchievementDesign and development of hydraulically driven high volume water pumps for a variety of applications, including emergency pumping, flood control, storm water drainage, agriculture, construction dewatering, by-pass pumping, for municipal, private and industrial water supply as well as sewage applications and water treatment plants. Whether for sale, rent or lease.
DescriptionMWI Corporation is an extension of a business started by the Eller family in Deerfield Beach, Florida in 1926. Originally founded as a company engaged in the manufacture of iron and steel equipment, MWI realized the need for a reliable manufacturer of pumping stations for irrigation, drainage and flood control applications. Today, and more than ever, MWI is at the forefront of pump technology. Its custom designed pump systems are in use in over 50 countries throughout the world. We are committed to help the people of the world move water efficiently and reliably-with a spirit of friendliness and professionalism. MWI Corp has entered an agreement to establish its official Middle-East representative office, service workshop and manufacturing plant with MWI Egypt , in 2002; based in Giza, Egypt lead by Eng . Mohamed Mahmoud El Shomouty as the Chairman and Managing Director. Since its foundation, MWI Egypt has successfully provided over 100 units for major projects covering a wide spectrum of activities that enhanced development and growth within the public and private sectors in Egypt.
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