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Sadd Al-Kafara ... the oldest dam in the world

This case study has been compiled in 2012-13 (phase III) with the support of the Anna Lindh Foundation (ALF).

Credits

Author: Lamia Magdy, AOYE l.magdy@raednetwork.org

Animation: DigiMagix, www.digimagix.gr

Coordination, editing (eng): Iro Alampei, MIO-ECSDE

 

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A few words on the Arab Office for Youth and Environment (AOYE)

AOYE seeks to be one of the best NGOs working in the field of Environment and Sustainable Developmental on the national, Arab, Mediterranean and International levels through comprehensive environmental action plan with an economical sustainable approach. It was established in 1978 to promote the awareness of environmental issues and active stewardship for our environment in Egypt, Arab Nations and the world beyond. Since its inception in 1978, AOYE has trained thousands of Youth and Adults through environmental camps, scientific symposia and special community projects.

AOYE is the Secretariat of the Arab Network for Environment and Development (RAED) that involves more than 100 NGOs from Arab countries who share their experiences and exchange information on environmental and developmental issues in the Middle East. As the secretariat for RAED, AOYE publishes a monthly newsletter titled “Montada El-Biah”. AOYE is a member NGO of MIO-ECSDE.

Postal Address: 3A Masaken Masr lel-Taameer, Zahraa El-Maadi Str., Zahraa El-Maadi, Cairo, Egypt

E: aoye@link.net | W: www.aoye.org | T: +20 2 25161519| F: +20 2 25162961