Women Empowerment Supporter - Bedouin Community Women Empowerment Supporter - Bedouin Community Nuweiba, Egypt Habiba
Provide Bedouin women with everyday household knowledge, so that they can both support their own food needs as well as participate in crop exchanges with the community.
Food security for Bedouins Nuweiba, Egypt Habiba
Discover Bedouin lifestyles, new desert agriculture techniques, give back to the community & exchange cultural experiences. Make a lasting impact in Nuweiba.

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Project Details

Give back to the community while volunteering at our organic farm or our learning center and help us to build a strong and heallthy future!

The Habiba Organization which includes a communal organic farm and our learning center is dedicated to building a strong, healthy future for the entire South Sinai Community.

The Habiba Organization is based in Nuweiba, South Sinai, Egypt. Nuweiba is a previously prosperous tourist destination, however we are now aiming to redirect the communities interest and future towards organic agriculture and providing the community with after school classes. The community children do not have resources as children in big cities so we decided to start this after school learning center to give them a chance to express themselves and find out their talents and see the world in a different way , open their eyes and find best ways to manage their very limited resources and protect the environment.

The goals of the Habiba Organization are to simulaneously provide opportunities for the next generation, as well as support the community in achieving a sustainable income from environmentally friendly farming practices.

The main focus of the project is on
Foundation Year
2013
Contact Person
Maged El Said
Maged El Said
Spoken Languages
English
Arabic
Italian

Social Impact

Our efforts are to create sustainable, environmentally friendly income for the local community. Also we want to engage partners, universities, and organizations from around the world to build a model sustainable community in the desert.


Pursued Sustainable Development Goals

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