Organic agriculture in Egypt dates back to the mid-1970s, though it should be pointed out that until the 1940s, Egyptian farmers used no fertilizers or pesticides on their crops. Prior to the construction of the Aswan High Dam, the Nile's annual flood swamped farmland and left behind a thick layer of fertile soil, which nurtured the land naturally.Learn More
All the activities and programs of Organic Egypt are designed to empower the organic agriculture sector in Egypt
We support the partner associations and other non-profit organizations by the following activities:
Awareness programs are vital; they help in developing the society and encourage the community to take positive actions.Learn More
The world is changing extremely fast nowadays in response of this pandemic Coronavirus (COVID 19), It seems like a shock that is affecting every creature in this world and the question is what will happen in the future and how can we strength our immune system to prevent ourselves in the light of this crisis. […]Learn More
All you need to make compost from waste products is a flat, ideally shaded location, where the
compost can be transported easily.