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Sekem: A Sustainable Community in the Egyptian Desert - Ibrahim Abouleish
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The Egyptian desert can be a hostile place. Yet in 1977, Dr Ibrahim Abouleish founded a new agricultural and social settlement on seventy hectares of desert land in Belbes, 60 km north east of Cairo. The "Sekem" initiative was born. Dr Abouleish's goals were to build a new type of sustainable community. His vision was for a farm which grew biodynamic crops and plants out of the harsh desert sand. Where the workers and residents were given holistic primary health care. Where their children were well-educated in the sciences. A place which could sell its wares and be self-sufficient and self-sustaining. A place where Islamic religion and Western technology could come together in harmony. Nearly thirty years later and Sekem has gone from strength to strength. In 1981 it shipped its first medicinal herbs to the USA; by 2004, it oversaw a network of over 800 farms across Egypt and the Sudan, producing high quality organic crops, herbs, fruits and vegetables. Its mobile health units work with local rural populations and it has brought about real social change. This is the story of "Sekem" - the original vision, the challenges and hard work, and the eventual successes - in Ibrahim Abouleish's own words. Stunningly illustrated with colour photographs throughout. business and investing,economics,environmental economics,globalization,politics and government,politics and social sciences,popular economics,specific topics Business & Investing, Floris Books

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Sekem: A Sustainable Community in the Egyptian Desert
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Abouleish, Ibrahim

Titre:

Sekem: A Sustainable Community in the Egyptian Desert

ISBN:

0863155324

The Egyptian desert can be a hostile place, yet in 1977, Dr. Ibrahim Abouleish founded a new agricultural and social settlement on seventy hectares of desert land in Belbes, 60 kilometers northeast of Cairo. Thus, the Sekem initiative was born. Nearly thirty years later, Sekem has only grown stronger. In 1981, the people of this community shipped their first medicinal herbs to the U.S., and by 2004, they oversaw a network of more than 800 farms in Egypt and the Sudan, producing high quality organic crops, herbs, fruits, and vegetables. The community's mobile health units work with local rural populations, and real social change has been the results of its efforts

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780863155321
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0863155324
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Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2005
Editeur: FLORIS
240 Pages
Poids: 0,608 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 0863155324

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