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Egypt to launch safe haven project for wildlife in Fayoum

Minister of Environment Yasmin Fouad confirmed that a preliminary study to establish a safe haven project for wildlife in Fayoum has been completed.

The foundation project will be laid soon, within the first phase, at a cost of approximately one billion Egyptian pounds.

“It is imperative that the project be managed as an environmental, economic, and investment model that achieves the economic, social, and environmental interests of all parties, while providing for the environmental sustainability of the project as integrated axes”, the minister said in an interview with Youm7.
The safe haven project for wildlife will add a new destination for ecotourism, with activities that conserve biodiversity.
It represents a new type of ecotourism that achieves integration and diversity in protected areas, and utilizing natural resources in a way that maintains sustainable development.

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