Mohamed Abdel Fadil Shousha, governor of North Sinai, said that the development meetings are a step towards improving Bedouin areas.
He pointed out that it includes houses, farms, agricultural houses and training centers, which ensure the stay and the culture and stability of the citizens, as well as production and work opportunities for the children of each region.
The governor announced during his meeting with the leaders of the municipal councils that the communities had already carried out this project under the name of food aid, including financing the construction of Bedouin houses and wells together with food items. The project was completed and modified and implemented in the form from integrated development communities, agricultural crops and open cultivation of fruit and vegetable trees from olives, pomegranates, apples, figs, etc., as well as fish farms and sheep and goat breeding in accordance with the Sinai environment, as well as training centers and workshops.
He called on the governor to choose the best way to manage the project and to ensure that his goals are achieved and take advantage of meeting development, and that the people of each region are involved in the management and the production to ensure continuity with the opening of outlets for products after free allocation to the population of the region and to train them according to the philosophy. the project.
He pointed out that for each group led by the village a board of directors was established and that the selection of the people was made and he agreed to open a second industrial or agricultural technical seminar within the framework of the project to to rehabilitate villagers and villages alongside work and production. Work and production.
For his part, Eng said. Mustafa Ayesh Mahmoud, head of the Tameer area in North Sinai, that 13 meetings have been completed on an area of 450 hectares in the center of Sinai and the well of Al-Abd in the areas Al-Rawwaq, Sadr Al-Hitan Al-Abdullah. The total cost of building these communities amounted to 56 million and 235 thousand pounds, and the maintenance costs amounted to 37 million pounds, a total of more than 93 million pounds.
He added that the Bedouin women, in order to maintain success and get the best out of the project, are interested in setting up training centers and workshops to teach women to read, needlework, sew, embroider, detail, knit and other needlework to preserve Sinai folklore. A material return for Bedouin women.
He stressed that during the project many vegetables, fruit, agricultural crops, fish and other crops were produced, which encouraged the Bedouin in these meetings to produce and develop, and also to create many and varied employment opportunities for young people.
The meeting was attended by Brigadier General Osama Al-Ghandour, assistant secretary for Middle Sinai, Saeed Arrada, deputy governor for the Rafah and Sheikh Zuwaid sector, engineer Mustafa Ayesh, head of the Tameer region in North Sinai, engineer Hussam Al-Sharif, Mohamed Radwan, director general of housing, Mohamed El Sayed, director general of finance, director of the relevant departments of the headquarters of the government, and dr. Salah Saqr, adviser for fisheries at Al-Arish University.