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Corniche seaside street and seafront of the city of Alexandria, Egypt
The city is sinking, and as it does so, seawater is seeping into the fertile delta. More than 90 per cent of Egypt is desert and the increased risk of saline contamination of the most productive agricultural region is potentially catastrophic.
Water Science Policy
This study aims among others to (a) delineate the susceptible areas to the flash flood hazards of the Wadi Qena Basin (WQB); (b) assess the effects of the flash flood on the under-construction urban areas and infrastructures of the NQC.
Natural Hazards (Springer)
Temple of Medinet Habu. Egypt, Luxor. The Mortuary Temple of Ramesses III at Medinet Habu is an important New Kingdom period structure in the West Bank of Luxor in Egypt
Institute led dismantling and reconstruction of three monumental gates in danger of collapse
University of Chicago

DRR Community in Egypt


Sendai Framework Focal Point

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National Platform

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National policies and plans


The current NAP of Egypt is formulated to comprise of four parts, each of which geared to address and focus on the specific attributes of the four agro-ecological zones distinguished in Egypt, priorities of action and striking desertification processes

Egypt - government

The main objective of Egypt’s National Strategy for Adaptation to Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction is to increase the flexibility of the Egyptian community when dealing with the risks and disasters that might be caused by climate change and its

Egypt - government

Egypt is implementing the Sendai fFramework through national activities and actively participates in the process of formulating progress indicators, which are being discussed through the Open-ended Intergovernmental Expert Working Group on Indicators and

Egypt - government

Risk and governance profile(s)

Cover- Egypt VNR MTR
Egypt's Voluntary National Report for the Midterm Review of the Implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030 (MTR SF).
Egypt - government

Egypt is considered highly vulnerable to climate change due to its primary dependence on the Nile River, which serves needs for potable water, agriculture, industry, fish farming, power generation, inland river navigation, mining, oil and gas exploration

World Bank, the