The Egyptian Center for Strategic Studies (ECSS) issued Friday a report titled "The Villages of Egypt in 10 Years: From Marginalization to Decent Life."
The Ministry of Planning and Economic Development indicated in a statement Thursday.
The government is also doing the same with another canal that passes through three governorates.
Once al-Hammam Wastewater Treatment Plant in the North Coast is inaugurated, Egypt would be the world’s most water-recycling country, according to the minister of irrigation.
The progress rate of the project has been detailed.
The project spans over 2.2 million feddans (one feddan equals 4,500 square meters).
The premier referred to several projects in this concern.
The president made the announcement Monday.
That was while inaugurating via video-conference Bahr Al Baqar Wastewater Treatment Plant, which is the world's largest.
It will serve the reclamation of 400 feddans (one feddan equals 4,500 square meters) in Sinai.
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli announced the news Wednesday during a conference titled "Builders of Egypt."
The workshop was organized by the International Water management Institute (IWMI) – ReWater MENA project, in collaboration with Arab Countries Water Utilities Association (ACWUA) during the period April 4-11, 2021.
The daily capacity of a prospective plant is equal to that of the existing ones combined.
Egypt has set a number of green projects to accomplish within its Vision 2030.
The first batch is worth LE50 million.
Those are located in 106 villages across 18 governorates.
"Officials who aren’t able to impose order by dealing with construction violations have to resign," President Sisi.
The projects are constructed within a strategy to increase Egypt's water resources, and secure water for irrigation.
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli and a number of ministers visited Aswan to check on a number of projects and facilities.
EL-Gazzar clarified, in a statement, that 295 projects for drinking water had been completed at a cost of LE 38.5 billion.