Posted by: miktechnology | December 21, 2011

10 Proposed Projects for land Reform and Power Generation to Sustain the Life of the People of Egypt


10 Proposed Projects for land Reform and Power Generation to Sustain the Life of the People of Egypt

MIK Technology, Houston, Texas USA

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Maher.Kelada@miktechnology.com

Abstract:
Egypt is one of the most populous countries in Africa and the Middle East. Current population exceeds 80 million people with most of them live near the banks of the Nile River. Egypt’s area is 1,000,000 km2 of mostly desert with only 5% of arable land. Several international organizations estimate Egypt’s population in 2050 between 113- 128 millions. However, the estimate of local media approaches 200 million!

Existing infrastructure and local municipal resources can’t support its normal growth. This situation is further complicated by continuous populace migration from dilapidated poor rural community to towns hoping for better life. Population growth and the fast rate of urbanization seem to suffocate Egyptian towns and exacerbate the problems with its antiquated utilities and service systems. Means to provide simplest essentials of life to the unregulated random communities are no longer available, causing fractures in the morality and integrity of many citizens that cannot afford their daily bread!

It will be crucial that a serious mitigation plan must be considered by all responsible parties in the Egyptian community to relief the agony of the people of Egypt. A plan that does not consider displacing or relocating people to barren land, but a plan that provide security, basic needs and respectable living to every Egyptian family. It has been said, “Whoever does not command the means to feed himself can neither feel freedom nor dignity – M. H. Mubarak”. Words of wisdom alone do not feed the hungry, without the intent to reform.

MIK Technology vision is to harness the potential of water for the advancement of human welfare. This small emerging company with its genuine technologies and fresh ideas strongly believes that it can help alleviating the suffering of millions. MIK Technology is offering a plan to reclaim new arable land, enrich depleted soil and generating renewable energy. Our plan will help in relieving the consequences of high population density in the Nile Valley and create more stable and prosperous communities.

No doubt that the Egyptian Government is eager to secure decent living to its citizens. In our attempt to complement this effort, we are proposing new obscured sources and means for developing more than 2 million acres of arable land, potentially saving the Nile Delta from sea flooding and avoiding displacement of 10 million of people. The price is high, but we have to attempt the impossible to prevent the demise of the world’s first civilization!

MIK Technology plan comprises the following:

  1. Maximizing the use of Egypt’s land depressions:
      1. Qattara Depression self-sufficiency development.
      2. El Farafra Oasis development.
      3. Toshka Depression development.
      4. El Bardawil Lake development
  2. Expanding arable land along the Nile Valley.
  3. Saving the Nile Delta from flooding.

All of these are a payback of Aswan High Dam Hidden Treasure… “The Alluvium”!

Figure 2: Our Vision for Reclaiming and Saving the Land of Egypt by year 2050
This map highlights the following proposed projects:

1. Qattara Depression
2. El Farafra Oasis
3. Toshka Depression Land Development
4. Nile Valley Expansion I & II
5. Toshka Lakes Modifications
6. Lake Bardawil
7. Alluvium Operation
8. Heavy Service Railroad
9. Eastern Infrastructure Development
10. Saving the Delta

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EXCERPTS TAKEN FROM FULL WHITE PAPER [DOWNLOAD NOW]
Maher.Kelada@miktechnology.com

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