Egypt to offer new lands in 1.5 million-Feddan Project tomorrow
Egyptian Countryside Development will launch Wednesday 100 land plots over 230 feddans for small-scale farmers in Moghra area, among 1.5 million-Feddan Project, according to its chief executive head Ater Hanoura.
Moghra area is located around 60km (37.3 miles) south of El Alamein town in Marsa Matrouh Governorate. The town lies 106km (66 miles) west of Alexandria and 240km (149 miles) northwest of Cairo.
On December 30, 2015, Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi launched in Farafra the 1.5 million Feddan Project, which is one of mega national flagships and the pillars of a step toward the future. This project, which aims to achieve sustainable development, is a model for the modern Egyptian countryside Company that will be a model for a series of villages, addressing the problems of the past and invest the present elements.