Egypt plans to raise crops in sub-Saharan Africa | glObserver Global Economics


The countries covered by the Egyptian project for foreign agriculture have an abundance and diversity of water sources, but declining agricultural development due to lack of funding and agricultural machinery.

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The Sudanese government had allocated 200,000 acres in Damazin and Kassala as the project’s first stage in Egypt. The Egyptians chose cotton crops and sunflower as a start to cultivate Damazin, where 20,000 acres are currently being cultivated, out of a total of 100,000 acres.

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