- Reach out to new and established stakeholders and inform key players
- Expertise-oriented search engine to match potential cooperation partners
- Jointly organise capacity building for fellow researches and students
- Communicate upcoming events, publications and funding opportunities
As climate change, population growth and water shortages put increasing pressure on food security in the region, the German Science Centre in Cairo focused its annual conference on promoting sustainable agriculture in Egypt and Germany.
Within the framework of the UNESCO Japanese Fund-In-Trust (JFIT) Project titled “Urgent Capacity Development for Managing Natural Disaster Risks of Flash Floods in Egypt, Jordan, Sudan and Yemen”, the Training Workshop on “Numerical Modelling for Extreme Flash Flood Events in the Arid Regions” wa
Call closes: January 31, 2017.
Alumni Sonderprojekt: Seminar und Teilnahme an der Messe IFAT Environmental Technology Forum Africa 2017 in Johannesburg.
Call closes: January 16, 2017.
Alumni Sonderprojekt: Seminar und Teilnahme an der Messe AGRITECHNICA 2017 in Hannover.
Announcement of the German-African Innovation Incentive Award to an African researcher and his or her respective German cooperation partner.
Call closes: February 15, 2017.
The bilaterally financed funding scheme GERSS enables young Egyptian researchers enrolled in MSc, PhD programmes and young Post-Doctoral candidates for up to 6 months.
The bilaterally financed funding scheme GERLS enables Egyptian PhD candidates to complete their degree in Germany under the supervision of German professors.
The bilaterally financed funding scheme GE-SEED enables Egyptian and German researchers to collaborate on joint projects for up to 2 years.
Call for GE-SEED 2016/17 from 9.10.2016 - 5.12.2016 is now closed!
The German Science Centre Cairo supported an exchange campaign between Helwan University, the GIZ water & wastewater management program, Campus El Gouna and young talented researchers from Cairo University.
In recent years, flash floods in Wadi systems have caused severe damages, especially in the Arab regions. Human life, infrastructure such as roads and buildings as well as the environment are endangered and have been heavily destroyed.