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Cairo Univ. Students Present ‘Ma’at’ in Graduation Project Embodying Dev’t


Mon 30 Mar 2020 | 04:00 PM
Ali Abu Dashish

Egyptian universities are still the center of thought and creativity in the homeland or as the ancient Egyptian “Bir Ankh” reported that it means the home of life.

The ancient Egyptian civilization was based on one component- “the Ma’at”- embodying the application of truth and justice.

A group of students at the Radio and Television Department at the Information Faculty, Cairo University, made a graduation project with a distinct and important idea embodying the same idea ‘Ma’at’ of ancient Egyptians.

The project discusses sustainable development plans in Egypt, and returns them to their Pharaonic origin, by linking the foundations of sustainable development issued by the United Nations (UN) and the ancient Egyptian Pharaonic civilization.

Meanwhile, the project's organizers explained that the project goal is to make the public familiar with the Egyptian Pharaonic origin depicting sustainable development, which includes several axes, namely the environment and the economy, along with the societal axis, for the Egyptian citizens to maximize their senses of belonging and responsibilities.

This distinguished project represents one of the Egyptian youth’s trends to develop their society and integrate its members in the global developments context, by linking them with their historical foundations of sustainable development concepts from ancient times.

On other hand, the graduation project “Maat” also targeted a group of closely related sources, headed by Dr. Hussein Abaza, the Environment Ministry Advisor and Dr. Wafik Naseer the World Parliament Member for the Environment.

The project was implemented by Aya Ezzat, Hadeer Muhammad, Islam Al-Shahat, Kamal Mahran, Rabab Muhammad, Israa Ibrahim, Ilham Yahya, Amira Rasmi, Iman Ibrahim, Iman Issam, Jihad Jamal, Adel Jihad, Hanan Sharif, Salma Ahmed, Fida Ahmed, Maria Ayad, Manar Ahmed, Menna Muhammad and Noha Salah as well as supervision of Prof. Mona Al-Badri.