The Academy of Scientific Research and Technology (ASRT) is Egypt’s National Member Organization (NMO).
Main areas of collaborations:
Challenges and opportunities of renewable energy in Egypt
Sustainable resource management of water and land use
Projecting demographic change in Egypt
Increasing resilience to natural disasters
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22 December 2021
29 November 2021 Virtual event
21 November 2020 Virtual meeting
09 November 2023
07 August 2023
Mai Awad reflects on her participation in the North Africa Applied Systems Analysis Center (NAASAC) Applied Systems Analysis Diploma and how this has transformed her mindset around how systems thinking can empower decision makers to tackle complex global challenges and design impactful policy solutions for a better tomorrow.
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