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New Borg El Arab
برج العرب الجديدة
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New Borg El Arab is located in Egypt
New Borg El Arab
New Borg El Arab
Location in Egypt
Coordinates: 30°50′56″N 29°36′42″E / 30.84889°N 29.61167°E / 30.84889; 29.61167Coordinates: 30°50′56″N 29°36′42″E / 30.84889°N 29.61167°E / 30.84889; 29.61167
CountryEgypt
GovernorateAlexandria
Founded1979[1]
Government
 • Head of city AuthorityEl Sayed Hammam[2]
Area
 • Total191 km2 (74 sq mi)
Elevation
28 m (92 ft)
Population
 (2022)
 • Total170,000
 • Density890.1/km2 (2,305/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+2 (EET)
Post code
21934[3]
Area code(+20) 3
WebsiteNew Borg El Arab Authority

New Borg El Arab (Arabic: برج العرب الجديدة Borg el-ʿArab el-Gedīda) is a new Egyptian city of the first generation, located in Alexandria Governorate,[4] and administratively affiliated to the New Urban Communities Authority.[5] It was established by decree of the President of the Arab Republic of Egypt No. 506 dated December 5, 1979 under the name" New Amria City",[6] and it remained in that name until the decision of the Chairman of the council was issued. Ministers No. 1532 dated July 31, 1989 amending its name to become the New Borg El Arab city, with a total area of 47,403 acres (191 km2), about 55 km away from Alexandria, about 8 km from the Mediterranean coast and the Alexandria Matrouh coastal road, and about 3 km from Borg El Arab.[7]

New Borg El Arab was established to reduce congestion in Alexandria and to be a natural extension of it. The city is organizationally divided into thirteen residential neighborhoods, comprising many schools, nurseries, buildings for government services, commercial complexes, hospitals, banks, sports clubs, recreational areas, and an area for universities And a technological zone,[8] as well as ten industrial zones that include various industrial activities. The city's location is characterized by being located on a land 28 meters higher than sea level, which makes its climate dry and not humid. The population of the city, according to the statistics of 2022, is about 170 thousand people.[9]

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Alexandria Governorate

Alexandria Governorate

Alexandria Governorate is one of the governorates of Egypt. The city of Alexandria was historically the capital of Egypt until the foundation of Fustat, which was later absorbed into Cairo. Today the Alexandria governorate is considered second in importance after the Cairo Governorate. It is located in the northern part of the country, directly on the Mediterranean Sea, making it one of the most important harbours in Egypt.

New Urban Communities Authority

New Urban Communities Authority

New Urban Communities Authority is an Egyptian government authority affiliated with the Ministry of Housing. Its headquarters are in Sheikh Zayed City. It was established in accordance with law No. 59/1979.

Alexandria

Alexandria

Alexandria is the second largest city in Egypt, and the largest city on the Mediterranean coast. Founded in c. 331 BC by Alexander the Great, Alexandria grew rapidly and became a major centre of Hellenic civilisation, eventually replacing Memphis, in present-day Greater Cairo, as Egypt's capital. During the Hellenistic period, it was home to the Lighthouse of Alexandria, which ranked among the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, as well as the storied Library of Alexandria. Today, the library is reincarnated in the disc-shaped, ultramodern Bibliotheca Alexandrina. Its 15th-century seafront Qaitbay Citadel is now a museum. Called the "Bride of the Mediterranean" by locals, Alexandria is a popular tourist destination and an important industrial centre due to its natural gas and oil pipelines from Suez.

Borg El Arab

Borg El Arab

Borg el-Arab is an industrial city in the governorate of Alexandria, Egypt. It is located about 52 kilometers south-west of Alexandria and some seven kilometers from the Mediterranean coast. North of Borg El Arab is the King Maryut resort and Lake Maryut. South of Borg El Arab is New Borg El Arab City. The city has an airport, Borg El Arab Airport, that serves nearly 250,000 passengers every year. Borg El Arab is widely considered an extension of the city of Alexandria.

History

The history of the establishment of New Borg El Arab city dates back to 1979, when the President of the Arab Republic of Egypt, Anwar Sadat, issued Decree No. 506 on December 5, 1979, which stipulated the allocation of state-owned desert lands in the Matrouh Governorate to establish a new urban complex under the name "New Amiriya City",[10] The area of the new city was determined at 225 km2, and actual planning for the city began in 1981, and the city remained in this name until the decision of the Egyptian Prime Minister Atef Sedky No. 1032 on September 14, 1989 to amend its name to become "New Borg El Arab city", after the visit of the President Egyptian Hosni Mubarak to the city in November 1988.

Since its inception, the city was within the administrative scope of Matrouh Governorate,[11] and remained so until it was annexed to the Alexandria Governorate by decision of the President of the Arab Republic of Egypt Hosni Mubarak No. 101 on March 8, 1990, and the city at that time consisted only of some areas of the first district, where the number of units that It was built into approximately 2,500 housing units divided into low-cost housing, economic housing, medium housing, and above-average housing, in addition to the first and second industrial areas, and in the same year the population of the city reached nearly 4000 people, while the plan included that the city's population would reach about 100,000 people within ten years of its establishment.

In 1992, a plot of 100 acres was allocated for the establishment of The City of Scientific Research and Technological Applications,[12] and in 2009 a plot of 200 acres was allocated for the establishment of the Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology,[13] and in 2012 the Ministry of Housing, Utilities & Urban Communities began preparing the new general plan for the city. Until the year 2032, which is the second plan of the city since its establishment, where the new plan aims to increase the residential neighborhoods and industrial areas,[14] and the Ministry completed the development of the general plan in January 2014, and was officially approved in 2018, and in May 2019 the general plan was modified by changing the activities of the Green Belt.[15]

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Anwar Sadat

Anwar Sadat

Muhammad Anwar el-Sadat was an Egyptian politician and military officer who served as the third president of Egypt, from 15 October 1970 until his assassination by fundamentalist army officers on 6 October 1981. Sadat was a senior member of the Free Officers who overthrew King Farouk in the Egyptian Revolution of 1952, and a close confidant of President Gamal Abdel Nasser, under whom he served as Vice President twice and whom he succeeded as president in 1970. In 1978, Sadat and Menachem Begin, Prime Minister of Israel, signed a peace treaty in cooperation with United States President Jimmy Carter, for which they were recognized with the Nobel Peace Prize.

Matrouh Governorate

Matrouh Governorate

Matrouh Governorate is one of the governorates of Egypt. Located in the north-western part of the country, it borders Libya. Its capital is Mersa Matruh.

Atef Sedky

Atef Sedky

Atef Mohamed Naguib Sedky was the Prime Minister of Egypt from 1986 until 1996. He replaced Aly Mahmoud Lotfy on November 10, 1986.

Hosni Mubarak

Hosni Mubarak

Muhammad Hosni El Sayed Mubarak was an Egyptian politician and military officer who served as the fourth president of Egypt from 1981 to 2011.

Alexandria Governorate

Alexandria Governorate

Alexandria Governorate is one of the governorates of Egypt. The city of Alexandria was historically the capital of Egypt until the foundation of Fustat, which was later absorbed into Cairo. Today the Alexandria governorate is considered second in importance after the Cairo Governorate. It is located in the northern part of the country, directly on the Mediterranean Sea, making it one of the most important harbours in Egypt.

City of Scientific Research and Technological Applications

City of Scientific Research and Technological Applications

The City of Scientific Research and Technological Applications (SRTA-City) is an Egyptian research institution, established by the 1993 Presidential Decree No. 85 and opened on 13 August 2000 to develop scientific technologies in the various industrial and research fields.

Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology

Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology

Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology is an Egyptian university with a Japanese partnership, established by Presidential Decree No. 149 of 2009 as a university based on scientific research and diversified education. By strengthening ties and cooperation between Egyptian and Japanese academic institutions, as well as industrial companies, to conduct applied research with the application of Japanese educational standards, policies and systems, and to learn about the latest Japanese technologies, systems and technology.

Ministry of Housing, Utilities & Urban Communities (Egypt)

Ministry of Housing, Utilities & Urban Communities (Egypt)

Ministry of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities (MOHUUC) is the Egyptian ministry responsible for the construction, and infrastructure of urban communities and utilities. Its headquarters are located in Cairo and Assem el Gazzar has served as minister since 2019. This ministry works in affiliation with the New Urban Communities Authority.

Geography and Climate

Geography

New Borg El Arab is located in Alexandria Governorate, Egypt, at latitude 30° 50' 56" North, longitude 29° 36' 42" East, bounded on the north by Borg El Arab city, on the east Borg El Arab Airport, on the west El Hamam in the Matrouh Governorate and on the south Amreya.

The prevailing climate in New Borg El Arab city is desert climate, characterized by its hot summer and somewhat humid winter, and the average annual temperature is 24.42 degrees Celsius, and January is the coldest month of the year with an average of 11.9 degrees Celsius, and August is the hottest with an average of 25.3 degrees Celsius, and for the level of humidity It is low due to the dry nature of the area and its height above sea level of about 28 meters. The average annual rainfall is about 109 mm.[16]

Climate

The city is characterized by a relative calm wind, except during the times of "The Khamaseen" winds and during the winter periods, and it blows during the autumn and summer from the north and northwest direction, and from the southeast direction during the spring and winter seasons.

Climate data for New Borg El Arab
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Average high °C (°F) 17.0
(62.6)
18.0
(64.4)
19.9
(67.8)
24.0
(75.2)
26.4
(79.5)
29.4
(84.9)
29.5
(85.1)
30.5
(86.9)
28.1
(82.6)
27.4
(81.3)
23.4
(74.1)
19.4
(66.9)
24.42
(75.96)
Daily mean °C (°F) 11.9
(53.4)
13.0
(55.4)
14.7
(58.5)
17.8
(64.0)
21.0
(69.8)
24.1
(75.4)
24.9
(76.8)
25.3
(77.5)
23.9
(75.0)
21.7
(71.1)
18.1
(64.6)
14.2
(57.6)
19.22
(66.60)
Average low °C (°F) 6.9
(44.4)
8.1
(46.6)
9.5
(49.1)
11.7
(53.1)
15.6
(60.1)
18.9
(66.0)
20.4
(68.7)
20.2
(68.4)
19.7
(67.5)
16.1
(61.0)
12.8
(55.0)
9.1
(48.4)
14.08
(57.34)
Average rainfall mm (inches) 31
(1.2)
16
(0.6)
10
(0.4)
1
(0.0)
1
(0.0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
3
(0.1)
23
(0.9)
24
(0.9)
109
(4.3)
Average relative humidity (%) 65 61 59 58 61 66 68 70 66 67 66 66 64.4
Mean daily sunshine hours 7.3 8 9.1 10.5 11.3 11.7 11.4 10.3 9.8 8.6 7.9 7.2 9.4
Source: climate-data.org,[17]

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Alexandria Governorate

Alexandria Governorate

Alexandria Governorate is one of the governorates of Egypt. The city of Alexandria was historically the capital of Egypt until the foundation of Fustat, which was later absorbed into Cairo. Today the Alexandria governorate is considered second in importance after the Cairo Governorate. It is located in the northern part of the country, directly on the Mediterranean Sea, making it one of the most important harbours in Egypt.

Egypt

Egypt

Egypt, officially the Arab Republic of Egypt, is a transcontinental country spanning the northeast corner of Africa and southwest corner of Asia via a land bridge formed by the Sinai Peninsula. It is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea to the north, the Gaza Strip of Palestine and Israel to the northeast, the Red Sea to the east, Sudan to the south, and Libya to the west. The Gulf of Aqaba in the northeast separates Egypt from Jordan and Saudi Arabia. Cairo is the capital and largest city of Egypt, while Alexandria, the second-largest city, is an important industrial and tourist hub at the Mediterranean coast. At approximately 100 million inhabitants, Egypt is the 14th-most populated country in the world.

Borg El Arab

Borg El Arab

Borg el-Arab is an industrial city in the governorate of Alexandria, Egypt. It is located about 52 kilometers south-west of Alexandria and some seven kilometers from the Mediterranean coast. North of Borg El Arab is the King Maryut resort and Lake Maryut. South of Borg El Arab is New Borg El Arab City. The city has an airport, Borg El Arab Airport, that serves nearly 250,000 passengers every year. Borg El Arab is widely considered an extension of the city of Alexandria.

Borg El Arab Airport

Borg El Arab Airport

Borg El Arab International Airport is the international airport of Alexandria, Egypt. It is located about 40 km (25 mi) southwest of Alexandria, in Borg El Arab. The airport also serves the nearby areas of the Nile Delta.

El Hamam

El Hamam

El Hamam is the easternmost city in the Matrouh Governorate, Egypt, located on the Mediterranean coast close to the border with the Alexandria Governorate.

Matrouh Governorate

Matrouh Governorate

Matrouh Governorate is one of the governorates of Egypt. Located in the north-western part of the country, it borders Libya. Its capital is Mersa Matruh.

Amreya

Amreya

Amreya is a city in Alexandria, Egypt. It contains an industrial zone with many factories and petroleum refineries.

Desert

Desert

A desert is a barren area of landscape where little precipitation occurs and, consequently, living conditions are hostile for plant and animal life. The lack of vegetation exposes the unprotected surface of the ground to denudation. About one-third of the land surface of the Earth is arid or semi-arid. This includes much of the polar regions, where little precipitation occurs, and which are sometimes called polar deserts or "cold deserts". Deserts can be classified by the amount of precipitation that falls, by the temperature that prevails, by the causes of desertification or by their geographical location.

Sunshine duration

Sunshine duration

Sunshine duration or sunshine hours is a climatological indicator, measuring duration of sunshine in given period for a given location on Earth, typically expressed as an averaged value over several years. It is a general indicator of cloudiness of a location, and thus differs from insolation, which measures the total energy delivered by sunlight over a given period.

General Scheme

Dar MisrMallCentral ParkThe central axisBorg El Arab Technological University
Dar Misr
Dar MisrMallCentral ParkThe central axisBorg El Arab Technological University
Mall
Dar MisrMallCentral ParkThe central axisBorg El Arab Technological University
Central Park
Dar MisrMallCentral ParkThe central axisBorg El Arab Technological University
The central axis
Dar MisrMallCentral ParkThe central axisBorg El Arab Technological University
Borg El Arab Technological University

The total area of New Borg El Arab city is 47,403 acres, divided into residential, service, industrial, and recreational areas. The city is organizationally divided into thirteen residential neighborhoods, other than the industrial areas, as follows:

  • The first district which is the city center and includes various categories of housing, economic, average, above average, and distinguished, as well as the city authority, the banks area, the city of engineers,[18] the general hospital, the medical administration, private medical centers, commercial complexes, the police department, a civil defense point, The Civil Registry, the Palace of Culture, the Youth center,[19] the Post Office, public and private schools, and the Central Park.
  • The second district includes economic and medium housing categories, a health unit, commercial complexes, public and private schools,[20] and a civil defense point.
  • The third district includes the middle and above-average housing categories, Petrosport Club, the Supply Office, the new court, commercial complexes, the National Social Security Authority building, public schools, the temporary building of the Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology, and the high-end housing project "Dar Misr".[21]
  • The fourth district includes distinct housing categories, residential complexes under construction, and sports clubs, which are Smouha SC, Al Ittihad Alexandria Club – under construction – and Egyptian Shooting Club – under construction -.
  • The fifth district includes the categories of upper-middle and distinguished housing, housing complexes, and plots of land under construction.
  • The sixth district includes economic and medium housing categories, a drinking water lift station, and the Justice City project.[22]
  • The seventh district includes the economic and medium housing categories, the "Build Your Home" residential projects and housing for lawyers.
  • The eighth district includes the economic and medium housing categories, the social housing project, the Ministry of Awqaf buildings project, government schools, a youth center, a health unit, and commercial centers.
  • The ninth district includes economic and medium housing categories, and a housing project for all Egyptians.
  • The tenth district includes economic and medium housing categories, and some private residential complexes.
  • The districts 11, 12 and 13 are still empty lands that have not been allocated or connected to facilities.
  • The Universities district is located between the third district and the sixth district. It includes the City of Scientific Research and Technological Applications,[23] Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology,[24] International Branch of Alexandria University,[25] Borg El Arab Technological University, Arab Open University – under construction – and The technology zone.[26]
  • The central axis which is the main service axis in the city, and extends throughout the city from east to west, and includes Senghor University – under construction -,[27] the city center, mosques, a civil defense point, the Church of the Virgin Mary, Borg El Arab University Hospital, the public parking For passenger transport, commercial complexes, car licensing unit, and the central wholesale market.
  • The East of the city area a mixed area east of the city, extends to Borg El Arab International Airport, which includes cemeteries, Saint Mark's College Club, a central security camp, an armed forces camp, and industrial areas under construction.
  • Industrial zones the first, second and sixth industrial zones are located in the east of the city, while the third, fourth and fifth are located in the south of the city

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Youth center

Youth center

A youth center or youth centre, often called youth club, is a place where young people can meet and participate in a variety of activities, for example table football, association football, basketball, table tennis, video games, occupational therapy and religious activities. Youth clubs and centres vary in their activities across the globe, and have diverse histories based on shifting cultural, political and social contexts and relative levels of state funding or voluntary action.

Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology

Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology

Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology is an Egyptian university with a Japanese partnership, established by Presidential Decree No. 149 of 2009 as a university based on scientific research and diversified education. By strengthening ties and cooperation between Egyptian and Japanese academic institutions, as well as industrial companies, to conduct applied research with the application of Japanese educational standards, policies and systems, and to learn about the latest Japanese technologies, systems and technology.

Smouha SC

Smouha SC

Smouha Sporting Club, simply known as Smouha, is an Egyptian sports club based in Alexandria, Egypt. The club is mainly known for its professional football team, which currently plays in the Egyptian Premier League, the highest tier of the Egyptian football league system.

Al Ittihad Alexandria Club

Al Ittihad Alexandria Club

Al Ittihad Alexandria Club, simply known as Al Ittihad, is an Egyptian sports club based in Alexandria, Egypt. The club is mainly known for its professional football team, which currently plays in the Egyptian Premier League, the highest league in the Egyptian football league system.

Egyptian Shooting Club

Egyptian Shooting Club

Egyptian Shooting Club is an Egyptian club based in Giza, Egypt with several branches in Dokki, 6th of October City, Katamya, Port Said and Alexandria. The original idea of the club was to provide an area for all Egyptian shooters to express their hobby. Nowadays, It is not only the Egyptian shooters but for every one who wants to play any sport or to develop any hobby, the shooting club will help by providing class pitches and platforms for several sports and hobbies. It was founded in 1938 by a royal decree from King Farouk I of Egypt and then was called The Royal Egyptian Shooting Club. The club has its own football team that is participating in the Egyptian Third Division

City of Scientific Research and Technological Applications

City of Scientific Research and Technological Applications

The City of Scientific Research and Technological Applications (SRTA-City) is an Egyptian research institution, established by the 1993 Presidential Decree No. 85 and opened on 13 August 2000 to develop scientific technologies in the various industrial and research fields.

International Branch of Alexandria University

International Branch of Alexandria University

International Branch of Alexandria University is national, non-profit Egyptian university that is part of Alexandria University, The decision was issued to establish it by the Alexandria University Council on October 29, 2019. It is located in the universities area in the new Borg El Arab city at Alexandria Governorate on an area of about 350 acres. The university will focus entirely on international programs and colleges and will become the international extension of the University of Alexandria. Education at the university will be based on the system of special programs taught in a credit-hours method, and it is expected that the cost of establishing the branch will reach about five billion Egyptian pounds over ten years.

Borg El Arab Technological University

Borg El Arab Technological University

Borg El Arab Technological University is a national, non-profit Egyptian university, one of the technological universities that are established in accordance with Law No. 72 of 2019 which organize the establishment of technological universities in Egypt, which are educational institutions that follow the method of education and training for students in various specialties needed by the labor market while developing and building the skills necessary to enroll graduates in the labor market directly. The university is located in the universities district in New Borg El Arab city in Alexandria Governorate, on an area of 42 thousand square meters.

Arab Open University

Arab Open University

The Arab Open University (AOU) is a non-profit university. The inception of AOU is a personal initiative by Prince Talal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the Chairman of the AOU Board of Trustees. In December 2000, Kuwait was designated to host the Headquarters of AOU.

Senghor University

Senghor University

The French-speaking International University for African Development or Senghor University is a private university in Alexandria, established by decree of the President of the Arab Republic of Egypt No. 272 ​​in May 1989 under an agreement between the Organisation internationale de la Francophonie and the Egyptian government, it officially opened in October 1990. The university was established to serve development issues In the continent of Africa, and plays a role in training African cadres entrusted with the advancement of the various countries of the continent. It is named after the writer and former Senegalese President Leopold Senghor. Its current headquarters is located in Mansheya Square in Alexandria, with ten other branches in Africa and Europe, on establishing its permanent headquarters in New Borg El Arab city, the university grants a master's degree in development in the fields of health, environment, culture, administration, education and administration. The university follows the European Bologna system which is approved by the European Union. The university currently receives about 200 students annually, and the number of The university's graduates since its inception are 2043 students.

Borg El Arab University Hospital

Borg El Arab University Hospital

Borg El Arab University Hospital is a teaching hospital One of Alexandria University Hospitals, its included on the first governmental center specialized in treating children cancer free of charge in Egypt. It was established in 2008 as a result of a cooperation concluded between the Egyptian and Dutch government as a university hospital It located in the central axis area in New Borg El Arab city in Alexandria Governorate, northern Egypt, on an area of 107 acres. The hospital provides its services mainly to residents of the governorates of Alexandria, Kafr El Sheikh, Beheira, and Matrouh.

Population

The Population
The Population

The population of New Borg El Arab city in 2007 was about 111,391 people, and the population of the city rose in 2011 to about 150 thousand people, and reached about 170 thousand people in 2022, and the population density is about 14.7 people / km2, most of the city's residents are educated and educated people.

The city attracted its residents from the surrounding regions, cities and governorates, especially from Alexandria, Beheira Governorate, Matrouh Governorate, and Kafr El Sheikh Governorate. Therefore, the city's residents belong to different and different social groups, backgrounds and cultures, and the majority of the city's residents work as employees or workers in industrial areas or in other professions, artisanal or commercial.

Religion

New Borg El Arab city includes many of places of worship, such as:

Services

Health

New Borg El Arab city includes many of hospitals and medical centers such as:

New Borg El Arab Hospital
New Borg El Arab Hospital

Education

New Borg El Arab city includes many of the nurseries, schools and universities such as:

Sports and Entertainment

New Borg El Arab city includes many facilities, sports clubs and recreational areas, such as:

Petrosport club
Petrosport club

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Borg El Arab University Hospital

Borg El Arab University Hospital

Borg El Arab University Hospital is a teaching hospital One of Alexandria University Hospitals, its included on the first governmental center specialized in treating children cancer free of charge in Egypt. It was established in 2008 as a result of a cooperation concluded between the Egyptian and Dutch government as a university hospital It located in the central axis area in New Borg El Arab city in Alexandria Governorate, northern Egypt, on an area of 107 acres. The hospital provides its services mainly to residents of the governorates of Alexandria, Kafr El Sheikh, Beheira, and Matrouh.

Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology

Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology

Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology is an Egyptian university with a Japanese partnership, established by Presidential Decree No. 149 of 2009 as a university based on scientific research and diversified education. By strengthening ties and cooperation between Egyptian and Japanese academic institutions, as well as industrial companies, to conduct applied research with the application of Japanese educational standards, policies and systems, and to learn about the latest Japanese technologies, systems and technology.

International Branch of Alexandria University

International Branch of Alexandria University

International Branch of Alexandria University is national, non-profit Egyptian university that is part of Alexandria University, The decision was issued to establish it by the Alexandria University Council on October 29, 2019. It is located in the universities area in the new Borg El Arab city at Alexandria Governorate on an area of about 350 acres. The university will focus entirely on international programs and colleges and will become the international extension of the University of Alexandria. Education at the university will be based on the system of special programs taught in a credit-hours method, and it is expected that the cost of establishing the branch will reach about five billion Egyptian pounds over ten years.

City of Scientific Research and Technological Applications

City of Scientific Research and Technological Applications

The City of Scientific Research and Technological Applications (SRTA-City) is an Egyptian research institution, established by the 1993 Presidential Decree No. 85 and opened on 13 August 2000 to develop scientific technologies in the various industrial and research fields.

Senghor University

Senghor University

The French-speaking International University for African Development or Senghor University is a private university in Alexandria, established by decree of the President of the Arab Republic of Egypt No. 272 ​​in May 1989 under an agreement between the Organisation internationale de la Francophonie and the Egyptian government, it officially opened in October 1990. The university was established to serve development issues In the continent of Africa, and plays a role in training African cadres entrusted with the advancement of the various countries of the continent. It is named after the writer and former Senegalese President Leopold Senghor. Its current headquarters is located in Mansheya Square in Alexandria, with ten other branches in Africa and Europe, on establishing its permanent headquarters in New Borg El Arab city, the university grants a master's degree in development in the fields of health, environment, culture, administration, education and administration. The university follows the European Bologna system which is approved by the European Union. The university currently receives about 200 students annually, and the number of The university's graduates since its inception are 2043 students.

Borg El Arab Technological University

Borg El Arab Technological University

Borg El Arab Technological University is a national, non-profit Egyptian university, one of the technological universities that are established in accordance with Law No. 72 of 2019 which organize the establishment of technological universities in Egypt, which are educational institutions that follow the method of education and training for students in various specialties needed by the labor market while developing and building the skills necessary to enroll graduates in the labor market directly. The university is located in the universities district in New Borg El Arab city in Alexandria Governorate, on an area of 42 thousand square meters.

Arab Open University

Arab Open University

The Arab Open University (AOU) is a non-profit university. The inception of AOU is a personal initiative by Prince Talal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the Chairman of the AOU Board of Trustees. In December 2000, Kuwait was designated to host the Headquarters of AOU.

Smouha SC

Smouha SC

Smouha Sporting Club, simply known as Smouha, is an Egyptian sports club based in Alexandria, Egypt. The club is mainly known for its professional football team, which currently plays in the Egyptian Premier League, the highest tier of the Egyptian football league system.

Al Ittihad Alexandria Club

Al Ittihad Alexandria Club

Al Ittihad Alexandria Club, simply known as Al Ittihad, is an Egyptian sports club based in Alexandria, Egypt. The club is mainly known for its professional football team, which currently plays in the Egyptian Premier League, the highest league in the Egyptian football league system.

Egyptian Shooting Club

Egyptian Shooting Club

Egyptian Shooting Club is an Egyptian club based in Giza, Egypt with several branches in Dokki, 6th of October City, Katamya, Port Said and Alexandria. The original idea of the club was to provide an area for all Egyptian shooters to express their hobby. Nowadays, It is not only the Egyptian shooters but for every one who wants to play any sport or to develop any hobby, the shooting club will help by providing class pitches and platforms for several sports and hobbies. It was founded in 1938 by a royal decree from King Farouk I of Egypt and then was called The Royal Egyptian Shooting Club. The club has its own football team that is participating in the Egyptian Third Division

Infrastructure

New Borg El Arab Train StationIntersection roadPumping stationNatgas Company brunchPostal service center
New Borg El Arab Train Station
New Borg El Arab Train StationIntersection roadPumping stationNatgas Company brunchPostal service center
Intersection road
New Borg El Arab Train StationIntersection roadPumping stationNatgas Company brunchPostal service center
Pumping station
New Borg El Arab Train StationIntersection roadPumping stationNatgas Company brunchPostal service center
Natgas Company brunch
New Borg El Arab Train StationIntersection roadPumping stationNatgas Company brunchPostal service center
Postal service center

Transportation

The total road networks in New Borg El Arab city are approximately 630 km, and they are linked to the Cairo–Alexandria desert road through the 27 km long Kafoury-New Borg El Arab road,[37] and to the international coastal road through an 8 km long road, and to Borg El Arab International Airport through a road with a length of 13 km, and there is an internal transport system consisting of buses that follow the city's authority and others that follow the General Authority for Passenger Transport in Alexandria, service lines, and taxis. The city is also connected to Alexandria through a train that runs from Sidi Gaber railway station to the city.

A main station is currently being constructed within the first line of Egypt High-speed rail project next to the northern entrance to the city, and it is also planned that the Alexandria metro project, in its third phase, will reach the city.[38] It has minibus taxis and bus lines that connect the city with the areas of Misr Station, Mahatet El Raml, El Manshiyya, Azarita, Moharam Bek, Amreya, Borg El Arab, KM 21 and the capital Cairo.

Drinking water and sewage

New Borg El Arab city is fed with drinking water through the 40 kilometer water treatment plant "Mariot 2" located on the Cairo–Alexandria desert road, affiliated to the Alexandria Water Company,[39] through three lines with diameters of 1000, 1500 and 1500mm, with a capacity of about 166 thousand m3 Daily, to three water pumping stations in the city with a lifting capacity of about 92,880 m3/day, in addition to the number of two Water towers in the second industrial zone and the sixth district for use in times of emergency. The length of the city's water distribution networks is about 655 km.

The city includes two sewage treatment plants belonging to the Alexandria Sewage Company. The first operates with an oxidation pond system with a capacity of 100,000 m3/day and is located east of the city,[40] while the second operates with a triple treatment system with a capacity of 115 thousand m3/day with a total energy of 345 thousand m3/day. It will be implemented in three phases and is located to the west of the city. The length of the city's Sewerage is about 446 km.[41]

Electricity and Natural gas

The length of electrical wires network in the city is approximately 2100 km, the capacity of electrical stations is 325 MV, the number of transformers in the city is 87 transformers, and a number of 19 distributors in various residential neighborhoods and industrial areas.

As for natural gas networks, the length of the city's gas lines reaches more than 100 km, the capacity of gas stations is 100 thousand m 3 / hour, and the number of network organizers is 12 on all lines.

Telecommunications

The length of the city's terrestrial communications network is approximately 410 km distributed across all residential neighborhoods and industrial areas, through the City Central Building of Telecom Egypt with a capacity of 30,000 land lines that can be increased, in addition to the presence of relay towers for mobile phone networks throughout the city. The city also includes a postal services center affiliated to the Egypt Post and is located in the first district.[42]

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Cairo–Alexandria desert road

Cairo–Alexandria desert road

Cairo–Alexandria desert road, also known as the Cairo–Alexandria freeway and the Cairo–Alexandria highway, is the main highway that connects Cairo to Alexandria, the two largest cities in Egypt. It is 220 km long. It begins at Giza, at the northwest corner of Cairo's regional ring road, and ends in Alexandria.

Minibus

Minibus

A minibus, microbus, minicoach, or commuter is a passenger-carrying motor vehicle that is designed to carry more people than a multi-purpose vehicle or minivan, but fewer people than a full-size bus. In the United Kingdom, the word "minibus" is used to describe any full-sized passenger-carrying van or panel truck. Minibuses have a seating capacity of between 12 and 30 seats. Larger minibusses may be called midibuses. Minibuses are typically front engine step in vehicles, although low floor minibuses do exist and are particularly common in Japan. Minibuses may range in price from £2000 to nearly £100,000.

Alexandria railway station (Egypt)

Alexandria railway station (Egypt)

Alexandria railway station is a railway terminus in Alexandria, Egypt.

Mahatet El Raml

Mahatet El Raml

Mahatet El Raml is a neighborhood in Alexandria, Egypt. It features a large public square containing the main station of the Alexandria tramways. It is one of the main centers for tourism, retail, and entertainment in the city.

El Manshiyya

El Manshiyya

El Manshiyya is a neighborhood in Alexandria, Egypt. One of the older parts of the city, it saw major change in the 19th and 20th centuries, becoming the main center of administration and business in the city. The headquarters of the Alexandria Governorate and the Alexandria Court of Appeal are both in El Mansheya, as are the Alexandria offices of the Egyptian Exchange.

Azarita

Azarita

Azarita is a neighborhood in Alexandria, Egypt.

Moharam Bek

Moharam Bek

Moharam Bek is a neighborhood in Alexandria, Egypt. It is known for the Alexandria Stadium, which sometimes hosts football games.

Amreya

Amreya

Amreya is a city in Alexandria, Egypt. It contains an industrial zone with many factories and petroleum refineries.

Borg El Arab

Borg El Arab

Borg el-Arab is an industrial city in the governorate of Alexandria, Egypt. It is located about 52 kilometers south-west of Alexandria and some seven kilometers from the Mediterranean coast. North of Borg El Arab is the King Maryut resort and Lake Maryut. South of Borg El Arab is New Borg El Arab City. The city has an airport, Borg El Arab Airport, that serves nearly 250,000 passengers every year. Borg El Arab is widely considered an extension of the city of Alexandria.

Cairo

Cairo

Cairo is the capital of Egypt and the largest urban agglomeration in Africa, the Arab world and the Middle East. The Greater Cairo metropolitan area, with a population of 21.9 million, is the 12th-largest in the world by population. Cairo is associated with ancient Egypt, as the Giza pyramid complex and the ancient cities of Memphis and Heliopolis are located in its geographical area. Located near the Nile Delta, the city first developed as Fustat, a settlement founded after the Muslim conquest of Egypt in 640 next to an existing ancient Roman fortress, Babylon. Under the Fatimid dynasty a new city, al-Qāhirah, was founded nearby in 969. It later superseded Fustat as the main urban centre during the Ayyubid and Mamluk periods. Cairo has long been a centre of the region's political and cultural life, and is titled "the city of a thousand minarets" for its preponderance of Islamic architecture. Cairo's historic center was awarded World Heritage Site-status in 1979. Cairo is considered a World City with a "Beta +" classification according to GaWC.

Alexandria Water Company

Alexandria Water Company

The Alexandria Water Company (AWCO) is the water company of the city and the governorate (province) of Alexandria, Egypt. It was founded in 1860 as a private company and it operated as such for more than 100 years before it was nationalized under the rule of Gamal Abdel Nasser. At that time it became the Alexandria Water General Authority (AWGA), a department of Alexandria Governorate in charge of both water supply and sewerage. In 2004, through a country-wide sector reform it became a commercially oriented company under private law. The sewerage and wastewater treatment functions were transferred to a separate company, the Alexandria General Organization for Sanitary Drainage (AGOSD), later renamed to Alexandria Sanitary and Drainage Company (ASDCO). The water utility became a company under private law, reverted to its old name AWCO and gained some operational independence. Both AWCO and ASDCO are part of the government-owned Holding Company for Water and Wastewater, which owns all utilities in Egypt. AWCO serves 4.5 million inhabitants, a number that increases to 6 million during the summer season. The Alexandria water utility is one of the better-performing water service providers in Egypt, ranked fifth among 22 water utilities by the Egyptian Water Regulatory Authority in 2012/13.

Egypt Post

Egypt Post

Egypt Post is the governmental agency responsible for postal service in Egypt. Established in 1865, it is one of the oldest governmental institutions in the country.

Economy

Banks

  • New Borg El Arab includes a designated area for banks, housing branches of most major banks operating in Egypt, such as:

Industrial areas

  • The total area allocated for industrial activity in the city is currently about 4453 acres, divided into five existing industrial zones, other than five areas to be established, comprising more than 1,300 factories with a capital of about £E17.7 billion, with an annual production of about £E21.7 billion. These factories allowed nearly 103 thousand job opportunities with annual wages amounting to £E411 million.[9]

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Banque Misr

Banque Misr

Banque Misr is an Egyptian bank co-founded by industrialist Joseph Aslan Cattaui Pasha and economist Talaat Harb Pasha in 1920. The government of the United Arab Republic nationalized the bank in 1960. The bank has branch offices in all of Egypt's governorates, and currency exchange and work permit offices for foreign workers in Egypt.

Commercial International Bank

Commercial International Bank

Commercial International Bank or CIB is an Egyptian bank, one of the largest banks in the Egyptian private sector, working to provide a wide and distinguished range of banking products and services to its clients, including individuals, wealthy owners, institutions and companies of all kinds. Expert in the financial market and investment. The Commercial International Bank is one of top 100 Companies in the Middle East 2021, providing them with the best financial solutions. The bank has maintained its existence as the most profitable commercial bank in Egypt for more than 35 years, thanks to its management that adopts the highest standards of transparency and governance in addition to the distinguished training programs provided to its employees, and the number of its employees is about 6000.

Housing and Development Bank

Housing and Development Bank

Housing and Development Bank is an Egyptian bank established in Cairo on June 30, 1979, to alleviate housing shortages by narrowing the gap between the low supply and increasing demand. The bank has about £E1.265 billion of capital and net profits of about £E275 million. The bank is a joint-stock company, of which 29.81% of capital is owned by the New Urban Communities Authority, 11.43% by the Ministry of Awqaf, 9.74% by the Abdul Moneim Al-Rashed Humanitarian Foundation, 8.92% by Misr Life Insurance, 8.29% by Misr Insurance, and 7.41% by the Housing Projects Fund.

Bank of Alexandria

Bank of Alexandria

The Bank of Alexandria is one of the largest banks in Egypt, with 210 branches across the country. It has a market share of almost 7% and had assets of 5.2 billion euros as of June 30, 2006. Intesa Sanpaolo is the major shareholder in the bank. It holds 70.25% of the bank shares, IFC holds 9.75% and the Egyptian Government holds 20%. Mahmoud Abdel Salam Omar, who is a former head of the Egyptian Banks Federation, is a former Chairman of the bank.

National Bank of Egypt

National Bank of Egypt

National Bank of Egypt is a bank founded in Egypt in June 1898, and is the country's largest bank (2013) in terms of assets, deposits, loans, bank-capital, number of total branches, and employees.

Al Baraka Banking Group

Al Baraka Banking Group

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QNB Group

QNB Group

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Banque du Caire

Banque du Caire

Banque du Caire is a bank in Egypt, founded in 1952. It has a variety of services and products across the corporate and retail segments.

Crédit Agricole

Crédit Agricole

Crédit Agricole Group, sometimes called La banque verte due to its historical ties to farming, is a French international banking group and the world's largest cooperative financial institution. It is France's second largest bank, after BNP Paribas, as well as the third largest in Europe and tenth largest in the world. It consists of a network of Crédit Agricole local banks, the 39 Crédit Agricole regional banks, and a central institute, the Crédit Agricole S.A.. It is listed through Crédit Agricole S.A., an intermediate holding company, on Euronext Paris' first market and is part of the CAC 40 stock market index. In August 2021, it reached the top of the CAC 40. Local banks of the group owned the regional banks, in turn the regional banks majority owned the S.A. via a holding company, in turn the S.A. owned part of the subsidiaries of the group, such as LCL, the Italian network and the CIB unit. It is considered a systemically important bank by the Financial Stability Board.

Suez Canal Bank

Suez Canal Bank

Suez Canal Bank is an Egyptian bank, established as a joint-stock company in 1978 according to Law No. 43 (Infitah) in 1974. It is one of the oldest banks in the Egyptian private sector. The bank provides financial services to individual and corporate clients in Egypt and at its branch in Tripoli, Libya. The bank’s capital is £E2 billion, and it registered a profit of £E195 million at the end of 2015.

Egyptian pound

Egyptian pound

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