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Egypt’s 1st educational service center for processed tomatoes to be constructed

A team from the partnership program between the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and the Egyptian government has conducted field visits to six Egyptian universities and research centres that submitted a proposal to host the first educational and service centre which will support the processed tomato value chain in the country.

The team was led by Omar Abdin, the national coordinator of the project. These visits come as part of the process of evaluating the proposals submitted by the various parties, with the intention of identifying the host of this centre within the coming weeks.

The project is implemented in partnership with the Ministry of Trade and Industry and the Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation, and funded by the Italian government represented by the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation (AICS), 

The center is expected to play a leading role in supporting and developing the entire tomato value chain in Egypt without geographical restrictions for specific governorates and will work to provide training and advisory services to all actors in the tomato cultivation and industry sector in Egypt.

The volume of Egypt’s production of processed tomatoes is not commensurate with its manufacturing capabilities and the volume of its production of fresh tomatoes. The new center aims to reduce the gap between Egypt’s agricultural and industrial production of tomatoes.

Read the complete article at www.dailynewsegypt.com.


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