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Social Enterprises: The Key to Protecting Egypt’s Natural Treasures

Social Enterprises: The Key to Protecting Egypt’s Natural Treasures

After marveling at Egypt’s natural heritage sites such as South Sinai and the Red Sea, Iris Boutros, writer at Daily News Egypt, muses on Environment Minister Laila Iskandar’s goals of longer-term environmental agenda by injecting social entrepreneurship as its powerful implementer.

Boutros writes that incorporating social enterprises might just be a critical missing piece, at exactly the right time. Iskander’s belief on a pyramidal collaboration between government, private institutions, and civil society is indisputably indispensable to the solution.

via Social enterprises: The missing piece to protecting Egypt’s natural treasures? – Daily News Egypt.



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