Who We Are 2018-09-30T18:50:22+00:00

About Us

Nature Conservation Egypt (NCE) is an Egyptian NGO working towards conserving Egypt’s natural heritage and the promotion of its sustainable use, for the benefit of of present and future generations.

Established in 2005 by a number of Egypt’s leading experts in the field of nature and biodiversity conservation, NCE is specialised scientific research, advocacy, education and outreach to support species, their habitats, and local communities. NCE works in partnership with local experts and governmental bodies, as well as international organisations and partnerships to ensure efficient collaboration for conservation within and across borders.

NCE is the Birdlife International partner in Egypt, and is a member of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN).

How We Work

In our ever-changing world, the divide between people and the nature that supports them is growing rapidly. As a result of this divide, species of plants and animals, as well as the habitats that support them, are rapidly declining.

NCE aims to reduce the gap between people and nature by conducting and advocating scientific research to better guide policy, education and outreach.

NCE TEAM

  • Mohamed Raouf – Executive Coordinator – raouf@natureegypt.org

  • Natalie El-Assiouty– Communications Officer – info@natureegypt.org

  • Waheed Salama – Manager – Responsible Hunting Programme (RHP) – waheed@natureegypt.org

  • Ameer Abdulla (PhD) – Coordinator – Marine Programme

  • Mohamed El Sayed – Accountant

  • Noor Noor

Board Of Directors

  • Sherif Baha El Din (PhD) – Chairman

  • Moustafa Fouda (PhD) – Vice Chairman

  • Dominique Krayenbuhl – Secretary General

  • Khalil Nasralla – Treasurer

Our Mission

NCE strives to conserve Egypt’s species and habitats, working with local communities towards sustainable use of nature.

Partnerships

Nature knows no boundaries or borders. Because of this, conservationists all over the world are working in collaboration to try & save the species and habitats in need of support.