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eAswaaq Misr and Engazaat Collaborate to Promote Solar Energy Adoption for Farmers via “Agri Misr” Platform

In a significant development towards promoting sustainable practices in the agricultural sector, “eAswaaq Misr” and Engazaat have joined forces to integrate renewable energy services and products for farmers on “Agri Misr e-commerce platform”. This collaboration, formalized through an agreement signed during the Solar Mena Show on May 9/10, seeks to popularize the adoption of clean and solar energy, as well as smart irrigation techniques, in line with Egypt’s Vision 2030 for sustainable development and a green economy. Leveraging e-commerce technology through “Agri Egypt” platform, this initiative aims to enable farmers to access and utilize sustainable utility technology and applications, contributing to a more environmentally friendly agricultural landscape.


Agri Misr platform has expanded its offerings to include a wide range of products from Engazaat, a leading independent operator of energy and water solutions, and the authorized distributor of Chint Global in Egypt and Africa. Farmers can now access Engazaat’s top-notch products, such as solar panels, oscillators, pumps, and modern irrigation systems, through the platform. With installments over 5 years and only a 20% down payment, Agri Misr is enabling farmers to conveniently purchase these high-quality products while benefiting from flexible payment options.

“Agri Misr” platform also provides value-added services to all farmers and distributors throughout the country, with delivery and logistical support to enable farmers, contractors, and installation service providers to obtain the finest products at the installation site directly at the best prices for installments and payment through the e-financing system “fintech” that it provides to all farmers and distributors (B2B and B2C).


Islam Mamoun, the CEO & Managing Director of eAswaaq Misr, expressed the company’s firm commitment to bolstering the agricultural sector by leveraging cutting-edge digital transformation technologies, e-commerce and sustainable practices like clean, renewable solar energy, along with advanced irrigation systems in collaboration with “Engazaat”. Mr. Mamoun emphasized that this partnership plays a crucial role in alleviating the financial and logistical burden faced by farmers while also reducing reliance on fossil fuels in agriculture. The aim is to optimize agricultural productivity and maximize returns for farmers while harnessing the power of e-commerce technology and digital transformation as essential tools to attract farmers seeking innovation and progress.

Islam Mamoun, CEO of eAswaaq, one of EFIG’s subsidiaries, revealed that the company has completed the first model in the mechanization process at the National Museum of the Egyptian Civilization, which has received great success since it’s opening, noting that it has also been applied in the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir and electronic gates are currently being added in preparation for their launch by the Minister of Tourism

Mamoun added that the company is also currently working on completing the 9 sites within the first phase of the project in “Hurghada, Sharm El-Sheikh, Islamic, Coptic, Haram, Citadel, and Saqqara” to be completed before the end of the year, and start mechanization in Luxor and then Aswan, provided that the development operations are fully completed within 7 months.

The project allows Egyptian and foreign visitors to book tickets for tourist attractions, museums and archaeological sites online and pay using credit cards or wallets via mobile, in addition to organizing access to these attractions through printed tickets, magnetic cards or through the use of a QR code on mobile devices.

He pointed out that the “Experience Egypt” application, which is being launched in cooperation with the Ministry of Tourism, is currently being completed and expected to be launched during the beginning of the last quarter of this year, as it allows it’s user to obtain the necessary information about Egypt and the sites that can be visited, as well as the possibility of booking tickets through it.

A Cooperation Protocol between eAswaaq Misr and the Industrial Modernization Center to Foster Local Industry and Boost Exports

In line with the Egyptian government's commitment to digital transformation and financial inclusion within the industrial sector, and in alignment with Egypt’s Vision 2030, eAswaaq Misr has signed a Cooperation Protocol with the Industrial Modernization Center aiming to promote exports and bolster the industrial landscape.

eAswaaq Misr participated in Seamless: Pioneering E-commerce’s Role in Digital Transformation

eAswaaq Misr proudly participated in Seamless, North Africa's premier event for the financial ecosystem. At this year's seamless event, Mahmoud Osman “Head of E-Commerce for trade and manufacturing at eAswaaq Misr”, took the stage to share insights on the crucial role of e-commerce in driving digital transformation. The focus of his session was to highlight the significance of eAswaaq Misr's ambitious initiative to develop the first national B2B multi-category platforms.

Groundbreaking Integrated Platform for Egyptian Small and Medium Enterprises to be launched through a Collaboration between the Enterprise Development Authority and eAswaaq Misr

The Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority (MSMEDA) and eAswaaq Misr, have signed collaboration agreement to introduce the first integrated electronic platform tailored for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Egypt. This initiative, which aims to digitize and enhance the support services for aspiring entrepreneurs and existing business owners, is set to be officially launched within the next three months.

eAswaaq Misr and Ministry of Tourism Expand Cashless Payment System to Five New Archaeological Sites in Cairo and Giza, Paving the Way for more Locations.

eAswaaq Misr and the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities have been at the forefront, driving a remarkable change in the tourism sector. we are expanding our cashless payment solution to five more archaeological sites including the Pyramids of Giza, paving the way to more locations.

“Empowering Handicraft Producers in Red Sea Governorate: “Ayady Misr” held a Training Workshop and Enlisted 50 New Artisans.

A training workshop for handicraft producers organized by the Ministry of Local Development in collaboration with eAswaaq Misr and the World Food Program, took place in Red Sea Governorate, at Hurghada Media Complex. The primary objective of the training workshop was to enhance the proficiency of producers while introducing them to "Ayady Misr" platform.

Delegation from Ministry of Local Development Launches “Ayady Misr” Platform in New Valley Governorate

Mrs. Hanan Magdy, Deputy Governor of New Valley Governorate, hosted a delegation from the Ministry of Local Development and eAswaaq misr for the launch of "Ayady Misr" platform. The purpose of the platform is to market and promote local handicraft and heritage products as well as support the craftsmen sector in the governorate.