Research Field Development for Community and Heritage in Egypt

Moaaz Senousy, Aleya Hassan, Aya ElMeligy, Ahlam Mostafa
In the last years there has been a collapse in Research Field Our project contributes the development of the scientific research system in Egypt.Findings:there is a lack of organizations that aim to develop scientific research field in addition there is no awareness from community specially educated class of the value of scientific research field. The efficiency of scientific field in Egypt isn't suitable enough to contribute in conserve heritage and community restoration.Practical implications: our case study is located in ''Magra Al'' district which is considered a cultural heritage district where ''Magra Al Oyoon Wall'' is located, which is considered the main land mark of this district, it is facing many problems, it is partly dilapidated and surrounded with slums, this slums have a lot of issues such as population and health problems. Our basic design of study including; Historical study about 'Magra Al' heritage, Social, LegalUrban studies and SWOT analysis for the current situation. As a result of our analysis and studies in the context of the research topic, we found that the most suitable types of innovation centers are 'Medical Research Center' and 'Monument Restoration and Research Center'.


Research Center; Innovation; Heritage; Restoration; Conservation; Development


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