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The Egyptian Ministry of Agriculture endeavors towards fulfilling the economical goal to provide the resources necessary for self operation and management of the farm, without bearing permanently the state budget the burden of operation.

The Egyptian Ministry of Agriculture have already established a joint model farm in Niger in 1997 and continued for a period of ten years. The Ministry is currently implementing a project to establish two joint model farms one of them in Zambia and the other in Zanzibar.
One of the good results achieved by those farms that seventeen African countries, applied to the Arab Republic of Egypt for the establishment of similar model farms, where they are setting the priorities of African countries in establishing of farms in coordination with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs giving special care to the Nile Basin countries.

Parties Obligations:
Egyptian Party Obligations:

1. Provide technical and administrative management of the farm (Egyptian Director for the farm and Director Assistant for agricultural mechanization).
2. Provide machinery and mechanical equipment as well as, Egyptian Agricultural Technology.
3. Provision of agricultural production utensils such as seeds, fertilizers, pesticides and operating expenses.
4. Providing the Egyptian experts in all agricultural fields either for long periods such as farm director ,agricultural mechanization expert and another one in any other specialty according to the nature of the farm work , or short period experts according to the work
need while working on the training of cadres of the African agricultural engineers and farmers.

African Party Obligations:
1. Offering the identified land to establish the joint farm according to the technical feasibility criteria which was determined by the specific Egyptian mission, and an rea
that could be expanded in future based on what is agreed upon.
2. Providing the infrastructure of the farm roads and evacuating farm land, electricity,irrigation and drainage, appropriate expert Egyptians accommodation, stores for production requirements and mechanical equipment and maintenance workshops, as well as the appropriate training hall.
3. Customs clearance and inland transport for the needs of the project, with possible exemptions from customs duties and charges imposed upon the African country.
4. Providing security measures necessary to ensure work completion safety and farm conservation (preservation).

And with the consent of all parties, a committee of technical and economic evaluation of a number of experts has been formulated. In fact, an annual evaluation is done to determine the financial, commercial, economical feasibility of the project, with a focus on achieving the main objective of the establishment of these farms, which is deepening political and economic relations between Egypt and African countries.

It was also set up a Higher Committee for the management of the project, include representatives of relevant ministries (Agriculture - International Cooperation - Foreign Affairs - Egyptian Fund for Technical Cooperation with Africa).