The Association is currently in discussions with the Ministry of Environment to help find long-term solutions.
The Association has been working with the District with the aim of improving the health of Zamalek trees and rehabilitating some of Zamalek’s public gardens.
In cooperation with the District, the Association is looking into fixing broken sidewalks in Zamalek. The current pilot project focuses on 3 locations on 26 July Street.
The Association used funds from its first Taste of Zamalek to refurbish the Aquarium Grotto Garden (Fish Garden).
Ongoing efforts to care for Zamalek trees, green spaces and public gardens in consultation with the local District and Horticulture Research Institute.
The Association purchased trees and planted them in collaboration with the District, in locations with a visible gap in vegetation in Zamalek.
In cooperation with the District and the Horticulture Research Institute, the Association started its “Spring Planting 2014” with two small gardens.
The Association used funds from its first Taste of Zamalek to refurbish the Fish Garden Children’s Playground.
Restoration of the Garden, including its historical glasshouses, and to redevelop the Garden as a center for scientific research.
The Association is looking into organizing a special healthcare fund to enhance medical services in Zamalek.