future projects

 Solar Energy

Based on the genuine need for electricity provision in South Sinai, Hemaya aspires at establishing a Solar Power Plant. The Solar Power Plant should be able to provide electricity to the different Bedouin settlements, as well as to run the wells in the region. The Solar Power Plant should be complimented with all necessary components (Solar Panel, Current Adapter, Inverter…etc).


 Liquid Waste Management

The project aims at protecting the Environment of South Sinai through safe disposal of liquid waste. Liquid waste is divided to both used industrial oil and sewage.
Used Industrial oil shall be collected, stored, and then transported to Alexandria for oil filtration at Alexandria Company, where it would be filtered and recycled. Sewage water will be collected from camps, hotels, and other entities to be transferred to the sewage treatment plant in Nuweiba, where it would be treated and then reused for agricultural purposes.
This project would result in protecting the environment (underground water and life, wild fauna and flora). Moreover, the proper disposal of liquid would help eliminate the random disposal of liquid waste. On the contrary, the recycled liquid waste could generate income by selling the liquid waste and so decreasing both waste and cost.


 Creating a Public Beach and a Children Garden

To bridge the gap between the locals and Nile valley residents, the project aims at creating an outlet for locals and Nile valley residents. As Nuweiba city lacks a public beach’s facilities, Hemaya will provide a public beach with facilities (including public toilets and showers) and sports’ playgrounds. Hemaya would use this outlet to organize activities among young people to raise their awareness. Hemaya would, however, make sure this public beach abides by environmental laws and regulations. Moreover, the project would try to provide for a creative space to enhance children’s innovational skills.


 Providing affordable internal public transportation for Taba and Nuweiba

The project aims at providing affordable public transportation from Taba to Nuweiba city, and the outskirts of Nuweiba city, and also within the two cities. This would allow more lively and safe conditions for the residents of the region.  The Nuweiba district is inhabited by more  than 12,000 persons. 60% of them are Bedouins, and almost the remaining 40% of the inhabitants are residents from the Nile valley besides many tourists from all over the world. It is also worth mentioning that 50% of the population are females. In general, the city lacks affordable safe transportation. 
If the project could be implemented, it would decrease the school dropout rates among children, especially girls. It would create job opportunities by facilitating transportation and movement along the city. It would also provide better access to health services, and therefore decrease the mortality rates among citizens and visitors. The project would also help include more women and girls in the economic and social life, due to its safety and affordable cost. Furthermore, it could create affordable transportation for the tourists, and so facilitate their movement along the cost from Taba to Nuweiba.


 Developing and upgrading Beir Sweir area

Tourism of South Sinai is a main economic activity in the Region. The “hut” tourism along the strip of Taba - Nuweiba is the only strip from Morocco to Thailand that represents this concept.   Therefore, the project aims at developing and upgrading facilities (Bathrooms and kitchens) in the various camps along this strip into eco-lodges. The project would create a compound eco-lodge scheme with landscaping and basic infrastructure. By doing so, this will change the entire tourism market in the area. It will create more job opportunities to Bedouin inhabitants, and therefore help alleviate other social and security issues, such as terrorism and drugs. The project also aims at conserving the Bedouin culture, as its main theme is to present tourism based on connecting with the indigenous Bedouin heritage.


 Developing Abu Galoum protectorate

The project aims at creating job opportunities in the field of sustainable Bedouin-owned eco-tourism, and natural resources’ preservation.
Abu Galoum protectorate is located on the coast of the Aqaba Gulf. It is situated between Dahab and Nuweiba, along a coastal line stretching for more than 30 km. It encompasses different types of unique coastal and mountain ecosystems on the Aqaba Gulf, which makes it different from other protectorates along the Gulf.
The area is inhabited by around 1,125 persons, and is visited annually by an average of 36,000 visitors. Due to the uniqueness of the protectorate, it contributes with 20 million EGY Pounds to the tourism activities of South Sinai. 80% of the amount goes to the mega-tourism companies. Bedouins only benefit by 20%. The area depends widely on mass tourism that doesn’t conserve the natural resources, nor does it reflect the real Bedouin life.
The project aims at developing the local community through two main activities; firstly, transforming the existing tourism activities into locally-owned sustainable tourism industry; secondly,  providing basic social services necessary for increasing the livelihood of the 1000 inhabitants in the area.