"Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire."
The Red Sea Marine Academy & Experimental Research Centre projects, are well on their way to becoming qualitative marine science hubs; where environmentalism, technology, science and marine skills education, foster sustainable development, safeguard and restore marine biodiversity.
A qualitative marine science hubs; where environmentalism, technology, science and marine skills education, foster sustainable development, safeguard and restore marine biodiversity. Developing internationally recognized, marine science professional and non professional skills development curricula.
Provide a modern infrastructure, and fostering international cooperation, with universities, ngo's, go's active in research, sustainable development and conservation.
Spearheading experimental research in the fields of sustainable development, fisheries, energy, erosion, water treatment, biosphere restoration.
Currently we are managing the development of MAERC in both Ain Sokhna - Egypt and in Port Sudan - Sudan. The curricula being developed are reflecting the very needs of the areas and people they are serving. Curricula are developed to mitigate the adverse effects, each area is experiencing. While our project location in Egypt, is impacted by tourism, industrial and direct human interaction. In Sudan we face indirect consequences of global warming, and direct human interaction in unsustainable fishing and poaching practices.