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مُساهمةموضوع: مفاجئة المنتدي:مشروع تخطيط وادي النيل مع الوفد السويسري   13/11/09, 12:40 am

بعد
عدة سنوات من البحث في العواصم الدولية ، وفي هذا

الفصل دراسي ركزنا على حقل جديد للحضارة المعاصرة : مثل

رحلة استكشافية تبدأ في القاهرة ، وقمنا باستكشاف أقدم وادي
في
العالم ، على خط واحد طول نهر النيل.

فهي من أقدم الحضارات حتى يومنا هذا

فقد ولدت هذه الحضارة معقدة ومحددة في إطار منطقة إقليمية

محددة بحدود جغرافية ثابته
وكشفت الأبحاث منطقة صعيد مصر حيث مدينتي المنيا وأسيوط كما فعلنا

في أكبر المراكز الإقليمية. ويركز المشروع على جزء من

وادي النيل داخل دائرة نصف قطرها 50 كيلومترا حول مدينة أسيوط ،

الذي يحتوي على الظواهر نموذجية في المناطق الحضرية.

في حين أن هذه الأرض كانت مأهولة بالسكان ومزروعة طوال آلاف السنين ، وركز بحثنا على تطورها حتى يومنا هذا.


جميع الطلاب وفدوا إلى
وادي النيل في مصر لمدة أسبوعين

وكانت مرحلة العمل الميداني خلال شهر مارس 2009.

ومن نتائج العمل الميداني في مصر ومزيد من تطوير الأبحاث في بازل أخذ البحث شكل

السرد البصري مع الرسومات والخرائط والرسوم البيانية والصور الفوتوغرافية ،

واللوحات المعمارية ، التي

قدمت في هذا الكتاب. والهدف لكل عمل هو وضع

أطروحة حول موضوع بحث خاص. ومع ذلك ، فإننا ننظر إلى أبعد

من الواضح والمفهوم الشائع ،عن المدن المصرية التي هي الى حد كبير غير مخطط لها أو الذي تم إنشاؤه من خلال الصراعات ،

أو من التفاوض وتلعب السلطة العديد من المقومات الفاعلة في الميدان.
في مختلف

المواضيع التي عالجها الطلاب معا إلى الصورة الأفضل ، وهي

'صورة الحضرية ،' يعكس الواقع الحالي للإقليم
البحث عن أراضيها

وهذ العمل غير ممكن عمليا إلا من خلال التعاون المحلي. من قسم

الهندسة المعمارية في جامعة أسيوط انضم إلينا كشريك رئيسي في

التعاون خلال الفصل الدراسي ، والعمل الميداني ، والتي تنطوي على

الطلاب والخبراء وأعضاء هيئة التدريس. والمجموعات الطلابية التي أجرت هذه البحوث

جنبا إلى جنب مع طلاب من جامعة أسيوط.


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مُساهمةموضوع: River Nile - An autonomous space   13/11/09, 12:41 am


River Nile - An autonomous space



The
space of the Nile has an enormous cultural and symbolic value for the
Egyptian population as ‘the space of life’. The presence of water in
the desert land creates a specific landscape that has been cultivated,
controlled and appropriated throughout history. This research topic
investigates the role that the river plays within the present day urban
configuration of the Nile Valley. Can we trace and read the rich ‘Nile
culture’ through the use of the river and its riverbanks? How do the
city of Assiut and the other smaller towns and villages relate to the
Nile? Are riverbanks used as a leisure space? Are the banks public or
private? Which programs are commonly found along the river? What are
the recent trends of transformation of Nile riverbanks? What is the
role of private capital in these transformations? How do agriculture
and urbanization affect the environmental quality of the Nile, such as
biodiversity? How is the river itself used? Does it still function as a
decisive infrastructural axis for the Upper Egypt?

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مُساهمةموضوع: Water Management - Building on fluid availability   13/11/09, 12:42 am

Water Management - Building on fluid availability


The
entire Egyptian Culture is based on the land reclamation by irrigation
with Nile water. Over the course of centuries different techniques of
irrigation and water management have been developed. This development
took place mostly in a slow and evolutionary manner, but there were
also actual «Bewässerungsrevolutionen» (Knörnschild, 1993), such as the
change from a seasonal «flooding system» to a year-round irrigation.
However, the high value of water over time – and today also its
scarcity, especially since the attempts to introduce large scale state
run agricultural production – lead to a highly elaborated distribution
and management of water: At present, political negotiation of the Nile
artery as vital resource is present on various scales, from national
(riparian states – Nile basin initiative) to regional and local.

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مُساهمةموضوع: Agriculture - Skin of the urban organism   13/11/09, 12:43 am

Agriculture - Skin of the urban organism


Farming
in Egypt is confined to less than 3% of the total land area, and 90% of
which is concentrated in the Delta. Despite this lack of land, the
highly fertile soil makes agriculture one of the most import economic
sectors in Egypt. Agriculture has traditionally shaped and structured
the Nile Valley. Today, under enormous population pressure this picture
is changing and agricultural land is more and more threatened and
occupied by the expansion of urban settlements.
In 1960 Egypt was
self-sufficient in almost all of the basic food supplies, but today
Egypt is already heavily reliant on food imports. The reason for this
is simple: in this short period the population has exploded from 28 to
over 80 million, while the amount of the available arable land has
stayed more or less the same. Additionally scarcity of water for
agricultural use has become a crucial issue, especially since the
attempts to introduce large-scale state run agricultural production.
The presence of state in agricultural sector was stronger in the period
from 1950’s to 1970’s, while from 90’s onwards the practice has turned
toward deregulation. Can we describe, on a chosen example, how have
these changes affected the agricultural production – from the change in
landownership or size of parcels to the changes in the type of
production? What are the different forms of agriculture present within
the research area (i.e. larger state run production and small-scale
agriculture based on individual farming)?

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مُساهمةموضوع: Villages in the Nile Valley - A stable constellation   13/11/09, 12:43 am

Villages in the Nile Valley - A stable constellation


Densities
of habitation in Egypt are very high by international standards -
overall rural population densities can exceed 2’000 persons per square
kilometre. By comparison, the density of the Greater Metropolitan Area
of Los Angeles is only 1’029 persons per square kilometre. Such
indicators point to the great paradox of Egyptian countryside – an
enormous amount of population is bound to the limited resources of land
and the self-sustaining ways of life, while they lacks infrastructures
and services that urban region of comparable or even much lesser
densities would have. This observation brings us to the key question
underlying this investigation – are we looking at a formation of a new
and specific type of urbanisation, to ‘rural cities’?
There are
several specific and unique features of Egyptian villages that support
and enable their explosive growth. The villages sustain themselves
through a smallholder agricultural production – in rural Upper Egypt
(including the area of Assiut) the staggering 82% of households have
less than 1.2 hectares of land. The density of village agglomerations
is striking. The villages are structured like small towns with narrow
alleyways and houses for multigenerational families that can have five
or even more stories. Another unique feature of Egypt’s rural
population patterns are the short distances and the reasonably good
transportation systems, which bind the settlements in the Valley into
an intricate linear network. No village is more than a few kilometres
from a sizeable town, and movements between them are quite efficient.
The growth and expansion of villages into agricultural land was
unleashed by the construction of Aswan dam in early ‘70s when flooding
of the Nile valley was permanently put under control. Only in recent
years, the danger of this kind of urbanization and the rapid land
consumption has been recognized, and the government is trying to place
hard restrictions on the growth of villages in the future.
Migrations are also an interesting and important aspect of growth of
Egyptian towns and villages – while the earlier decades were
characterized by a mass exodus from rural to urban areas, the situation
today is completely reversed. There is now a considerable overspill of
urban centres into rural hinterlands, combined with hundreds of
emerging village-towns in rural governorates. Much of the growth
present in villages is also generated internally, by the simple growth
of families, which construct and expand their houses by themselves
slowly and gradually, to accommodate new family members.

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مُساهمةموضوع: Valey Edges - The mechanics of conquering the desert   13/11/09, 12:44 am

Valey Edges - The mechanics of conquering the desert



Nile
valley is a specific geological formation, created over millennia by
fertile alluvial deposit brought by the Nile. The distinction between
the green and flat Valley land and the desert is strikingly sharp: the
edges of the Valley are defined as a raised ridge topography of barren
hills, sometimes even a hundred or more meters high, with spectacular
viewing points over the Valley.
Throughout history, the ecology
and the inhabitation of the edges were different than that of the
Valley itself. With much less water and fertile soil, different kinds
of flora and fauna were present at the edges. Also, throughout history
and until modern times the edges were preferable sites for placing
villages, towns and temples as the raised terrain served as protection
from the annual floods.
With the explosion of urbanisation in the
Valley since the 1960s and 70s, the situation has changed. The ongoing
of construction in the Valley and the ever-decreasing amount of
agricultural land, are placing further pressure on the edges where
opportunities to win new land, to expand settlements or to locate other
programs such as production sites are being sought. A part of this
phenomenon is a striking example of small-scale informal land
reclamation. Fertile soil is brought from the valley (from the new
construction sites) and laid out in small fields at the desert edge to
allow for agriculture. These fields are then irrigated by ground water
or sometimes through informal plug-ins to the main water irrigation
system. These developments are further enabled by the fact that the
desert land is in public ownership and therefore less controlled.

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مُساهمةموضوع: City Core   13/11/09, 12:44 am

City Core



The
research topic «City core» covers the territory of the historical core
of the city of Assiut, the largest town in the Upper Egypt with some
500’000 inhabitants and located 230 kilometres to the South of Cairo.
Like El-Minya or Sohag, Assiut is a regional centre in the Nile valley
providing the surrounding territory with services (for instance, the
University of Assiut is third largest in Egypt and it is a place where
70’000 students receive education). Assiut also has a large Coptic
Christian community and it is the region’s most important agricultural
centre, dealing in cotton and grain.
The cities in the valley
have been founded directly along the Nile on a topographical elevation,
and their histories go back to the times of ancient Egypt. Assiut
itself has been founded in pharaonic times, and was historically an
important destination for travellers, traders and camel caravans
arriving through the desert from Darfur in Sudan. Until 1850, the
largest slave market in Egypt was located in Assiut. However historic
layers, whether ancient or modern, are not easily recognizable in
Assiut, in a manner that they would be made visible in a European city.
Assiut is less concerned with its history than with its everyday life,
in which some ancient ways of trading or living can be found mixed with
contemporary ones, in spontaneous and lively manner.

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مُساهمةموضوع: City Edges   13/11/09, 12:44 am

City Edges

This
research topic focuses on the rapidly developing and transforming edges
of the city of Assiut. Like El-Minya or Sohag, Assiut is a regional
centre in the Nile valley providing the surrounding territory with
services (for instance, the University of Assiut is third largest in
Egypt and it is a place where 70’000 students receive education). Due
to a strong population increase since the mid of the XX century and an
ongoing urbanisation of the entire valley, these cities are constantly
expanding into the surrounding agricultural land. Most of such
developments are informal: people would occupy a plot of land over
night and start with their construction, which can then last even
longer than a generation before its completion. During the 1970s and
80s the state tried to steer the city expansion by developing different
types of public housings, but these efforts are now largely diminished.
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مُساهمةموضوع: Desert City   13/11/09, 12:45 am

Desert City




The
research on New Assiut investigates another paradigm of the current
development of urbanisation in Egypt and the Nile Valley – the so
called New Towns developments or Desert Cities - established in the
mid-70s by the GOE as a large scale urbanisation program and part of
the New Town Policy. In this period the government first recognized
that the inhabited areas along the Nile – especially in the Greater
Cairo Region - were no longer able to absorb the growing population and
therefore decided to open ‘the door to conquest the desert’.
In the
aftermath of the revolution under Gamal Nasser, attempts to modernise
the country through a strongly state regulated policy were launched
(ie. the Greater Cairo Region Master Scheme.) They were calling for
creation of four industrial new towns that would generate the advent of
modern peasantry – and turn the peasants into city dwellers.
His
successor Anwar Sadat had turned these ideas into an ambitious program
of building of fourteen New Towns - the so-called First generation of
Desert Cities - that would not only be concentrated in the Greater
Cairo Region but would also spread in the desert along the Nile Valley.
While the population of these new towns was at first restricted to
about 500’000, the new satellite settlements – the Second generation -
launched in mid-80s with a size of about 120’000 inhabitants were
planned additionally in the desert territories surrounding Cairo. In
parallel of New Settlements or New Towns of the Third generation were
established as twin-towns or sister-towns to provincial cities along
the Nile.
Originally, they were planed to attract both private
and public investors and to provide the working classes with public
housing. However, the adoption of neoliberal dogma by the government in
the aftermath of the early 90s IWF and World Bank program to
restructure the Egyptian economy had an enormous impact on the future
of this form of desert urbanisation.
An opening to foreign
investments and a shift to a massive real estate boom and speculation
in the private sector had changed the original idea of the New Town
program drastically, as they were no longer in the service of the
demands of the increasing population, but merely fulfilling the desires
of a rising upper middle class elite. Today the real estate market is
becoming one of the largest economic factors for state revenues.
New Assiut – being the Third generation New Towns – is a good example
of the current stage of this development. A large area of its public
housing facilitated with minimal public infrastructure is already
completed, but the major part of the future city, which offers plots to
the private market, is still under construction. The state had reduced
its involvement in the development down to the lying of a road and
infrastructure networks, and private developers are allowed to
construct houses within a time frame of maximum five years. This very
slow construction process creates an almost surreal condition of the
urban fabric – the city not yet inhabited has an appearance of a ghost
town.

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مُساهمةموضوع: Production and Industries - Needs of a valley   13/11/09, 12:45 am

Production and Industries - Needs of a valley



The
research focuses on the various modes of production within the Nile
Valley, and the ways, often improvisational, in which they are able to
overcome the conditions of scarcity of recourses and the lack of
financial incentives - these small and basic markets and production
sites have to satisfy the needs and the demands of the large and
increasing population.
Although there were several large efforts
to modernise the country, an industrial shift never replaced the
agricultural production in Egypt. This fact becomes apparent when
looking at the labour employment numbers - industries entail only about
17%, agriculture 32%, and service economies (including tourism,
real-estate market, etc) lead with 51%. Since the revolution in 1952
and the subsequent nationalisation, most of the industrial areas in
Egypt became almost exclusively a state undertaking. In 1970 under
Sadat an authority for industrial free zones was established in order
to attract private investments in the industrial production.
Subsequently two different models appeared out of this new apparatus:
first, industrial cities as part of the first generation of new towns
concentrated around Cairo and second, industrial areas in the different
Governorates. The Governorates throughout Egypt and along the Nile were
quick to establish industrial zones themselves, with support from the
‘Industrial Development Authority’. These areas tended to be large
demarcated zones at the fringe of the Valley to the desert, but often
lacking in infrastructure, water supplies, power etc. Many of these
areas were established without feasibility studies on the nature of
local market demands. Until today many of the formal organized
industrial productions seem to have failed. This is also due to the
large distances between such production sites and the populated areas
where cheaper labour would have been available.
A widespread
phenomenon of developing countries in which production is based within
informal economies is in the case of Egypt represented by a very unique
type of microenterprises or workshops. Since generations such
enterprises are organised as family holdings and build on highly
connected social networks, which enable them to operate productively
and sustain themselves ‘outside’ of the formal markets. In Cairo for
example, such networks are visible in spatial arrangements of ‘clusters
of workshops’ - the neighbourhood of shoemakers, the neighbourhood of
metal workshops, etc. In the region of Assiut other specific spatial
and organisational patterns are appearing such as continuous rows of
informal workshops along main roads leading to urban centres.

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مُساهمةموضوع: Nexus of the Nile - Rural mass transit in Assiut   13/11/09, 12:45 am

Nexus of the Nile - Rural mass transit in Assiut



This
research question starts from a premise that the Nile Valley is a
rapidly urbanising condition marked by an increasing population growth
and with densities that exceed 2000 people per square kilometre. This
high density generates a dense and highly interconnected network of
settlements - villages and urban areas - spread along the Valley in.
The question can be raised as to how this unique condition of the dense
linear urbanisation creates its own specific systems of transport and
flows of people and goods. What types of mobility infrastructures are
present and what are the different modalities of transportation? Which
parts of this system are provided by the state and which are
self-organized?
Until today there is no private involvement in the
building of infrastructure and the government is still the sole
provider of public infrastructures for the whole country. Various
institutional arrangements orchestrate the different hierarchies and
types of transportation and infrastructure: for instance, the Ministry
of Transport is mainly responsible for the national primary and
regional road networks, while the different governorates and the MHUUD
(Ministry of Housing, Utilities, and Urban Development) are in charge
of developing infrastructure for the local districts and New Towns
along the Valley.
The conditions of the road infrastructure are
surprisingly good; they are well maintained and street lightning seems
omnipresent especially in the new town areas. By contrast, the
modalities of public transport seem to decrease strikingly. This
imbalance can be traced as a consequence of the neoliberal economic
shift in the early 90s, which resulted in shortage of public subsidies
in favour of privatisation. This situation is further clarified when
looking at the railway system and the public bus system. The Egyptian
Railway Authority ERA struggles to keep its existing system in
operation, since the fares are heavily subsidized and the railways are
frequently lacking in funds. The public bus systems in Egyptian cities
are run by separate authorities under control of Governorates, and have
been loosing passengers since the 90s due to the rising popularity of
private minibuses which operate on fixed routes and ae considered a
more reliable mode of collective transportation.

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: مفاجئة المنتدي:مشروع تخطيط وادي النيل مع الوفد السويسري   13/11/09, 01:37 am

ماشاءالله
بجد مجهود رائع يا بشمهندس جزيت خيرا
وربنا يكرمك ويكرم جميع الطلبة ولاعضاء هيئة التدريس وللوفد السويسري طبعا على المجهود ده ويجعله في ميزان حسناتكم ان شاءالله
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: مفاجئة المنتدي:مشروع تخطيط وادي النيل مع الوفد السويسري   13/11/09, 03:59 am

جبتهم منين دول؟؟
بجد شكرا وتسلم ايدك
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: مفاجئة المنتدي:مشروع تخطيط وادي النيل مع الوفد السويسري   13/11/09, 11:57 am

نورتي الموضوع يا ندى

بس متأكد من حكاية ربنا يحطها في ميزان حسناتهم؟؟؟؟؟؟؟؟؟؟؟
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ويا ريهام اللي يسأل ميتوهش

وانا كنت بدورعلى المشروع دا من بدري

وفيه الخير سعد هوا اللي دلني عليه

وشكرا للجميع

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: مفاجئة المنتدي:مشروع تخطيط وادي النيل مع الوفد السويسري   25/11/09, 10:01 pm

انا هشوف المشروع دا وهرد عليك

بس شكله كويس
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: مفاجئة المنتدي:مشروع تخطيط وادي النيل مع الوفد السويسري   10/12/09, 01:03 pm

شكا يا بشمهندسة سارة على المرور واتمنى ان الاستفادة تكون للجميع

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: مفاجئة المنتدي:مشروع تخطيط وادي النيل مع الوفد السويسري   31/12/09, 12:49 pm

ياااااااااااااااه جميل والله يا احمد انك نزلته ربنا يكرمك

فعلا مفاااااااااجئة
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: مفاجئة المنتدي:مشروع تخطيط وادي النيل مع الوفد السويسري   01/01/10, 02:37 am

اي خدمة يا اسماء

عشان الكل يستاد والموضوع فعلا مفيد لاي باحث عن اي معلومة عن مركز اسيوط

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: مفاجئة المنتدي:مشروع تخطيط وادي النيل مع الوفد السويسري   15/06/10, 09:29 am

الموضوع التاني لحكم المحكمة

عجبني لانه مفيد وحسيت اني جزء من العمل الكبير دا واتمني ان الكل يستفيد منه

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