School Children In Egypt To Take Part In Beach Clean Up

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April 17th and 18th 2016 will see children from the International School in Cairo undertake a fantastic 2 day Beach Clean Up at Magawish Island in the Egyptian Red Sea, with the help of IDive Makadi Bay.

Conservation is a hot topic in Egypt at the moment, with more and more people getting into the idea of improving the environment in order to protect the marine eco-systems of the future.

IDive Makadi Bay will be working with HEPCA (Hurghada Environmental Protection and Conservation Association) to help arrange logistics for the event and ensure that the students from Cairo who attend the event will not only achieve great things for the Red Sea, but also have an enjoyable time.

We will keep you updated with more information and pictures from the event later in the month.

Learn more about IDive Makadi Bay at:

Learn more about HEPCA at:


Image courtesy of IDive from their beach clean up event in 2015.



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