The Logo of 3rd Minia International Conference for Agriculture and Irrigation in

Nile Basin Countries 2019


The logo of the 3rd Minia International Conference for Agriculture and Irrigation in the Nile Basin Countries conveys a lot of information:

The original ten countries of the Nile Basin Countries represented as the sails of the Nile boats (five sails in each hand, in varying degrees of brown, reflect the different human races living in the Nile Valley). The ten boats crammed in desired cooperation. Also, those sails in the triangle form represented as the dams which are held on the Nile for water control that are appearing between those dams. These triangles may also represent the plows, which prepared the soils for agriculture process. The spaces separation between the interface ten triangles, (five in each hand), symbolizes the Nile which runs through the Nile Basin from the far south to far north. Triangles put in this situation the vector of the highest in something great edifice inspired by a sense of Pyramid shape (Egypt). Green leaves reflect (in love) for germination, development and agriculture also represent ten countries, consisting of the peoples of the Nile Basin The use of geometric shapes in the logo indicates that the time of the modern agricultural science and engineering and development operations in the agriculture and irrigation (agriculture and modern irrigation). Takes into account writing the name of the Conference also in Arabic, as a symbol of Arab and African cooperation, also to Egypt as the Arab Organization and host of the Conference. The Logo is designed by Dr. Ahmed Sakran, Associate Professor of Decor, Faculty of Fine Arts, Minia University, El-Minia, Egypt (2011)

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