Address: British University in Egypt "BUE" - El Sherouk City - Suez Desert Road - Cairo - Egypt 
Hotline: 19283 or (+202) 26890000 - Extension: 1059 
Mobile: (+2) 01001582297
Fax: (+202) 26300010/20 
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Events And Activities: The center contributed in organizing the visit of the President of Central African Republic in Egypt in December, 2014.  The center organized "Parliamentarian Women in  Africa and The Arab World"  Conference, in the presence of the President of the Arab Parliament, At the Arab League States HEADQUARTERS In Cairo, to promote Arab-African cooperation in the parliamentary field.  The center organized a cultural event showing the South African documentary on "Nelson Mandela in Cairo “at the British University in Egypt, in the presence of the movie cast and many African ambassadors in Egypt led by the South Africa Ambassador.  The center initiated series of visits to the Egyptian industrial cities for the African Ambassadors accredited to Egypt starting with 10th of Ramadan Industrial City.   The center helped African Countries in particular (Ethiopia, Guinea, and Nigeria,) to get scholarships at the British University in Egypt.  The center organized a conference to define for the Egyptian Businessmen the benefits of the African Economic Blocs' Summit held in SHARM EL -SHEIKH.   The Center cooperates with "Cairo Center for Conflict Resolution & Peacekeeping in Africa" in the field of training of African troops.  The Center organized a conference on “Egypt in the African Heart” The conference aimed at achieving the desired partnership between Egyptian Businessmen and their counterparts in the rest of the continent and to opening new horizons to strengthen Egypt's presence in Africa. It also aimed at establishing a partner relationship, in different sectors among all states, as well as the presentation of successful experiences in the continent. 
The Center looks forward to assist and cooperate with the Egyptian Government, Business Sector and African Countries and their Embassies in Cairo to achieve mutual interests of both sides. 

The Center looks forward to assist and cooperate with all other African countries, the business sector and think tanks all over the world specializing in African Affairs to create a peaceful prosperous, developed continent for all of us.    

Enhance the strength of Egypt soft power. Providing insights and solutions designed to strengthen political and. economic relations between Egypt and African Countries.  Achieve and enhance the Egyptian interests in Africa. 
The Mechanisms:
 The Centre provides support for the Egyptian Government through its policy papers which assist high officials in making appropriate decisions towards other African Countries.  Provides Egyptian Businessmen, interested in Africa, with a database on investment and trade opportunities available in other African Countries.  The center organizes workshops, forums, local and international conferences, seminars, round tables and group discussions on important events and emerging issues happening in the continent of Africa.   Deepen awareness of African Issues, interests, challenges and Dynamics of the Egyptian Africa Relation within the British University in Egypt. 
About us:

Egypt/Africa Center was established by the British University in Egypt (BUE) December 2014. It was inaugurated by Honorable. Catherine Samba Panza, President of the Central African Republic, who accepted to be the Honorary President of the Centre.

Egypt/Africa Centre is an independent think-tank specializing in African affairs aiming at enhancing and strengthening relations between Egypt and other African sisterly Countries as well as promoting the understanding of the key geo-political and developmental challenges and opportunities existing the African Continent.

Egypt/Africa Centre aims at generating a vision for the region’s growth and prosperity. 
It was founded by Ambassador/ Mona Omar - Former Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs for Africa. 
Ambassador Aly El-Hefny Assumes His Functions As The New CHAIRMAN of The CENTER As of February 12, 2018.