Input your search keywords and press Enter.

The Egyptian Bio-Dynamic Association

Promoting Sustainable Agriculture since 1994
Overview

Regenerative Agriculture in Egypt

Understanding the long-term impacts of conventional agriculture on society and the environment, and believing in the necessity to transition towards more sustainable agricultural systems, The Egyptian Biodynamic Association (EBDA), an independent non-governmental organization, was established in 1944 to promote organic and biodynamic agriculture in Egypt.

Since its establishment, EBDA has worked with more than 1500 farmers all around the country and has been supporting them every step of the way, by helping them during the conversion process, improving the quality of their work and products, and ultimately enhancing their well-being and livelihood.

What Services Does EBDA Provide?
Consultancy

Consultancy

Support for national and international certifications

Support for national and international certifications

Market access for organic/biodynamic raw materials

Market access for organic/biodynamic raw materials

Hosting awareness-raising events and campaigns

Hosting awareness-raising events and campaigns

Capacity building and training programs

Capacity building and training programs

Active networking between stakeholders of the Organic/Demeter sector

Active networking between stakeholders of the Organic/Demeter sector

Disseminating Scientific Knowledge Products

Disseminating Scientific Knowledge Products

Developing and Distributing Organic/Biodynamic Inputs

Developing and Distributing Organic/Biodynamic Inputs

Economy of Love Agriculture Carbon Credits

Economy of Love Agriculture Carbon Credits

Demeter Trademark

The EBDA is actively supporting its farming members and member companies to comply with national and international regulations of the Biodynamic Federation Demeter International (BFDI) for farming and processing, alongside other standards.
The association has subcontracted the Center of Organic Agriculture in Egypt (COAE) to conduct regular audits on demeter farms. The COAE is accredited by the BFDI Accreditation Council.