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Helmy Abouleish

Konstanze Abouleish




Economy of Love through Organic Farming

Number of People Impacted to-date (approx.)


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Inner Home:  Finding meaning and fulfilling purpose in service to community and society.

Striving for a future where everyone can fulfil their potential and thrive in dignity and mutual respect.

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Local Home: Renewing community and culture through integral purpose-based initiatives/livelihoods.

Greening the desert while practicing social forms that reflect human and environmental well-being through the five steps of: envisioning, researching, prototyping, upscaling and mainstreaming.

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Earth  Home is:  Fuelling systems change and collectively co-creating ‘home on Earth’.

Pioneering an approach of an Economy of Love combined with biodynamic farming, which can be replicated around the world to solve challenges of climate change.

Short Profile

In the midst of the desert, SEKEM has evolved into an oasis of a flourishing community, bringing together government, corporates, more than 2,000 farmers, and the educational community to successfully drive sustainable transformation.

Integral Model to Whole-Systems Change

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SEKEM is centrally working with Carbon Credits, which, as an environmental service, not only provides a significant increase in carbon sequestration, but also generates additional revenue for the farmers. The SEKEM Development Goals monitor progress and impact.


Since its establishment in 1977, SEKEM has developed into an Award-Winning Enterprise and International Centre of Excellence for holistic, sustainable, individual, organisational, societal development and social innovation, inspiring organizations all around the world.

Fields of Activity

Agriculture, Integral Economy

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Konstanze Abouleish

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