IIMSAM’s Secretary-General Remigio Maradona Official Visit to the Republic of Egypt a Resounding Success Via His Emphatic Statement on the Occasion of United Nations Environment Day 25th of June 2018 at the Arab League of Member States/Arab Academy for Science, Technology & Maritime Transport

Championing the IIMSAM response to   COVID-19 world crisis and IIMSAM’S Humanitarian-Advocacy-Advisers-Dynamic Duo went into action (Pict-Rt.) Mr. Wael Fayed. (Pict-Left) Mr. Mohamed Saad supports IIMSAM’S Response to the COVID-19 world crisis delivering imperative food items (sugar, oil, tomato paste, rice, Teabags, Macaroni, butter, and beans, as well as the lifesaving masks. (Among other items.) To dozens of needy poverty-stricken families in Cairo’s Giza Governorate/Dukki District. The District is struggling with extreme poverty and its inhabitants – most of the families are living below the poverty line. 

Comments by the Secretary-General of IIMSAM:

<< Secretary-General Remigio Maradona extends his support & gratitude to IIMSAM’S Exo-Humanitarian Advocacy Advisers and Dynamic Duo Mr. Fayed and Mr. Saad. Whose humbled humanitarianism amidst the Covid-19 world crisis has been commendable. I am proud of them and their concrete deeds delivering vital services to those in need and, in doing so, elevating the IIMSAM organisation commitment to assist in times of crisis. As the Secretary-General of IIMSAM, I commend you as “I’am entirely behind you and your humanitarian endeavors.” IIMSAM’S Response to Covid-19 with your latest efforts and with the other Ambassadors who have responded in a noble humanitarian task to the COVID-19 Pandemic. >>

IIMSAM Picture from left to right: Newly Appointed Goodwill Ambassador Ms. Cynthia M. Thomalla — SG R. Maradona – Prof. Ismail Abdel Ghafar. Chairman of the LAS./Pres.AASTMT-Ms. Eco-Founder & IIMSAM Sp.Adv-of SG — Dr. Amal Resk – Dr. Mohamed H. Abdrabou, Ph.D.

During his official visit to Egypt for which the Secretary-General R. Maradona made an emphatic statement at the Arab League of Member States/AASTMT on the occasion of the United Nations Environment Day in Egypt 25th of June 2018. The Secretary-General met in Alexandria with H.E. Prof. Ismail Abdel Ghafar Chairman of the League of Arab States/AASTMT. The Secretary-General congratulated the Chairman and expressed appreciation for the Chairman’s support to the work of the IIMSAM. The IIMSAM continues to count on the chairman’s leadership and commitment to the support of the 2030 Agenda, including through international cooperation under a strategic partnership with the L.A.S/AASTMT. Discussed. The Secretary-General commended the pilot-project of the construction of a state of the art spirulina cultivation facility. Consistent and constructive advocacy for the use of spirulina in fighting malnutrition in Egypt. The IIMSAM Secretary-General Maradona underlined the commitment of the IIMSAM to assist in supporting the Egyptian Spirulina Pilot-Project by lending our expert(s) strategizing Spirulina Distribution Strategies and auditing of its grass root level execution as an observer. Hence, ensuring befitting reply to malnutrition in Egypt and the Arab world per the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations (SDGs) in the purview of IIMSAM’s Mandate.


The Strategic Partnership between IIMSAM and the Arab League of Member States/AASTMT shall be instrumental in playing a nodal role in establishing a long-term relationship between IIMSAM and Arab Academy for Science Technology & Maritime Transport as well as Countries of The Arab League. The partnership will implement effective International Public Relations to showcase this endeavor to the global audience appropriately. In this regards the Secretary-General wasted no time and appointed H.E. Ambassador Kunwar Vikrant Sandal as an IIMSAM Expert to the mission with Arab Academy for Science Technology & Maritime Transport in the field of Spirulina research, cultivation, technical and scientific issues. Amb. Sandal is a globally acknowledged Spirulina & Phycocyanin expert.

He is an Oxford University Alumni (Hertford 2008), where he read for Social Entrepreneurship, prior to which he attained an Honor’s degree in Engineering from Coventry University. Amb. Sandal has taken a life time objective of “Eradication of Malnutrition Globally & Achieve Food Security” and his entire working is aligned towards it. Along with IIMSAM, he has established a premier Phycology Research & Development Centre which is engaged in carrying out high-end R&D in the field of Phycology for producing various microalga including Spirulina in a most cost-effective way. Amb. Sandal is a mass Spirulina Cultivation Expert and produced 1000s of MTs of Quality Spirulina in his Spirulina Cultivation Facility which is one of the biggest in the world. He is the first person in the world to bring anti-cancer molecule PHYCOCYANIN from Spirulina to the mass production and developed low cost technologies for it to ensure its outreach among the masses.

IIMSAM’s Secretary General Remigio Maradona Praises the Leadership and Action Oriented Activities by Dr. Amaal Resk Special-Adviser and Envoy in the Republic of Egypt. On Behalf of IIMSAM for Advocacy and Institutional Development as Well as Youth Project LTCP-UN-UNESCO “Let’s Take Care of Planet” in a Synergy of Cooperation Between IIMSAM/UN-UNESCO

During the period of 19th to 22nd of July 2018, LTCP UN-UNESCO in cooperation with IIMSAM organized summer ’18 camp with the theme Beat the Plastic Pollution. It took place at TU Berlin Campus – El Gouna, and created a unique atmosphere for innovation, teamwork and learning. The camp combines lectures, workshops, hands-on experiments, and social activities; to foster the participant’s learning experience. 2018-Theme: Beat the Plastic Pollution: The theme for this Summer Camp 2018 was to simply teach the youth about the three R’s of the environment “Reuse-Reduce-Recycle” and how to practically and effectively apply them. Following the fact that more than 30% of our waste is packaging material; then it is widely advisable not to get rid of this waste, instead; we could make full use of it in more smart and eco-friendly ways such as: Reusing our packaging things again instead of throwing them away, this could be done in simple and creative ways though. What’s more is: Recycling what is possible from the materials we use in our daily life. Recycled items are put through a process that makes it possible to create new products out of the materials from the old ones. Last but not least, we cannot ignore that: Reducing our daily amount of waste is the best way to help our environment.

Attended the camp: (Photo-left) Dr. Amaal Rezk – Special-Adviser-Envoy of the Secretary-General of IIMSAM who interacted with all the participants to let them know more about IIMSAM and it’s objectives. IIMSAM is one of the strategic partners as Dr. Amaal performed the orientation about the IIMSAM-Mandate, Protocols, and what is an IGO like IIMSAM to all participants and all delegates who were oblivious about IIMSAM. After the seminar they were all aware of IIMSAM’s profile as an observer IGO at UN HQ in New York and its most important Mandate against the number one killer in the world hunger/acute malnutrition.