In most of the developing countries, the planning policy has been concentrating on the development of capital cities. Desert regions are given a very little attention indeed (Hamdi, 1994). This policy resulted in many problems in both capital cities and those communities of desert areas. Capitals are suffering from the overloaded density of population, transportation, lack of housing for those creeping over the city (from surrounding rural communities) looking for job opportunities and better services. On the other hand, desert communities do not practice the part they should play in the national development scale.