Welcoming the American Women of Jordan EcoPeace Middle East acts through change, and one of the greatest tools for change is education. We are unlikely to change our behaviours unless we understand why, so EcoPeace has always tried to be open and objective in providing information on the environmental reality within our region. Understanding that […]
Jordan has been repeatedly ranked as one of the poorest countries in the world in terms of water resources. The Syrian crises resulting in a constant refugee influx over the past few years has exacerbated the problem making Jordan the second poorest country worldwide in water resources. With these constant challenges, the Kingdom took measures […]
EcoPeace Middle East has successfully led a second tour in the Jordan valley on the 25th of February, 2015. The visit coordinated in collaboration with the Jordan Valley Authority included his Excellency Mr. Saed Abu Hamour Head of the JVA along with Israeli experts and consultants from the Israeli Lower Jordan River Drainage Authority. The purpose of the […]
On the 28th of November, 2014, students from Seeds of Peace joined our Good Water Neighbours Youth Water Trustees in a workshop held at the Sharhabil Bin Hassneh EcoPark. The workshop presented by Liza Kawar, GWN/Youth coordinator aimed at introducing the students to the work of EcoPeace Middle East concerning Environmental Peace-building and included an […]
What Happens When a Group of Jordanians, Palestinians and Israelis Come Together to Plan an Educational Youth Camp?
On November 28, 2013, the Good Water Neighbours Regional Community Coordinators meeting took place at FoEME’s SHE Eco-Park in Jordan. Following is an account of the day’s events..
Amid the arid hills, lies a patch of lush green with an entrance decorated with old acacia trees that provide cooling shade. Home for many specious including the Yellow Vented Bulbul, nomadic in their behavior as they travel from one branch to the next, chirping beautiful melodies, as such, is the beauty of nature that […]