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Jordan Environment Society – Training

March 24, 2010

1.   Introduction

Jordan Environment Society (JES) has been established in Amman in 1988 and registered at the Ministry of Interior, as a non-governmental, non-profitable NGO, concerned with protecting the environment and preserving its basic elements of water, air, soil and living beings, in addition to reinforcing the principle of voluntary work in the Jordan, and creating an appropriate equation between development and economy without harming the environment, in order to achieve the principle of sustainable development.

JES has the embassies to cooperate with the Ministry of Environment (MoEnv) to develop the human resources of Jordanand the Region with environmental management expertise in order to build up the concept of sustainable development. In 2003, JES signed a memorandum of understanding with the MoEnv. The result of cooperation was the establishment of specialized Training and Capacity Building Unit between JES and the Ministry. This will result in an increasing in the capacity of Jordan training institution, to deliver effective environmental management training throughout the key related sectors. The Unit will build up the environmental capacity of human recourses through supplying opportunities for key institutions to participate accredit advanced training courses in environmental management.

2.   Training Principle

The principle of training is Train-Trainer or training of trainers (TOT) and according to the plane which was put by JES and Ministry of Environment, many Jordanian and regional participants will be qualified in many environmental management fields, which will develop the human recourses to build institutional training capacity.

3.   Objectives of Training

–  Developing the capacity of Jordan and Regional countries to meet environmental management training needs and practices.

–  Enhancing coordination among institutions involved in the formulation of environment–related policy.

–  Increasing awareness of environmental management importance to protect the environment.

–  Increasing the practical skills of the expertise in environmental management (EM) to achieve the concept of sustainable development.

–  Strengthen the EM capacities of partner institutions and regional institutions.

–  Formalizing the system of accredit advanced training courses in EM.

–  Increasing the capacity to apply a range of enforcement tools including environmental legislation to develop effective compliance strategies which will support environmental protection goals.

4.   Target Groups

  • Decision makers who have certain level in environmental matters.
  • Technicians and NGOs.
  • Private sector.
  • Public agencies, ministries, and municipalities.


5.     Certificates

Any trainee who completes the training course requirements will be granted a certificate from both MoEnv and JES. Formalizing system of accredit of training course, which would allow participants to accumulate credit towards formal diploma or other organized certificate.

6.     Available Training Courses (For more details see the attached table)


1. EIA: Environmental Impact Assessment: Overview

2.     EIA: Scoping, Screening and Terms of Reference Development for EIA

3.   EIA: Preparation of EIA Report

4.     EIA: Reviewing the EIA Report

5.     EIA: Public Participation of  EIA

6.     EHIA: Environmental Health Impact Assessment

7.     Environmental Auditing

8.       Environmental Law

9.       Environmental Public Awareness (PA)

10. State of Environment Reporting (SOER)

11. Participatory Rapid Appraisal (PRA)

12. Basic Environmental Health 

13.Radio Active (transportation, storage, ext….)

14. Chemical Safety Training Modules

15. GIS and GPS

16. Sport and Environment

17. Environmental Engineering

18. Effective Planning for Natural Reserves

19. Waste Water Treatment

1D (Prerequisite)

4D (150JD)

4D (150JD)

4D (150JD)

4D (150JD)


Please note that:

All course presentations are subject to minimum registrations.

If you have the minimum registrations, we can bring any course to your location.

–  We can tailor course content and schedule to suit your specific requirements

–  Any of the courses above can be re-scheduled to suit your training needs.

For further information, contact:

P.O Box: 922821 Amman 1192

Tel. +962.6.5699844

Fax: +962.6.5695857


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Jordan Environment Society – Current Projects

March 24, 2010

1•  Recycling Project:

The project involves three partner NGOs (JES, RSCN, and AWO). The main achievements of the project so far are the fact that larger numbers of people are becoming supporters of the recycling process, more collection sites have been allocated, production of information materials on local recycled paper is increasing and improving in quality with more people becoming convinced to use these products.

We would like to inform you about the recycling project; which is a program that aims at spreading the idea of recycling through organizing awareness programmes in schools, factories, homes, institutions and associations.

These awareness programs are accompanied with collecting used paper and plastic; as a way for the local community to support and participate in the segregation and collecting processes, in addition to produce and market various products, to encourage using the recycled paper and plastic.

Whereas working in recycling wasted paper has started with the initiative of a number of environmental volunteers at JES in 1995 accompanied with the gathering of some specialized people to work on spreading the idea of recycling in the local community. Therefore, a coalition has been formed between the local communities parties to guarantee a sponsoring support to the project and to find a base for cooperation between them .

2•  Environmental Training and Capability Building Unit Project

Jordan Environment Society (JES) has reactivated the king Hussein Program for Environmental Management, which was terminated in 1998 due to the cut-off of the fund from the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) that which had adopted the establishment and the activation of this program in cooperation with the Public Institution for Environmental Protection (Ministry of Environment) in late 2002. The project aims at improving Jordans capability to meet the training needs in the field of environmental management.

3•  Nutrition Unit Project:

In 2006 JES established this unit to familiarize the community with food and health food supplements. JES provides consultations through this unit, and hold specialized courses in nutrition.

4•  Environmental Theatre Project:

The Society produced the first environmental comedy drama in Jordan and in the Arab World, entitled “Recycling”. This drama addresses the cultural interaction regarding domestic solid waste and its economic importance at the individual and national levels as a source of income, in addition to the environmental aspect. The drama was performed by the famous Jordanian actors Hussein Tbeshat who played Uncle Ghafels character, and Mahmoud Sayma Budor who played Hamdis character.

5•  The Iraqi Ministry of Environment employees Training Project:  

Based on the singed agreement between JES and World Health Organization (WHO)/Iraqs office to train Iraqi employees in environmental field,  five courses were conducted to cover five topics: environmental auditing, writing reports about the state of environment, environmental awareness, foundations of environmental health and  the principles of chemical safety.

6•  Environmental Student Network Project

7•  Waste Oil Recycling Project

8•  Environmental Garden Project

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Jordan Environment Society – Coming Projects

March 24, 2010

1•  National Environment Center (NEC):

2•  Finance some previous and/or incomplete projects.

3•  Training women on how to handle dangerous home chemicals substances and its substitutes.

4•  Manufacturing art pieces from solid waste, to be displayed in an environment museum environment garden.

5•  Make natural compost from organic remaining waste.

6•  Environment tourism in Jordan Valley and preserving the biodiversity.  

7•  Water Harvest Projects.

8•  Eliminating insects and rodents near Ramtha Waste Water Treatment plant.

9•  Healthy School Project.

10•  Phenomena of smoking among teenagers in schools.

11•  Biodiversity in Al-Mafrak / Al-Mafrak Natural Reservoir.

12•  Recycling black plastic used in green houses in Al-Mafrak and Ghor Al-Safi.  

13•  Preserving the quality of drinking water near Al-Akaider area / Al-Akaider waste landfill.

14•  Fight insects and rodents near Kherbat Al-Samra treatment plant.

15•  Nutrition awareness in public schools project.  

16•  Spreading environmental awareness through cartoons among students.

17•  Development of “Abeel” Forest project and Arshadyeh in Tafeleh.

18•  Environment tourism project in Al-Barbadeh Spas in Tafeleh.

19•  Awareness projects in water and energy.

20•  Treatment of olive oils remnant Project.  

21•  Hazardous waste managing projects.

22•  Integrated Pests Managements Project .

23•  Effect of air pollution from Oil Refinery and Al-Hussein Energy Station and Kherbat Al-Samra on the residents of Al-Hashmieh district.  

24•  Rehabilitation of the Biodiversity in Al-Hashmieh area and preserve the remaining kinds.  

25•  Stop air and dust pollution in Al-Fuhais.

26•  Local organic fertilizers treatment, in order to limit the spread of flies and smell in South Gor areas.  

27•  The dust problem produced by Potash Company and its effect on Gor Al-Safi area.  

28•  Industrial pollution as a result of factories in Sahab and Zarka.

29•  Environment tourism to Barza village in Madaba/ District of Thiban .

30•  Environment tourism in Jerash .  

31•  Water harvest in some schools and mosques in Irbid .  

32•  Project of establishing “Eco- Products Shop” in Shmesani area / Branch of Jordan Environment Society Amman .

33•  Building a natural gas unit in order to produce energy and organic fertilizers to develop rural areas.  

34•  Project of ” Environment student mail.”

35•  Develop Ajloun area for tourism.

36•  Environment museum project on Jordan Environment Society land in Amman .

37•  Issue an Environment Calendar with environment slogans for the local community.  

38•  Use the treated wastewater from Fuhais and Mahis Stations to grow Christmas trees.

39•  Make water Salina or wet areas using wastewater naturally.  

40•  Grow medical herbs in Fuhais without using plastic green houses.

41•  Improve environmental conditions of Al- Salt slaughterhouse near Salt Refinery Station.

42  Finance environmental projects related to Russifa area.

43•  Establish environmental training unit, concerned with environment management at Jordan Environment Society.

– Proposed Projects for Funding Prepared by Ahmed Al-kofahi Executive Director :

Title of project: Project of establishing “Eco- Products Shop” in Shmesani area/ Branch of Jordan Environment Society Amman
Key Person Ahmed Al- Kofahi/Executive Director of JES
Location of the project Amman , Amman JES branch
Names of Partner/s ?
Implemented organizations JES
Project proposed budget JDs 35,000 (Budget will be detailed later)
Project Duration One Year/ May be extended
Project Objectives -Promoting the use of environmental products among Jordanian people especially school students and other local community.
  -Reducing the use of hazardous stuff by replacing them with these friendly environment stuff
  -Educational objective
Target groups Consumers especially School students, Women, local community, environmentalists, …etc.
Activities Public awareness campaigns, publications (brochures, posters, TV snapshots, …etc), lectures in schools, marketing
  products, exhibitions…etc.
Title of project: Hazardous Waste Management
Key Person Ahmed Al- Kofahi/Executive Director of JES
Location of the project Amman/JES Headquarters
Names of Partner/s ?
Implemented organizations JES
Project proposed budget JDs 37,000 (Budget will be detailed later)
Project Duration One Year/ May be extended
Project Objectives -Reduce the use of hazardous waste -Public awareness of how to handle hazardous waste
  -Protecting the public health -Educational objective -Lift the abilities of those who work in the hazardous field to handle dangerous waste
Target groups Local community, Municipalities, Workers in landfills, women, NGOs.
Activities Training workshops, Lectures, Publications, Field visits, Training manual…etc.
Title of project: Integrated Pest Management Project (IPM)
Key Person Ahmed Al- Kofahi/Executive Director of JES
Location of the project Amman / Headquarters and Jordan Vally Branches
Names of Partner/s ?
Implemented organizations JES
Project proposed budget JDs 50,000 (Budget will be detailed later)
Project Duration One Year/ May be extended
Project Objectives -To establish ecologically and economically sound plant protection systems at the farm level. -Promoting the use of environmental food products among Jordanian people
  -Reducing the use of harmful agricultural pesticides in farms
  -Protecting the public health of consumers
  -Educational objective
Target groups Public, institutions, ministries, private business, farmers, and students
Activities Training workshops, Lectures, Publications, TV, …etc
Title of project: Project of ” Environment student mail.”
Key Person Ahmed Al- Kofahi/Executive Director of JES
Location of the project Amman/JES Headquarters
Names of Partner/s ?
Implemented organizations JES
Project proposed budget JDs 20,000 (Budget will be detailed later)
Project Duration One Year/ May be extended
Project Objectives -Promoting public awareness among students -Establishing a new mail regarding environment in school
  -Making students aware of the new environmental information
  -Connect many schools in an environmental network through the student mail
Target groups Public and private schools, students, teachers.
Activities Establishing mail boxes in schools, public awareness campaign among students, distribution mechanism, establishing
  a network in schools …etc.
Title of project: Environment museum project on Jordan Environment Society land in Amman .
Key Person Ahmed Al- Kofahi/Executive Director of JES
Location of the project Amman/JES land in Tarek area.
Names of Partner/s ?
Implemented organizations JES
Project proposed budget JDs 40,000 (Budget will be detailed later)
Project Duration One Year/ May be extended
Project Objectives -Let students and local community explore the environment in the field -Educational objectives -Exploring the biodiversity and know more about native plants -Establishing the environmental camp and using it by the locals -Initiating the role of the local leaderships to benefit of its action and its positive relationships to serve the local environment.
  – Supporting of local heritage.
Target groups School students, Women, local community
Activities Constructing facilities, Training workshops, Lectures, Publications, TV, …etc
Title of project: Manufacturing art pieces from solid waste, to be displayed in an environment museum environment garden.
Key Person Ahmed Al- Kofahi/Executive Director of JES
Location of the project Amman/JES
Names of Partner/s ?
Implemented organizations JES
Project proposed budget JDs 40,000 (Budget will be detailed later)
Project Duration One Year/ May be extended
Project Objectives -Making a relation between waste and arts -Reuse of waste
  -Reducing the dumping of waste in the landfills -Changing people behaviors regarding waste -Promote the concept of recycling waste -Educational objective -Establishing and executing different small productive projects that can help the low-income families, to increase their income and improve their standard of living. -Initiating the role of the local community to benefit of waste -Saving our natural resources
Target groups Artists, School students, Women, local community
Activities Training workshops, Lectures, Publications, Training manual…etc.


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Jordan Environment Society – Former Projects

March 24, 2010
1. National Environmental Information and Education Program (NEIEP): An agreement to implement this program was concluded with the Friedrich Naumann foundation in 1991 for three years. The agreement was renewed until the end of 1997. This program conducts training and educational activities targeting JESs staff and volunteers and other local and Arab environmental groups, media people, politicians, teachers and women, organizations and other sectors of the society. The program produces information materials on environmental issues and uses its mobile environmental exhibition to spread awareness all over the country. NEIEP aims at creating a special environmental library ( Environmental Information Bank) in future phases of cooperation. NEIEP is considered one of JESs tools to implement its policies and achieves its goals.

2. Awareness Project in Water (APW):

Water resources in Jordan are critically limited. The problem of water scarcity and quality represents a challenge for scientists and policy makers. APW is designed to implement sustainable “information, education, and communication” campaigns and activities throughout Jordan with the specific targets of decision makers, businesses, public and private organizations, community leaders, women, university students and children. APW has been implemented since June 1994 by JES in cooperation with Ministry of Water and Irrigation (MWI) and USAID for about five years. The main APW objective is to strengthen the institutional capacity of JES to plan, supervise and implement public awareness activities

APW aims to achieve public awareness at three levels:

Level 1: creation of general awareness through mass media campaigns, activities, and special events which attract large numbers of people.

Level 2: development of local human resources by training selected leaders from voluntary organizations especially the JES branches, women organizations, and others to be trained as trainers.

Level 3: local public awareness activities are implemented by community leaders which have been trained in level2.

The public awareness campaign strategy has been to use mass communications to create interest and promote information on the need to use water more efficiently. Slogans like “Every Water Drop Counts” have been effective especially with school children.

Community activities implemented by staff and trained local leaders (over 1,100) target different community sectors. Posters, stamps, films, computer displays, brochures and stickers contain messages that encourage people to save water for future generations, use water saving devices, protect water from pollution, collect rainwater and other themes which encourage water conservation

Over 5,000 people throughout the Kingdom in different targets have attended workshops, lectures, seminars and special events to learn about water conservation and discuss local needs. Two studies were conducted, first: the Water Awareness Study (phase 1&2), second use of Water Saving Devices (WSD) in Jordan . The study showed that of consumers who use large amounts of water, 16-30% savings could be realized with the installation of water saving devices. Seminars are being held to encourage engineering firms, hotels, hospitals, private schools and universities to use these devices. Four demonstration sites have been established to show the application of water saving devices, recycling, reuse, water harvesting and other water conservation efforts. These sites will be used for field trips or activities to emphasize the advantages of water conservation methods.

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3•  Integrated Pest Management Project (IPM):

To establish ecologically and economically sound plant protection systems at the farm level. This can be achieved only by a joint effort of all involved Jordanian institutions and organizations. Ministries and research institutions, private businesses and farmers have to coordinate their activities to make a transfer and adaptation of environmentally friendly plant protection technology possible. In the long run this will lead to the re-establishment and preservation of the natural balance between agricultural pests and their natural enemies. This in turn will contribute to a sustainable agricultural production, as well as general improvement in human health conditions.

4• Water Efficiency and Public Information for Action (WEPIA)

5•  Environmental Education Data Base Program:

An education interactive data base including environmental local and global information supported by animation, pictures sound, and short movies which make the information more interesting to read and understand by the students. The CD was developed for PC users in Arabic version. This CD will be distributed to colleges, schools and any other interested institution.

6•  King Hussein Environmental Management Training Program:

The project is a partnership effort by the governments of Canada and Jordan and aims at upgrading Jordanian training capacities in the field of environmental management. KHEMTP develops the human resources that will build institutional training capacity to provide Jordan with the environmental management expertise to develop its economy while protecting both its natural and human environment. Specifically, the program will address the need for human resource development in environmental impact assessment, environmental auditing, state of environment reporting, environmental law and public awareness.

7•  The Solid Waste Management Project:-

An agreement has been signed for three year in 2000 between the Kuwait Society for Environment Protection and JES, this agreement by fund from Arabia Fund for Economic and Social Development.
The Kuwait Society for Environment Protection take the responsibility of the projects management and cooperation among within participant countries.

Project goals:-

•  The contribution in developing the solid waste management and to stop from its negative reflection on environment and local community health.

•  Find a mechanism and practical ways for ideal management of the solid waste.

•  Increasing the environmental public awareness for all responsible management institution.

8•  Bio-Gas Project

9•  Medical Waste Management:

The project goal is biosafety, which can be defined as the protection of medical personnel at their work places from biological and chemical hazards and to raise awareness in the medical community about MWM. The project is for 1999-2000 and is funded by GTZ.


10•  Agro-Biodiversity Click here to read a pdf file

11•  Segregation of Household Hazardous Waste Pilot Project:-

The Jordan Environment Society is implementing a pilot project to segregate household hazardous waste from other waste streams in Wadi Al-Sir Ares/ Al-Sahel suburb in collaboration with the Ministry of Environment and Greater Amman Municipality to provide the needed Capacity Building of public information for the residents and traders in the area on how to handle there waste through segregation, transportation, treatment as well as its hazards to the public health and environment.

Funded by (USAID) through partnership agreement with the International City/County Management Association (ICMA).

12•  Other Projects and Programs:

 a) Environmental Health Project (EHP):

This project has been implemented by JES in Dhuleil Wadi ( North/East Amman ). The objectives of this project were to promote personal measures to control household pests and to reduce the use of insecticides and pesticides by the local communities. This project was funded by USAID and supported by the local government.

b) Rhus Forest and Greenbelt Project:

In an effort to involve the private sector and large industries in environmental protection, JES has fostered the rehabilitation of abandoned quarries with the Jordan Cement Factory. The project aims to establish a mixed forest on the sites with Rhus trees forming more than 50% of the forest. The project will help in conserving biodiversity and increasing tree cover. JES undertook the planting of a greenbelt consisting of 15,000 forest trees and 2000 fruit trees around the cement factory site in Fuheis near Amman . 

c) The Global Environment Facility/Small Grants Program (GEF/SGP):

The purpose of this program is to support and promote community-level initiatives that address global environmental challenges. Projects supported by this program should also benefit the local environment and improve the livelihood of local communities.

To date, the program has supported a total of 32 environmental projects. The program is hosted at JES.

e) Production of Environmental Honey Project .

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Jordan Environment Society (JES) – JES Profile

March 24, 2010

Since its establishment, JES has hosted various unique environmental projects. Some of these projects include: awareness in water and environment, eco-media, integrated pest control, biogas, recycling, medical waste management, hazardous domestic waste management, solid waste management in Arab countries, comedian environmental theatre and an eco-student network. To accomplish its goals, JES has worked in partnership with many national, regional and international institutions. Some of our supporting agencies are: The Jordanian government and private sectors, USAID, WEPIA, UNDP, GTZ, Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development (AFESD),Fridrich Naumann Foundation, Canadian International Cooperation Agency (CIDA), WHO, and the French and Swedish governments.

In early 2003, a memorandum of understanding was signed with the Ministry of Environment for cooperation in all environmental issues. Many environmental challenges have been dealt with at the national level and proper solutions were set forth. JES worked hand in hand with the legislative authority, especially the Health and Environment Committee at the House of Representatives, with the aim to develop the current environment laws and regulations.

JES also issues a number of publications, such as the quarterly magazine “The Environment”, which educates the reader about current environmental issues around the world. a JES also publishes a periodical, called “The message of Environment Journal”, that documents the activities that JES and its branches are carrying out. JES has specialized committees to cater to all environmental issues. It hosts a legal committee, scientific, cultural, media, and agricultural committee, as well as the environment volunteers committee.

In cooperation with the Ministry of Environment, and through the former Program of King Hussein Environmental Management Training Program, JES has been holding Training of Trainers (ToT) courses in the environmental management field since 2003. JES offers courses on environmental audit, state of environmental reporting, environmental law, environmental awareness, and participatory appraisal. We also offer a specialized course in Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), which is necessary for achieving sustainable development and meeting legal requirements for investment projects. At the completion of each course, the participant is granted a comprehensive certificate signed by the Ministry of Environment and JES.

Cooperation with international entities:

1.      United Nations Environment Programme: During the last 10 years, there was fruitful cooperation between JES and many of the UN organizations in the field of environment in general, and the training in specific. In February 2009, JES cooperated with UNEP to educate 35 professionals from Palestine in EIA, focusing on public participation.

2.      WHO/ Iraq: Around 150 employees from Iraqi Ministry of Environment were educated from the JES training courses. The trained professionals went on to train around 300 trainees inside Iraq on the following topics:

  • Training of Trainers on “Environment audit”
  • Training of Trainers on “Preparation the state of environment ”
  • Training of Trainers on “Public awareness on environmental issues”
  • Training of Trainers on “ Basic Environmental health”
  • Training of Trainers on “Chemical Safety”


2.  CEHA: JES provided different training services to the WHO Regional Centre for Environmental Health Activities (CEHA). Among these services is design and production of training and learning materials. During the last 10 years CEHA contracted JES to design and produce several training packages in the field of environmental health. Production was in different format and different languages.

3.  UNICEF: Training of 20 participants on drinking water analysis in the year 2007. This practical training course was conducted in the Ministry of Water and Irrigation laboratories. 

4.      Cooperation with Save the Children in the following fields:

·  Nutrition for children.

·  Production of Children’s play on Birds’ Flu

·  Clean-up the World campaign

5.  Saudi Arabia: JES has agreed to conduct 8 training courses on EIA for the government of Saudi Arabia. Thus far, JES has hosted 5 of 8 courses.

Beginning in 1994, JES initiated a recycling project, the first pilot project of its kind in Jordan, 1994 in cooperation with the Greater Amman Municipality (GAM) and the Ministry of Environment. The aim of this project is to preserve natural resources, minimize pressure on waste dumps, spread, apply the concept of separating solid wastes for recycling, and promote the use of recycled materials like paper, cardboard, metal, and plastic.

Recently, the recycling project was supported by His Majesty the King himself. Also it won the Ford International Award organized in Dubai in the year 2005 for the recycling play and the Dubai Municipality Award and other international and regional awards, etc.

All such efforts exerted by JES, were concluded by: the State’s Appreciation Award of 2003 granted to JES for being the best NGO engaged in environment field,

Project Name Project duration Objectives Target sectors Financing parties Amount

US $

National Environmental Information and Education Program (NEIEP) 1991-1998 Build abilities and awareness. Promoting of public awareness among Jordanian. Youth, children, women and farmers German Friedrich Naumann Foundation 700,000
Awareness Project in water (APW) 1994-1999 Education, information, communication, studies,and public awareness campaigns Students, women, priests and educational instructors United States Agency for International Development (USAID) 650,000
Integrated Pest Management Project (IPM) 1999-2004 To establish ecologically and economically sound plant protection systems at the farm level. Public, institutions, ministries, private business, farmers, and students German Technical Cooperation (GTZ) 10,000
Recycling Project 1995- present Recycling paper and Environment Awareness. Separating waste and recycling and public awareness Students, schools and institutions GEF/UNDP and Canadian International Devotement Agency (CIDA). GAM, Private Sector 150,000
Medical Waste Management Project (MWMP)

(3 phases)

1999-2005 Lift the abilities of those who work in the medical field to handle dangerous waste. Installing equipments in reference hospitals. Workers in the medical field. GTZ 400,000
King Hussein Environmental Management training program (KHEMTP) 1997-2000 Upgrading Jordanian training capacities in the field of environmental management and providing Jordan with environmental management expertise towards sustainable development Workers in environmental field, engineers, trainers, journalists, teachers CIDA and World University Service of Canada (WUSC) 50,000
Environmental Education Data Base Program 1994-1995-1996-1998 Environment Awareness and making encyclopaedia about environment (in Arabic and English) Local community, students and women CIDA 15,000
Environmental Honey project 1995-2005 Produce quality honey Local community Self-financed 15,000
Field projects such as:

Al-Sumaq forest, grow green belt around Cement Factory and Yajooz

1994-2000 Developing local communities Local communities at the areas mentioned International Environment.

Self- financed

Environmental Health Project (EHP) 1998-1999 Fight inspects and rodents and reduce the use of pesticides in Dhuleil Wadi. Local community and workers at Kherbat Al-Samra Waste Water Treatment plant area USAID 10,000
Different projects 1990-2000 Protecting the environment Local community Different sides 50,000
Solid Waste Management Project in 6 Arab Cities. 2000-2002 Managing of household solid waste correctly and reinforce the concept of recycling Students, janitors, municipalities, workers in landfills Arab Fund for Economical and Social Development in Kuwait 130,000
Household Hazardous Waste Management 2004-2005 Promoting public awareness regarding household hazardous waste. Separation and collecting of such waste Houses wife, shopping centres, USAID 22,000
WEPIA water quality and awareness project 2001-2003 Social marketing and promoting water economy pieces, training and establishing abilities Priests, preacher International Development Agency and WEPIA 65,000
Environmental Camp Project in JES land in Amman 1995-present Biodiversity protection, environmental education, Land-use, and demo-site Local community, students Ministry of Agriculture.

Self-financed (needs a fund)

Bio-Gas project 2002-2004 Awareness in using waste gases (CH4) and building abilities Workers in all organizations and local community and students UNDP and Denmark Government 122,000
Agro-Biodiversity of crops 2001-2005 Preserve the diversity of agricultural crops used for food Farmers and students UNDP and Ministry of Agriculture 51,000
Sustainable Development Network Project 2000-so far Exchange information between development institutions through the internet and spread awareness and build abilities Workers in environment sectors and NGOs UNDP program in cooperation with the National Information Centre 9,000
Environment Training and Building Capacities Unit 2002-so far Training trainees in environmental management Workers in Environment al management JES, WHO-Iraq, ministry of Environment 150,000
Eco-student Network 2007-2008 Exchanging environmental information between schools Schools and students JES and Private sector 10,000
Eco-Garden 2008 Environmental rehabilitation of gardens Local community JES and municipality of greater Amman 10,000
Recycling of Vehicle Used oil 2008 Recycling and get benefits of automobiles used oil Used Oil Stations JES and Private Sectors 10,000
                TOTAL 2,709,000

It can be shown from this table that JES has received $ 2.7 million as projects in the forms of grants and contracts.

In addition JES has got a land in Amman (100,000 squire meter) and in terms of money its around $ 20 million.

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