Young water professionals from MENA region were introduced to issues of water shortage, water treatment and worldwide challenges of securing clean and enough water. We study IWRM master program between Germany and Jordan and focus mainly in arid and semi- arid regions where water is scarce. Jordan ranks as the world’s second water-poorest country, where water per capita is 88 per cent below the international water poverty line of 1,000 cubic meters annually
Our studies related to Water resources, indispensable basis for development, food, and health which become ever scarcer and more polluted. The concept of Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) offers solutions to the water crisis in linking water to other vital resources and viewing
the whole water cycle together with human interventions as the basis for sustainable water management.
Today the world toilet day, IWRM Students promoting awareness on sanitation and hygiene at Jordan University Campus. We handed out soaps with attached facts about sanitation and related diseases, asked students to sign a letter to the University’s president mentioning the bad conditions of our own sanitation facilities and everyone drew his own hand on a poster saying “I will wash my hands with soap. Well, 2.5 billion people have no access to basic sanitation and we all know our public hygiene conditions