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Al Numeira Environmental Association
Al Numeira Environmental Association
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Al Mazra'a, JO
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Chiel van der Voort Darlene Cavallara Hubert de Kalbermatten Lauren Salathiel Mohammad Saleh Peter Wigand Ted Swagerty Verity Bachmann yvan cavailles ziad azar
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Al Numeira Environmental Association

Project Type

Rural, Community, Demonstration

Project Summary

The Center aims at promoting sustainable living in the Dead Sea region (and beyond). We have created a small permaculture garden using a graywater system and are currently looking at new projects within the local community. We welcome volunteers from all over the world!

Project Description

What is the Dead Sea Harmony Centre?

The mission of the Dead Sea Harmony Centre is to promote a sustainable environment and economy in the Jordan valley in which both humans and the natural environment flourish. The Dead Sea Harmony Centre strives to accomplish this mission through the methods of Eco-Tourism by establishing an Eco-Camp for visitors to the area and Ghour al-Mazraa as an Eco-Village for the local residents.

Main objectives:
1. Nature conservation
2. Environmental education
3. Intercultural exchange & cross-border meetings
4. Sustainable tourism

Objective 1: Nature conservation
The primary objective of the Centre is the conservation of natural resources, specifically water.

Objective 2: Environmental education
Our aim is to educate locals and international visitors about the environment and sustainable living, as well as to raise awareness about the water situation in the region.

Objective 3: Intercultural exchange
We intend to make the Centre a multicultural meeting point. International volunteers will experience the local culture while at the same time bringing their own culture to the locals.

Objective 4: Sustainable tourism
We aim to provide an environmentally friendly alternative to the existing tourist locations in the Dead Sea region.

Please email us if you are interested, with some details about you and how long you might wish to stay.


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