The Center for Water Diplomacy was
inaugurated as the latest university center,
which was established at the end of 2019 and
approved in 2020 as part of the Yarmouk
Future Project and with the support of the
Swiss Agency for Development, especially
since the water sector is one of the most
important sectors that play a major role in the
sustainable economic growth of any country.So the main objectives for the center are:
1- Spreading the idea of transboundary water and enhancing cooperation in this field through the implementation of numerous programs, training workshops, and websites.
2- Creating a central focus in the Middle East to support the idea of transboundary waters.
3- Urging further progress through substantive discussions to define the needs of countries in the Middle East region and support sustainable development.
4- Promote good methods for exchanging data and information to monitor transit basins to manage water issues.
5- Share experiences and experiences on how to improve water management to increase the capability of facing the effects of climate change.
6- Reaching an effective strategy to engage with economic sectors that use water and influence water resources by applying the link between these sectors.