The Yarmouk Futures Programme seeks to facilitate the emergence of law-based, equitable and sustainable transboundary water arrangements To do so, the Yarmouk Futures Programme will generate knowledge, build capacity, and develop common understanding of the most pressing issues surrounding water use in and around the basin. This will be accomplished through research projects.
The project aims to assess the loss of hydropower energy within water supply networks in two regions in Jordan.
The project also evaluates the potential of energy available within the power of water that can be recovered and converted to electricity using micro-hydro-turbines.
Fostering water diplomacy in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is of paramount importance, given the water scarcity challenges and historical tensions over water resources in the area. Water diplomacy involves the strategic management and negotiation of water resources to prevent conflicts and promote sustainable development. Here are some key aspects to consider when discussing water diplomacy in the MENA region: