Pilot Project for the Conservation of Biodiversity in Azraq Oasis Using Information Technology
Pilot Project for the Conservation of Biodiversity in Azraq Oasis Using Information Technology
In the north-eastern Jordanian Badia, and in cooperation with the Azraq Wetland Reserve managed by the Royal Society for the Conservation of Nature, the South Azraq Women Society for Social Development will implement this project which aims at fostering partnership between the local community and the Wetland Reserve through participation in environmental research and monitoring programs implemented by the Reserve, such as the Bird Monitoring Program and the Bird Ringing Program. This will be achieved through establishing an IT center that will enable students to log into web sites related to nature conservation, with special focus on wetlands, where they can access information on migratory birds and the various elements that affect their migration. The project will organize student visits to the Reserve, various awareness activities, and will produce outreach materials that would contribute to achieving project objectives.
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Project Snapshot

South Azraq Women Society for Social Development
Area Of Work:
International Waters
Grant Amount:
US$ 30,000.00
Co-Financing Cash:
Co-Financing in-Kind:
US$ 16,526.00
Project Number:
Satisfactorily Completed
Project Characteristics and Results
Project sustainability
Special arrangements will be taken to ensure sustainability of the project; a special bank account for the project will be maintained, and will be under the supervision of the project management committee. Reasonable fees will be charged for using the center. Educational programs and IT training for women in the local community, for which reasonable fees will be charged and entered in the project account to cover internet connection and maintenance expenses, in addition to the salary of permanent supervisor for the center. The NGO will also transfer 10% of its annual donations to support the project after the funding period is over.
Gender Focus
The NGO is a women NGO, and therefore the capacity building will benefit women who are members and others in the local community.
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Grantee Contact

Mr System Administrator


South Azraq
Zarqa governorate ,

SGP Country office contact

Mr. Anas Abdel Raouf Khasawneh
00962/6/5100420 Ext: 246


UNDP Jordan/ shmeisani, Ishaq Al Edwan street/ P.O.Box 941631
Amman, Arab States, 11183