Of: Frida Ekberg Berry
In Jordan, there is today a feminist struggle for greater equality. As in all countries, this struggle is met with more or less resistance from its surroundings. Some see feminism as a Western phenomenon while others believe that gender equality is about human rights.
April 9, 2021, Report
Mujib Dam, holds 35 million cubic meters of water. It primarily supplies Amman, helping to ease a very stressed national water supply. Photo: Leonardo / Flickr.
Of: Siobhán Coskeran
While Jordan's population is increasing, its water resources are more scarce than ever. Jordan is one of the most water-poor countries in the world. Geographical disadvantages are partly to blame; its climate is one of the driest in the world, receiving just 200 millimeters of rainfall per year. Added to this, climate change is reducing […]
June 17, 2019, English, Magazine, News article