Due to the nature of Jordan’s water crisis, a comprehensive plan must be developed in order to avert worrisome problems for the future. Jordan’s Ministry of Water and Irrigation (MWI) has already developed a four-year strategy, but a comprehensive plan should look beyond the four-year timeframe and work to incorporate long-term steps towards a more sustainable water solution. At the moment, the Jordanian government should continue updating the water network, recognizing the long term importance of reducing water loss, despite high immediate project costs. Moreover, by updating the network, data on Jordan’s water production will become more accessible and easier to monitor for the international community. Tapping into the Disi aquifer as well as utilizing the Red Sea-Dead Sea Canal, are two major project plans established by the international community to help increase water production in Jordan. However, the costs for both projects are high and can not be guaranteed (Jordan’s Water Resource Challenges and the Prospects for Stability). Therefore, the Jordanian government should evaluate whether the funds for these projects would outway more basic sustainable approaches such as providing education and technical training to help better increase conservation habits. Due to the fact that local CBOs such as Jordan’s Ministry of Water and Irrigation can only promote a limited amount of technical training, the opportunity for education to help fix Jordan’s water crisis can only be brought in from ideal experts at the international level.
Long term efforts through Education and Technical Training-
Improving local education allows for more access to better monitoring water needs and allocating resources in the region.
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...face the consequences of living in a water deprived area with survival rates at risk. Therefore, Jordan must prioritize its regional concerns, making water management their top priority.
Although many countries worldwide are facing water crises of varying proportions, Jordan has an even greater disadvantage because of its water-poor environment. This disadvantage, though, has allowed Jordan to make efforts in what few water resources it maintains and develops (Water in Crisis- Spotlight Middle East). Until now, Jordan has overcome many hurdles and has been able to provide enough water to local communities in the region. Because of this, new achievements are possible and there are hopes that more can be done in the future to meet its rising water needs. However, the strategy to aid this solution is developing mutual cooperation between the international agencies.
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