Residents in Bani Kinanah Abandon Their Homes Due to Sewage Dumping
Sewage networks are still not available in the area, and its 153,000 residents depend on septic tanks as conduit for their domestic wastewater. A number of waste disposal tankers do not adhere to the procedures and circumvent the approved electronic system that tracks each tanker in the Kingdom, to dump the wastewater in the valleys instead of making the journey to the landfill site, even though they usually get paid for the service.
Women’s Rugby in Jordan High Risks And No Compensation
In light of the poor financial support, infrastructure and health insurance, three Jordanian rugby clubs in Amman with around 50 female players, do not compete in international championships, depriving them from developing their skills of the game.
The Government Provides Protection for Electricity Companies at the Expense of Renewable Energy
Imposing additional fees on solar energy used (2 JD's per Kilowatt) to protect and support electricity companies, contributed to people abandoning “clean energy” which in return threatens people working in the sector and has dire consequences on the environment.