Med4Waste in Jordan is looking for Communication Assistance


About EDAMA:

EDAMA in Arabic means “sustainability”. EDAMA association is a Jordanian NGO established in 2009. As a Business Association, we are here to cultivate an environment where innovative solutions for energy and water independence and environmental conservation emerge.
Advancing Jordan’s movement towards a green economy is an ambitious and priority goal. To be achieved, we need robust knowledge hubs, multi-stakeholder dialogue avenues, and private sector mobilization. EDAMA’s niche is in providing a platform agile and inclusive enough to involve a large number of public, private and NGO sector representatives. These key players together discuss and shape the future development of the Energy, Water, and Environment (EWE) sectors in Jordan.

About the Project:

Acronym: MED4WASTE.

Full title: Mediterranean Dialogue for Waste Management Governance.

Thematic objective: Environmental protection, climate change adaptation and mitigation (Address common challenges in the environment).

Priority: Reduce municipal waste generation and promote the source-separated collection and the optimal exploitation of its organic component.


Partners: University of Vic – Central University of Catalunya, Spain, Jordan, Lebanon, Italy, Spain, Tunisia, and Greece.

Project Duration: 24 Months.

Project Start Date: 1st October 2021 - Project End Date: 30th September 2023.

MED4WASTE aims to facilitate new governance models for integrated & efficient urban waste management (WM) policies across the Mediterranean, with particular emphasis on organic waste & circular economy (CE) which can be done through:
To build on and improve existing knowledge to foster capitalisation of social innovative, integrated, and efficient practices from public, private, and social sectors in waste management across the MSB, with a special focus on waste prevention, circular economy practices and the organic component.
To offer guidance and training for public administrations and relevant private and social stakeholders, to apply transfer actions and exploitation measures and to support planning, adapting, and re-addressing of waste management plans, policies and other management actions and normative drivers.
To support the dissemination of results and increase awareness among key stakeholders, promote cross-border and cross-sectorial networking and foster the long-term commitment of decision and policymakers to promoting an environmental, socio-economic, and institutional transition towards green growth in the Mediterranean Sea Basin.


Important information:

Deadline to apply: 22-5- 2023 via email: (

If you have any inquiries, don’t hesitate to email Edama at:

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