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Nov 24, 2021 SIRCLES

SIRCLES explores ways to tackle municipal solid waste management in Ramallah, Palestine


This article forms part of a series of publications under SIRCLES project to support circular economy opportunities for employment and social inclusion in our partner territories Palestine, Lebanon, Spain, Tunisia, Italy, Greece, and Jordan.

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Climate-Smart Agricultural Practices to Reduce Soil Pollution Within Green Houses


1. Apply climate-smart practices to rationalize the use of chemical fertilizers and use of organic fertilizers to reduce soil pollution and increase the percentage of organic matter in the soil. 2. Training farmers on sustainable soil management and irrigation in line with climatic changes. 3. Providing farmers with field equipment to monitor the soil salinity and nutrients.

SIRCLES-Supporting Circular Economy Opportunities for Employment and Social Inclusion


To increase green employment opportunities by providing skills to NEET and women based on circular economy business model applied in the hotel, food retail and household sectors.

Review the Tariff Structure for Water and Wastewater and Design and Implement Training and Public Awareness Campaigns for Attil and Alsharawiyeh Municipalities / Trans-boundary Wastewater Pollution Control Project Phase II


Review the Tariff Structure for Water and Wastewater and Design and Implement Training and Public Awareness Campaigns for Attil and Alsharawiyeh Municipalities / Trans-boundary Wastewater Pollution Control Project Phase II

Design and Implementation of Training and Public Awareness Campaign / Trans-boundary Wastewater Pollution Control


Organizing and conducting community awareness program to promote household connection to municipal networks, improve hygiene behavior, build consensus on the proposed tariff and improve cost recovery of wastewater collection and treatment. Strengthening the management and operational capacities of the targeted municipalities through structured training: on-job training and coaching.

Areas of work

HWE works closely with Newcastle University (UK) and many other international institutions and funding agencies such as UNESCO, ESCWA, CEDARE, UNU, USAID, DFID, AFD, GTZ, GWP, EUWI, JICA, ACSAD, BGR, EU, etc.

Main Goals

HWE offers a wide variety of services in water, sanitation and environmental engineering and science from the needs identification stage to the elaboration of tender documents, supervision of works and technical assistance.