1. Preserving the environment and historical heritage: The group of projects under this section of development projects aims to preserve the rich heritage and culture of Wadi Araba for the future and future generations, and on a sound environment by mitigating environmental risks, and on attractive landscapes and water resources through a sustainable water management strategy.

Projects for preserving environmental and cultural assets:

1.1 A detailed hydrological and hydrogeological study of the Wadi Araba basins.
1.2 Improving water supply systems.
1.3 projects focused on the research and development side.
1.4 Development of the Tasan Nature Reserve.
1.5 Preservation of Khirbat Finan.
1.6 Visitor reception center for identification and archaeological research in a well mentioned.
1.7 Nomination of sites in Wadi Araba to the World Heritage List.
1.8 Telah Palace Center.




2- Economic growth: The group of projects under this section of development projects aims to unleash the potential for economic development in Wadi Araba, and thus contribute to increasing employment and poverty reduction opportunities, for the benefit of local communities and the whole kingdom, in line with Jordan's vision 2025, by developing economic activity centers Sustained dependent on the local resources of Wadi Araba (including innovative agriculture and livestock, developing a responsible tourism economy, developing economic incentives, attracting external investment in economic development projects, and creating appropriate support infrastructure for that Projects (transportation, energy, etc.).


Economic growth projects:

2.1 Land development for economic activities.
2.2 Animal Resources Development Center.
2.3 Improving the existing Agricultural Research Center in Rahma and Qatar.
2.4 Developing potential housing sites for the investor.
2.5 web of hiking, horse riding and quad biking trails.
2.6 New service stations.
2.7 The Regional Center for Vocational Training in Risha.
2.8 Evaluate sand dune sand for economic purposes.
2.9 craft centers and a major showroom in a well mentioned.
2.10 Typical farm in Qurigra.
2.11 Development of primary agricultural industries.
2.12 A typical organic poultry farm in Qurigra.
2.13 Wadi Araba Studios.

3- Improving the living conditions of local communities:

The group of projects under this section of the development projects aims to provide public facilities to serve the regional scope, improve the living conditions of the population centers, and ensure the promotion of social sustainability of the region.


Projects to improve the living conditions of local communities:

3.1 Al-Risha Hospital.
3.2 Solid waste disposal facilities.
3.3 Recreational facilities.
3.4 The open spaces, squares and the public squares chain.
3.5 A pilot project for sustainable housing.
6.3 Wastewater infrastructure master plan and detailed design.


The company distributes its projects to the following main centers:


Quraygara and Fenan regions:

Agricultural projects:

Al-Qurayrah will be developed into a model village for agriculture through the introduction of new agricultural technology and advanced technologies that rely on research and innovation on a large scale. This will include:
- Expanding the areas cultivated in total with new crops, which increases the use of available water by improving new agricultural techniques; developing the entire agricultural value chain on site.
The Finan area will be developed into a tourism center, the part associated with a well mentioned, Dana reserve, Petra and other tourist sites.

The Qurayyah and Fenan regions constitute the economic hub and there are good potentials for development, and its tourism location contributes to this. Related activities that can be developed through small businesses related to the tourism industry can be created, and a craft village with small crafts production centers and artistic studios can also be created.


Well mentioned area:

Tourism and Heritage Projects Center of Excellence:

A well mentioned has started to grow since the development of Al-Haq farms, an area of ​​550 dunums, which was designated for cultivation, and produces dates, grapes and other seasonal vegetables and fruits.
The village is famous for its only service station on the way to Aqaba. This strategic location can be developed as a center for cultural heritage and tourism. This site is linked to all tourist sites through the Tourist Information and Interpretation Center, which enjoys an ideal location for a specialized archaeological research center that attracts scientists and students from all over the world to visit Wadi Araba and conduct their research.
Moreover, this region is part of a valuable chain of agriculture and livestock.

Feather area:

Health innovation projects and human capital development:


Badminton will be developed as the administrative and economic "capital" that serves the entire region. Projects in this region provide new and improved health services, systems, products and technologies, health services and methods that improve people's health.
The strategic location in the middle of Wadi Araba, which can be developed to the capital of Wadi Araba, is the most developed rural area and the best in providing services with a focus on the population who have basic skills in agriculture, which represents an opportunity to attract residents in the vicinity of Risha to participate in relevant productive ideas related to food production And handicraft industry.



Rahma and Qatar regions:

Light industries, transportation, logistics and film industry projects:


This logistics and transportation center will be ideally located in Rahma due to its proximity to the Aqaba Economic Zone and the Ma'an land port. This hub will also be a center for agricultural and light industry, which is an independent center for attracting investors and can be linked to other centers of economic activities in Aqaba and Maan. The logistics center will ensure all services related to transport, packaging, storage and handling of agricultural and industrial products from the whole region. These industries will create the necessary support to the agricultural sector that meets the needs of the domestic market and exports to neighboring countries and Europe as a potential export market.

Moreover, the Qatar region will be developed into a tourism hub, part of the southern region connected to Petra, the Qatar Reserve and other tourist sites.