In line with its core values, particularly community welfare and ethics, Sanabel engages in various activities that promote the well-being of its greater local and regional community, as listed below:
Planting Trees: Green Caravan & the Million Trees Campaign
Acting as advisors for Arab Group for the Protection of Nature (APN), a non-profit organization that contributes to the protection of the environment and natural resources in Arab countries mainly through the Green Caravan planting program in Jordan...
Development of Landscaping in Amman
Participating in the comprehensive Greater Amman Municipality (GAM) study for the development of landscaping in Amman by examining the problems of landscaping design for public parks and accordingly suggesting a solution and offering a sample design...
Promoting walkability in Amman
Initiating a seminar in GAM to promote walkability in Amman by rehabilitating existing sidewalks and planning new sidewalks as per international standards.
Xeriscape Garden Campaign
Commencing a xeriscape (water-conservation) garden campaign to raise awareness about the water crisis in Jordan in schools and educational institutions, which entails a lecture, selection of plants and subsequent planting on the school premises.
Educational and Edible Garden
Designing and implementing an educational and edible garden in an all-girls public school in Gaza Refugee Camp, Jordan to serve grades 1-10 for two different school shifts, in cooperation with APN.
Following the redesign of the Amman National School (ANS) campus, Sanabel cooperated with the school to transform the softscape areas into a botanical garden by identifying the common, scientific and Arabic names alongside students in grades 5-6.
Global Warming Action Day
Participating in the Global Warming Action Day organized by the Global Citizen Corps (GCC) team from the club house of Princess Basma Youth Resource Center and acting as a consultant for the planting of their yards and gardens.
Center for the Study of the Built Environment
Participating in workshops with CSBE (Center for the Study of the Built Environment) to identify which plants tolerate drought conditions, extreme high temperature and salinity in Jordan in order to publish the study and distribute it among the...