Press Releases from Deyafah Ltd. (2 total)
Can Amman become a "green" touristic capital?
-FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE- Jordan/Amman (November, 2010). Jordan’s rapid economic growth and lack of conventional fossil resources has created an increasingly costly dependency on imported energy. The country imports almost 100% percent of its energy, amounting to average 20% of total imports. The kingdom relies almost exclusively on fossil energy at approximately 4 tons per person whish is below the world average of 6 tons per person. Energy insecurity is also a growing threat
Deyafah Ltd brings extended service to the hospitality industry
Consultancy, Business Recruitment, Hospitality, Hotel & Leisure Industry. -FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Jordan, Amman (October, 2010) - Deyafah, which administrates consultancy & recruitment service for the Hospitality, is now bringing its expertise to the eco-tourism. A separate programs who provide caterer with a green certification. The green catere certification is a non-profit structure and will be exclusively dedicated and rewarded to hospitality establishments who are implementing a minimum of green environmental Practices, Products and/or Services (PPS) in all