What the fellow says:
"The UNESCO / Keizo Obuchi Research Fellowship encouragingly confirmed the value of the research I had proposed. It has enabled me to learn from overseas experts in this important field of environmental policies and will enable me to keep providing improved services for the people in my local community. It allowed me to do research that would otherwise not have been possible."
University of Hamburg, Germany: Ph.D. in Environmental and Science Education (27 May 2002).
Environmental Education in Developing countries, Jordan Environment Society (JES), Amman, Jordan, 2002.
"The Cognitive Development of Elementary School Students in Jordan and its Relation to Educational Level, Sex and Achievement", in Science Journal of the Educational Research Centre, University of Qatar, Volume 9, N°18, pp.107-137, Qatar, 2000.
"Students' Acquisition of Science Knowledge", Review of Education AT-TARBIYA (Education), Volume 28, N°128, pp. 274-282, Amman, 1999.