BWB annual conference aims to bring Bedouin tribes together to discuss the Bedouin context and serve as a platform for Bedouin talents to express themselves, an open market to promote Bedouin goods and products from various Bedouin cooperatives while serving/reviving cultural foods and sports. Each year BWB will focus on a certain theme or topic,
The Bedouin oasis is an environmentally sustainable ecotourism safe zone that aims to protect desert ecosystems, provide support to tourists and explorers and to safeguard and promote different aspects of Bedouin ways of life and Culture. Maintain grazing areas to common Bedouin camels and sheep while supporting indigenous Animals and plantation Reproduction and Conservation.
Bedouins have unique and charming culture and heritage like many other rural communities around the world BWB hopes to safeguard and promote Bedouin’s artistic culture through the maintenance and development of Bedouin musical bands in multiple tribes and geographic areas. Teaching young Bedouin men and women the old chants and the use of traditional /contemporary
Training Bedouin women and men on first aid techniques and basic nursing skills essential to living in remote areas & connecting them to available medical networks. A Bedouin community health portable-station provides basic medical support and knowledge that will promote health outreach in remote areas, raising awareness and providing basic health aid ” if possible”
A guardian of the Desert (GDs) is an Eco-Tourism development and support initiative focused on financially and environmentally empowering Bedouin youth through goal-oriented tourism along with environmental care and preservation. the initiative has four major components, Bedouin guides capacity building, Bedouin rest areas/sites development, trail & tour setup, and finally Marketing & monitoring & evaluation.