The United Nations Development Program in Jordan implemented emergency measures to help livestock farmers in "saving the wool and milk season"
This Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) rapid assessment report is part of a series of assessments to measure the impact of COVID-19 and government response measures on businesses and vulnerable households in Jordan.
COVID-19 and the lockdown measures have had severe implications on people’s livelihoods across Jordan as two, just released assessments of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) highlight.
The United Nations Development Programme in Jordan has set up a triage unit at King Abdullah University Hospital in Jordan’s northern city of Irbid to support the hospital in dealing with the latest increase in patient intake amid the COVID-19 pandemic
While the economy is opening up, only half of surveyed enterprises were confident that they would weather the crisis and resume profitability according to a recent assessment by the International Labour Organization (ILO), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Fafo Institute for Labour and Social Research

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10.14 millions

Population

97.3%

School enrollment primary

3 metric tons

CO2 emissions (per capita)

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