Developing the capacity of civil society organisations and community-based organisations to implement rapid response interventions and community initiatives that strengthen the sense of belonging and relevance at the local level
An ambitious project to automate and streamline development efforts and projects by Jordan’s governorates will be launched in the first quarter of 2020
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) on Thursday launched the Jordan chapter of its new initiative the Accelerator Labs to speed up and scale achieving development goals, while providing national partners with new approaches to address development challenges.
This is how UNDP created Al Awassi cheese to help 11 community-based organizations in Jordan’s badia make the best out of the natural abundance of fresh milk
Across the world different triggers bring people onto the streets. Many share a rising frustration with inequalities which are deeply rooted in societies, economies and politics. Despite substantial gains in health, education and living standards, the basic needs of many remain unmet while a next generation of inequalities opens.
Then Zainab made a life-changing decision that steered her future in a completely different direction. Although that step could have potentially made her lose face in her community, as sorting waste was shunned, and caused her to carry the stigma of shame in her society, it did not affect Zainab. As of March this year, she became part of an ambitious solid waste management project that altered the course of her life, and her children’s

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10.14 millions

Population

97.3%

School enrollment primary

3 metric tons

CO2 emissions (per capita)

62.3%

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