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Over 100 young women from Amman and Zarqa graduate from professional development trainings to access the labour market
Held under the esteemed patronage and at the presence of the Minister of Labor, H.E. Mr. Samir Murad, Education for Employment (EFE-Jordan) in partnership with UN Women and with the generous support of the EU Regional Trust Fund in response to the Syrian Crisis (the"Madad Fund") and the Governments of Japan and France, organized a graduation ceremony for 100 women who benefitted from job training and job placement and career direction, programmes in late 2018. ...
UN Women and World Food Programme harness innovation for women's economic empowerment in crisis situations
UN Women and the World Food Programme (WFP) are breaking new ground by using blockchain to assist Syrian refugee women participating in UN Women’s cash for work programmes at the Za’atari and Azraq refugee camps in Jordan.
The Minister of Social Development, H.E. Ms. Hala Lattouf, visited one of the three ‘Oasis Center for Resilience and Empowerment of Women and Girls’ operated by UN Women in the Za’atari refugee camp.
UN Women, in partnership with the Ministry of Public Sector Development and the Greater Amman Municipality, launched a series of trainings for women in public service working in the Greater Amman Municipality.
UN Women launches programme to facilitate women’s access to public services and enhance community cohesion
UN Women, in cooperation with the Government of Jordan, is supporting enhanced access to essential public services for more than 1000 women and men in Irbid and Zarqa.
UN Women Launches the Interagency Assessment on Gender-Based Violence and Child Protection Among Syrian Refugees in Jordan, With a Focus on Early Marriage.
As a leading agency mandated to work on issues relevant to peace and security and humanitarian action, UN Women launches the Interagency Assessment on Gender-Based Violence and Child Protection Among Syrian Refugees in Jordan, With a Focus on Early Marriage on 16 July 2013.