Project :
Improved access to sustainable livelihood opportunities for vulnerable youth and women refugees and host population members residing in Irbid, Jordan : A Market Assessment of Bani Kinanah and North Mazar Districts
Year
2018
Partner(s) :
European Regional Development and Protection Programme (RDPP) for Lebanon, Jordan and Iraq
Program(s) :
Research
Pillar(s) :
Civil Society Empowerment, Equality and Justice, Social Cohesion

Improved access to sustainable livelihood opportunities for vulnerable youth and women refugees and host population members residing in Irbid, Jordan : A Market Assessment of Bani Kinanah and North Mazar Districts

2018

This market assessment in Bani Kinanah and North Mazar is one part of a project that seeks to improve the socio-economic situation of Jordanian and Syrian women and youth by building their skills and experience to better identify and access job opportunities and build their capacities to plan and manage their own income generating initiatives. In addition, the project will identify and address structural barriers that prevent their full participation in the work force to ensure sustainable change. The action’s specific objective is to enhance access to sustainable livelihood opportunities through support to income generation for vulnerable women and young people among the refugee and host population in Irbid.

This project is funded by the European Regional Development and Protection Programme (RDPP) for Lebanon, Jordan and Iraq and implemented by King Hussein Foundation, Leaders of Tomorrow and Oxfam.

 

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