Economic Reform in Jordan

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USAID/Jordan is designing the Economic Reform Activity to enable host country-led development by supporting Jordan’s economic reform agenda, both through developing domestic capacity and through more traditional USAID implementation. This mechanism will enable implementation of the Jordan Renaissance Plan, the Five Year Economic Growth Matrix, the Jordan Economic Growth Plan, the Jordan Vision 2025, and future reform agendas as they are created throughout the course of implementation. These documents are being shared in aggregate to ensure all stakeholders have equal access to the reference reform documents for this activity.

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Jordan 2025: A National Vision and Strategy

A blueprint to guide Jordan's national economy over 10 years.
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Jordan Economic Growth Plan 2018 - 2022

A GOJ plan to to recapture the growth momentum and realize Jordan’s development potential.
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London Initiative 2019 - Turning the Corner: Jordan's Path to Growth

The Government of Jordan's plan, presented at the London Conference in 2019, laying out the key cross-cutting actions to jumpstart growth and create jobs.
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London Initiative 2019 - Jordan: Growth and Opportunity Brochure

The Government of Jordan's plan, presented at the London Conference in 2019, laying out the key cross-cutting actions to jumpstart growth and create jobs. This is a summary of this plan.
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London Initiative 2019 - Jordan: Growth and Opportunity Strategy

The Government of Jordan's plan, presented at the London Conference in 2019, laying out the key cross-cutting actions to jumpstart growth and create jobs. This is the Elements of the Growth Strategy
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London Initiative 2019 - Jordan: Growth and Opportunity Project Pipeline

The Government of Jordan's plan, presented at the London Conference in 2019, laying out the key cross-cutting actions to jumpstart growth and create jobs. This is the Project Pipeline Prospectus.
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London Initiative 2019: Co-Chairs Statement

The Government of Jordan's plan, presented at the London Conference in 2019, laying out the key cross-cutting actions to jumpstart growth and create jobs. This is the Co-Chairs Statement.
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London Initiative 2019 - Jordan: Growth and Opportunity ICT and Tech Sectors

The Government of Jordan's plan, presented at the London Conference in 2019, laying out the key cross-cutting actions to jumpstart growth and create jobs. This is the background note on ICT and Tech sectors.
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London Initiative 2019 - Jordan: Growth and Opportunity Tourism Sector

The Government of Jordan's plan, presented at the London Conference in 2019, laying out the key cross-cutting actions to jumpstart growth and create jobs. This is the background note on the Tourism sector.
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London Initiative 2019: Concluding Statement

The Government of Jordan's plan, presented at the London Conference in 2019, laying out the key cross-cutting actions to jumpstart growth and create jobs. This is the concluding statement of the conference.
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Strategic Assessment: 2019 Project Pipeline for Jordan and Investment Opportunities

A strategic assessment by the World Bank of the 2019 GOJ Pipeline of Projects.
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Jordan Renaissance Plan 2019-2020

A Government of Jordan plan outlining government's priorities for the next two years around enhancing productivity, the state of law and solidarity.
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GIZ Jordan’s Food Processing Sector Analysis and Strategy for Sectoral Improvement

The GIZ Employment-oriented MSME Promotion Project (GIZ-MSME) aims to support Jordanian micro,small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in line with national strategies by focusing on food processing,n among others, as a sector with considerable growth and employment potential. More specifically, the project aims at improving enterprise competitiveness, enhancing competences within MSMEs and improving the business and investment climate in selected sectors. The GIZ Trade for Employment Project (GIZ-T4E) focuses on building capacities and strengthening structures in a sustainable manner to enhance the conditions of Jordanian companies to increase their trade performance for employment.
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Jordan’s ICT sector Analysis and Strategy for Sectoral Improvement

The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) Employment-oriented MSME Promotion (GIZ-MSME) project aims to support Jordanian micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in line with national strategies by focusing on information and communication technology (ICT), among others, as a sector with considerable growth and employment potential
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Jordan’s Tourism Sector Analysis and Strategy for Sectoral Improvement

The GIZ Employment-oriented MSME Promotion Project (GIZ-MSME) aims to support Jordanian MSMEs in line with national strategies by focusing on tourism, among others, as a sector with considerable growth and employment potential. More specifically, the project aims at improving enterprise competitiveness, enhancing the competences within MSMEs and improving the business and investment climate for MSMEs active in the tourism sector. This study was conducted under the auspices of the GIZ-MSME project, in close consultation with sector stakeholders, to provide a comprehensive understanding of the sectoral structure and current and projected trends, as well as challenges and opportunities for improved competitiveness domestically and abroad.
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Replicable Methodology for Analyses of Economic Sectors in Jordan

This document outlines a replicable methodology for analyses of economic sectors in Jordan, focusing on the role and development potential of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs). Sector analyses in any country will vary in terms of the information collected and the means employed to collect and assess data. Although processes might differ, however, there are some generic stages that can be replicated in different sectors. In any case, a participatory approach is highly recommended and could be critical to achieving solid outputs. Stakeholders are the true experts of any sector: they hold the key to collecting sound data and to developing effective strategies for sectorial improvement
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