Youth Work Jordan, Rapid Appraisal, Executive Summary, 2010

Tags: Health Culture and society Employment Nonformal education

Youth:Work Jordan (YWJ) is a five-year initiative to increase youth employment and civic engagement among the country’s most disadvantaged youth ages 15 to 24. The International Youth Foundation, in partnership with the United States Agency for International Development, the Jordanian Ministry of Social Development, and respected national and local organizations across Jordan, will bring economic and social infrastructure development programming to Jordan’s youth. The two-year pilot phase of YWJ will occur in 12 selected communities with significant socio-economic challenges related to high unemployment and poverty rates as well as social issues. These selected communities are in the areas of Amman, Zarqa, Irbid, Jordan Valley, and Ma’an.

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