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Evaluating the Profitability of the Islamic Banks in Jordan
It is a principal objective of the AMIR Program to foster the expansion of financial services to
Jordan’s microenterprises. To meet this goal, AMIR provides assistance to the Jordan Micro
This study was to include a review of the current status of Micro finance /Micro enterprise in Jordan, and
recommend policies for the strengthening of the sector going forward.
Sustainable Jordanian microfinance institutions (MFIs) to date have been successful in
reaching many clients with what are considered the ‘typical” products offered by an MFI –
generic, short ter...
The overall goal of this survey is to provide useful information to assist in evaluating new loan
products to be offered to the Jordanian microfinance market by AMIR’s four partner
The notes and comments presented in this report, are in part, the results of research and
experiences which have been accumulated, under the leadership of the AMIR Program, for
the MFI industry a...
In the summer of 2002, the Microfinance Donor Coordinating group requested that
USAID take a lead in developing a geo-referenced information system for mapping donor
assistance programs in the mi...
WEPIA’s contract requested the assessment of the fundraising capacity of the six partner
NGO’s. In addition, the contract requested development of support materials that can be used
in a fundrais...
AMIR program launched a campaign to create a sustainable microfinance industry in
Jordan. Within two years, in addition to Microfund for Women (MFW), three sustainable
microfinance institutions: ...
Success story resulting from USAID JLGF loan guarantee