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Hydropolitics in the Jordan River basin The conflict...

This thesis aims to explore the hydropolitics in the lower Jordan River basin and the conflict
and cooperation potential of water in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. It is premised on two
comple...

Global Agenda 2013: WATER, ENERGY, AND THE ARAB AWAK...

If we want to understand the present state of the world, we could possibly start by looking at it from outer space: we would see a small, blue and green planet. Seven billion people currently inhab...

Country Profile - COTE D’IVOIRE_English

Country Profile - COTE D’IVOIRE_English

Consortium for Elections and Political Processes Str...

Evaluated project title: Monitoring and evaluation support project (MESP)
Project title: Consortium for elections and political processes strengthening (CEPPS)

Political Economy Analysis MESP Drop-in Session Pres...

Political Economy Analysis

Political Economy Analysis MESP Drop In Session Hand...

The Problem of Public Sector Absenteeism

Political Economy Analysis MESP Drop In Session Desc...

This session will introduce political economy analysis and cover the concept as well as considerations and opportunities associated with applying political economy analysis and questions such as wh...

Marginalized Youth: Toward an Inclusive Jordan

This policy briefing explores the impact of political, social, and economic marginalization on
Jordan’s youth. It urges the government, leaders, and international donors in Jordan to direct more r...

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ANA USHAREK AND USHAREK+ PROGRAMS FOSTER YOUTH POLITICAL PARTICIPATION THROUGH TARGETED, RESPONSIVE ASSISTANCE TO YOUNG JORDANIANS AT UNIVERSITIES

Special development objective 4 performance evaluation

Gender equality and women’s empowerment are critical issues in Jordan. The country’s constitution
mandates equality for all citizens, yet laws restrict women’s employment options. Jordan lifted it...