After finishing job training, job placement and career direction programmes started in late 2018, 100 young unemployed Jordanian and Syrian refugee women were handed their certificates for different specialisations on Thursday. As part of a collaborative effort that targets young unemployed women residing in the governorates of Amman and Zarqa, the programme “seeks to support women’s economic empowerment” through the provision of technical trainings and career direction services, which “match the labour market’s needs”, according to a UN report made available to The Jordan Times.
- Publication date
- 24 January 2019
- Directorate-General for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations