Skills4Work: Improving Resilience of Refugee and Host Population in Jordan through Development of Livelihood Skills and Opportunities
The project aims at working with refugees and host communities in Jordan by delivering a combination of skills training, job placements, apprenticeships, and other types of support. At the same time, it will upgrade and develop the capacity of multiple enterprises; more specifically, those who offer new job opportunities or need skills that are scarce or unavailable in the workforce market. By equipping refugees and host communities with sought-after skills that match the needs of targeted enterprises, the project aims at boosting employment as well as creating access to safe and sustainable livelihood opportunities in the Northern areas of Jordan and urban centres. Supported communities will mainly include Syrian and other vulnerable populations such as Sudanese and Yemeni refugees, with priority to women-headed households, youth, and people with disabilities.
February 2020 – December 2021
The European Regional Development and Protection Programme for Lebanon, Jordan, and Iraq (RDPP II). The programme is supported by the Czech Republic, Denmark, the European Union, Ireland and Switzerland
€1m – €5m