In an effort to enhance the response of the Jordanian government to the economic needs of its citizens, the project aims to engage Jordanian citizens and the government in a dialogue that can ultimately lead to economic expansion and empowerment, especially among youth
A two-year project, supported by Leaders International’s COVID-19-response fund, to build the digital-transformation capacity of 20 support organisations
In the age of digital disruption and connectivity, developing economies need to innovate and create change at the same speed and scale of worldwide technological progress. However, political instability, economic uncertainty, poor infrastructure, and governance conditions limit the degree of expansion and innovation that those markets can bring to the economy.
In the upcoming years, development will be driven and led by the current transformation in lifestyles, consumption behaviour, and evolving market demands.