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Skilling for new livelihood opportunities in Jordan

Since February, we have partnered with EFE – Jordan to train around 150 Syrian refugees and host community members in Jordan to improve their employability and livelihood skills. The training, which is part of our Skills4Work project, funded by the Regional Development and Protection Programme for Lebanon, Jordan, and Iraq (RDPP II), covers soft and technical skills for manufacturing sectors including garments, plastics, food processing, and cosmetics and chemicals.

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Access to Markets

MSMEs Development and Access to Markets

Developing markets are usually disconnected and unregulated, which limits their opportunity to bridge market gaps and balance demand and supply. The fragile connection between small-to-medium enterprises often results in lost business opportunities, higher production costs, and limited scalability. Their insufficient knowledge and skills in business development, accompanied by limited access to technology and finance, pose real obstacles to industrial upgrading and innovation.