The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the ways in which medical services can be provided in an unprecedented manner. On short notice, hospitals had to endure unusual strain on their services; which ultimately led to supply shortages and a great reduction in the number of patients who could be admitted to their facilities.
In an effort to bridge the gap between academia and industry, TRANSFER, co-funded by the Erasmus+ Program of the European Union, creates an innovative entrepreneurship and startups curriculum within partner universities in Tunisia and Palestine.
As part of the greater Innovation Support Programme, funded by the European Investment Bank (EIB), this project primarily aims to support the public and private sector, as well as financial intermediaries within the designated Southern Neighbourhood countries
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
The Jericho Agro-industrial Park (JAIP) hosts a newly-constructed Industrial Capacity Development Centre in the city of Jericho, Palestine.
A two-year project, supported by Leaders International’s COVID-19-response fund, to build the digital-transformation capacity of 20 support organisations