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.
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.
People power innovation and skilled workers build a flourishing private sector. Capacity building of enterprises to expand and employ is vital, creating a win-win situation for the humans of the economy and its entities.