We are always looking to build strategic partnerships with companies and organizations in the MENA region. Our partners play a vital role in our success. Through their programs we reach a wider range of audience and connect to organizations which really want to make a different in their business success.


By creating and increasing access to opportunities for productivity and contributions to the economy, IRADA seeks to improve the standard of living of all Jordanians, especially the underprivileged ones living in rural and remote areas of the Kingdom. IRADA assists in the establishment of various productivity projects by providing advisory services and technical training to the owners of such projects. IRADA’s program operates through 22 centers in several Central, Northern, and Southern governorates.

IRADA, the Enhanced Productivity Centers Program aims to help Jordanians develop a readiness for entrepreneurship and empower them to become self-reliant, productive citizens who are able to actively contribute to the socio-economic development of the Kingdom. By doing this, IRADA is participating in creating jobs for both investors and their staff.


Jordanian Hashemite Fund for Human Development (JOHUD)

“Established in 1977, the Jordanian Hashemite Fund for Human Development (JOHUD) is the oldest and largest non-profit, non-governmental organisation dedicated to promoting rights-based, sustainable human development in Jordan.

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With our network of 51 Community Development Centers located throughout the country, we are at the forefront of building a brighter future for those living in under-served, poor, and remote communities. JOHUD provides sustainable support that empowers individuals to work with their neighbours, strengthen their communities and secure access to the resources they need to achieve healthy and fulfilled lives.”


The USAID Jordan Local Enterprise Support Project (LENS)

USAID LENS brings local governments, business owners, and key community groups to collaborate together on initiatives that boost economic development and create jobs in their communities.
These initiatives are focused on supporting the growth of micro and small enterprises (MSEs) and inclusive of women, youth and the underprivileged.


Encouraging economic development in local communities

Building stronger local networks to encourage economic development: Through this work, stakeholders collaborate more on prioritizing and planning for local economic development and investment implementation. Additionally, the project helps connect firms with industry associations, chambers, and business service providers to help boost MSE competitiveness and access to new markets.


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