Jordan

Supporting Civil Society Organizations at local and national level to monitor public policies in key sectors in Jordan – Jordan Guardians Project

Jordan
September 2020
August 2022

In this 2-years project, ACTED – with its two national partners, the Jordan Environmental Union and Phenix – will support civil society organisations (CSOs) to become active agents of governance and sustainable development. To do so, the partners will conduct an assessment of the enabling environment for public policy making in the education and environment sectors in Jordan. Following the assessment, the institutional and technical capacity of 14 CSOs in the areas of East Amman and Karak (southern Jordan) will be built to enhance their public policy monitoring and advocacy skills in the respective sectors. Finally, the consortium will develop a national CSO coordination mechanism, benefitting CSOs and the wider international community in Jordan.

Current projects

Providing sustainable work opportunities to refugees and vulnerable Jordanians in the agricultural sector in Jordan

Supporting Civil Society Organizations at local and national level to monitor public policies in key sectors in Jordan – Jordan Guardians Project

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Waste to (Positive) Energy

Waste to (Positive) Energy

WASH Community Mobilization, Zaatari Camp

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Access to safe drinking water for communities in northern Jordan

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