Jordan

Waste to (Positive) Energy

Jordan Zero Poverty
January 2020
November 2022

Within this three-years project, ACTED will collaborate with 6 municipalities across 2 governorates in northern Jordan to improve solid waste management practices and social cohesion among host communities and refugee populations. In Mafraq municipality, ACTED will facilitate access of approximately 843 beneficiaries that are employed within a GIZ-funded cash-for-work project (focused on recycling) to a confidential complaints & response mechanism. To foster more sustainable employment, up to 44 of these beneficiaries will be provided with post-employment grants to establish their own micro businesses. Moreover, to strengthen social cohesion across all 6 municipalities, ACTED will facilitate monthly target group-specific dialogue forums to raise awareness on recycling systems in a forum that ensures participation of host community and Syrian refugees.

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

Sustainable waste management in the city of Sahab

Waste to (Positive) Energy

Waste to (Positive) Energy

WASH Community Mobilization, Zaatari Camp

WFP Assistance Programme

Access to safe drinking water for communities in northern Jordan

Improving living conditions of Syrian refugees in Za’atari Refugee Camp through the construction of a stormwater drainage system

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

Improvement of Green Infrastructures in Jordan through Labor-Intensive Measures (CfWGI)

Enhancing WASH infrastructure for vulnerable and specific need high need residents in Azraq Refugee Camp

Addressing urgent water, sanitation & hygiene needs of vulnerable outreach communities and host communities in North Jordan

Reducing erosion in northern Jordan and preventing floods in Za’atari Camp through employment-intensive measures

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