Name: Promoting youth employment in remote areas in Jordan
Funding_Authority: EU-ERASMUS+
Coordinator: Mutah University ltd
Start_Date: 15/11/2018
End_Date: 14/11/2021
Duration(months): 36
UCY_Budget: 41,960
Total_Budget: 686,293
Principal_Investigator: Papadopoulos George


The aim of the Job Jo project is to recruit Jordanian in remote areas with high rates of poverty and unemployment, through teaching, training, and requalifying the unemployed graduate students and empowering these areas at the economic and social levels with special focus on women.
The project plans to carry out activities in the following areas
1. Establishment regional Business Service Network Bureau(BSNB) to promote employment in the provinces of Karak, Tafila, Maan, Aqaba and Irbid.
2. Development of Training courses in the BSNB based on the experience exchange with the EU.
3-Producing training material
4. Adapting job creation instruments to the needs of young people in remote areas.
5. Supporting initiatives designed to enhance the employability of young people in the region.
6. Creating employment opportunities by supporting entrepreneurship.
7. Lesson Learned from the European partners to include their cooperation with nonā€academic partners.
8. Establishing Network Service between the Universities, Industries, and Public and Private Sectors.
9. Promote the relationship between the Jordanian Institutions with EUs.
10.Students and staff from JO partners will recive training in EU

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