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90
%
Percentage of Jordanian women who want to participate in the elections
50
%
The estimated percentage of women's cooperative societies for the year 2018
65
%
The estimated percentage of women's cooperative societies for the year 2018
Letter to the joint donors to Women’s Peace and
Second Phase “Planning for National Women Economic
JNCW organises consultation meetings on Beijing+25 review
‘Gov’t committed to properly carrying out national plan for
Jordanian National Action Plan for UN resolution officially
Activists look back on ‘not very fulfilling’ 2018
Letter to the joint donors to Women’s Peace and Humanitarian Fund and JONAP Pooled Fund Call to activate the United Nations Security Council…
In continuation of the implementation of the first phase of the Women Economic Empowerment Action Plan (2019-2024) with the support of the World Bank…
AMMAN — The Jordanian National Commission for Women (JNCW), headed by HRH Princess Basma, in cooperation with the UN Economic and Social Commission…
DEAD SEA — Minister of Political and Parliamentary Affairs Musa Maaytah on Thursday said that the government was committed to implementing the…
DEAD SEA — Interior Minister Samir Mubaidin on Wednesday launched the Jordanian National Action Plan (JONAP) for the implementation of UN Security…
AMMAN — Women’s rights activists said 2018 witnessed little in the way of achievements when it came to laws and legislation, but their major win was…

Addendum on Impact of COVID-19 on NSW

Jordan’s response to the epidemic began in late January when an Epidemics Committee consisting of healthcare professionals and government officials was mobilized. Starting on March 17, 2020

National Strategy for Women Framework 2020-2025

A Society Free of Discrimination and Gender-Based Violence (GBV), where Women and Girls Enjoy Full Human Rights and Equal Opportunities towards Comprehensive and Sustainable Development

National Strategy for Women in Jordan 2020-2025

A society free of discrimination and gender-based violence, where women and girls enjoy full human rights and equal opportunities towards an inclusive and sustainable development.

The Business Case for Investing in Women’s Employment in Jordan

Supporting women in non-traditional roles
JOURNEY TO GENDER DIVERSITY APPLICATION FORM FOR PRIVATE COMPANIES Women's Employment Peer Learning…
The Jordanian National Committee for Women Affairs holds an awareness-raising workshop for the local…
The Jordanian National Committee for Women Affairs holds an awareness-raising workshop for the local…
The Jordanian National Committee for Women Affairs holds an awareness workshop on sexual harassment of women…
The Jordanian National Committee for Women Affairs holds an awareness workshop on sexual harassment of…
The Jordanian National Committee for Women Affairs holds an awareness session on sexual harassment at the…
JOURNEY TO GENDER DIVERSITY APPLICATION FORM FOR PRIVATE COMPANIES Women's Employment Peer Learning…
The Jordanian National Committee for Women Affairs holds an awareness-raising workshop for the local…
The Jordanian National Committee for Women Affairs holds an awareness-raising workshop for the local…
The Jordanian National Committee for Women Affairs holds an awareness workshop on sexual harassment of women…
The Jordanian National Committee for Women Affairs holds an awareness workshop on sexual harassment of…
The Jordanian National Committee for Women Affairs holds an awareness session on sexual harassment at the…

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