Jordan, World Bank discuss skills development opportunities

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  • Jordan is counting on the World Bank's support to strengthen Jordan's social protection network, increase job opportunities
  • The country also wants to promote investment by supporting major economic and partnership projects between the public and private sectors

Jordan and the World Bank on Thursday discussed the “extended” partnership for the training opportunities and skills development, the head of the Senate’s Joint Labor, Social Development, Tourism and Heritage Committee, Issa Haider Murad said. 

A delegation from the World Bank is currently visiting the Kingdom. 

Jordan is counting on the World Bank’s support to strengthen Jordan’s social protection network, increase job opportunities and support a number of sectoral priorities, such as training, skills development and women’s participation, Murad said.

He also stressed the importance of enhancing cooperation with the World Bank to stimulate Jordan’s  business environment by supporting major economic and partnership projects between the public and private sectors and providing the required job opportunities.

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