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July 26, 2015
The purpose of the USAID Rule of Law and Public Accountability Strengthening Program (USAID ROLPAS)
is to support Jordanian efforts to enhance government accountability to citizens; strengthen the rule of
law to better protect human and legal rights; and increase the effectiveness of civil society and private
sector organizations to advocate for their interests, provide services to their members, and participate
in governing processes. This program will support civil society and private sector efforts to demand
greater assurances from their government with regard to those protections and accountability.
July 26, 2015

The purpose of this amendment is to:

1- Extend the deadline for receipt of electronic applications to August 19,2015 at 12:00 p.m. Jordan time; and

2- Disseminate responses to questions received from prospective offerrors.

 

May 20, 2015

Dr. Jim Barnhart was sworn in today as U. S. Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Mission Director for Jordan. USAID’s Acting Administrator Alfonso Lenhardt administered the oath of office.

May 13, 2015

The Jordan Tourism Board (JTB) hosted the inaugural meeting of the USAID-supported Jordan International Conferences Ambassador Program today. Through a series of trainings, the program assists Jordanians to gain international recognition in sectors such as medicine, academia, and business in order to promote Jordan as a viable destination for meetings and conferences.

April 29, 2015

An estimated 300 people involved with the U.S. Agency for International Development’s (USAID) projects in northern Jordan met today at Qasr Al Nakheel Hall to discuss ways to expand services and reach more people.

April 26, 2015

The city of Tafileh, with the support of USAID, today opened its first vocational training institute (VTI) for hospitality and tourism. The institute will prepare Tafileh’s youth with the career skills to meet the anticipated industry growth and development. According to the Jordanian Tourism Strategy, 25,000 trained employees will be required to accommodate the industry’s growth nationwide over the next four years.

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