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January 18, 2016

The USAID-funded Jordan Fiscal Reform Bridge Activity (JFRBA) supports the Government of Jordan's (GoJ) economic reform efforts by strengthening fiscal policy formulation, implementation, and public financial management (PFM). JFRBA’s technical assistance focuses on helping the GoJ improve performance in public spending and administration of public resources. enhancing accountability and transparency, increasing revenue generation through sound tax policies and tax administration, developing public private partnership capacity, and facilitating trade across borders.

Publications produced by the USAID Jordan Competitiveness Program
January 18, 2016

The USAID Jordan Competitiveness Program (JCP) is a flagship economic development activity of the U.S. Agency for International Development in the Kingdom. Now in its sixth year, JCP has devised an approach that structures its interventions within four complementary work streams: adding value to the Jordan Compact, increasing exports, promoting investment, and improving the climate of doing business in Jordan.

January 18, 2016

The Jordan Communication, Advocacy and Policy (J-CAP) activity is a five-year (2014-2019) USAID-funded activity that works to increase demand for family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH) services. This is accomplished by implementing social and behavior change communication interventions and enabling a more supportive policy environment. This will help ensure a healthy future for Jordanian families and progress toward Jordan’s national development goals.

January 5, 2016

Jordan meets nearly all of its energy needs through oil and gas imports. The country faces fluctuating international energy prices and rapidly increasing domestic demand, the costs of which are highly subsidized. The USAID Energy Sector Capacity Building Activity (ESCB) supports Jordanian energy producers, utilities and consumers to adopt best practices in energy efficiency and to support development of alternative and renewable energy sources.

January 3, 2016

The five-year, $36 million USAID Building Economic Sustainability through Tourism Project (BEST) seeks to enable Jordan's transformation into a globally competitive tourism destination.


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