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Costa Crociere Foundation and Sahara Forest Project Join Forces for Sustainable Farming in the Desert of Jordan

For the first time guests onboard Costa Cruises and AIDA Cruises ships calling at Aqaba, Jordan, will taste vegetables produced by using saltwater and solar power in the desert. The initiative contributes to the revegetation of desert areas in Jordan.
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For the first time guests onboard Costa Cruises and AIDA Cruises ships calling at Aqaba, Jordan, will taste vegetables produced by using saltwater and solar power in the desert. The initiative contributes to the revegetation of desert areas in Jordan.

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For the first time guests onboard Costa Cruises and AIDA Cruises ships calling at Aqaba, Jordan, will taste vegetables produced by using saltwater and solar power in the desert. The initiative contributes to the revegetation of desert areas in Jordan.

Monitoring and Evaluation Support Project | Strengthening Data Use and Helping Create a Stable and Democratic Jordan

Providing performance monitoring, evaluation, research, organizational learning, capacity building, and knowledge management to improve stability in Jordan
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Tetra Tech is providing critical performance monitoring, evaluation, and capacity building support to strengthen data use and help create a stable and democratic Jordan.

Implementing a Successful Public-Private Partnership | Part 3: Determine How to Execute

By Laura Quintana, VP of Corporate Affairs at Cisco
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This is the third article in a five-part series on how a company or organization can develop, implement, and sustain successful public-private partnerships (PPP) that achieve large-scale impact. Click to read part one on determining who to work with, and part two on determining when and how long to engage.

 

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This is the third article in a five-part series on how a company or organization can develop, implement, and sustain successful public-private partnerships (PPP) that achieve large-scale impact. Click to read part one on determining who to work with, and part two on determining when and how long to engage.

 

Cisco Video | IT Skills Open Opportunities for Women in Jordan

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Diana Nassar is a global problem solver. The hands-on, practical training she received through Cisco Networking Academy prepared her to thrive in a technical career and inspire other women in Jordan to follow in her footsteps.

Watch video here.

'He Named Me Malala' Earns Five Emmy Nominations, 21CF Backs Girls Education Through Malala Fund

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Of 21st Century Fox's combined 103 nominations for the 68th Emmy Awards, five belong to He Named Me Malala, the powerful documentary from Fox Searchlight and National Geographic chronicling the life of Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Malala Yousafzai.

International Women’s Day: A Jordanian Entrepreneur’s Impact on Education, the Workforce, and Society

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By Tae Yoo

This blog was originally published on the Huffington Post on March 7, 2013.

Today, I would like to reflect on the progress women are making in the global economy by highlighting the work of one woman who has been a source of inspiration for many: Randa Ayoubi. Randa is a woman entrepreneur from Jordan who had a dream of enhancing the lives of children by raising educational standards through multimedia learning.

Technology Improves Access to Specialty Healthcare in Jordan

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The journey to the capital city of Amman can be daunting for rural Jordanians who require specialty medical care—people like Haifa Abd-El Karim Omoush.

24 young people complete the fourth Youth Career Initiative in Jordan

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The Grand Hyatt Amman Hotel recently hosted a celebration to mark the graduation of 24 young Jordanians from the fourth year of the Youth Career Initiative (YCI) programme of the International Business Leaders Forum (IBLF) in Jordan. Graduates began the programme in November 2010 to learn a range of life and work skills that would enhance their employability as well as their expectations of a better future.

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The Grand Hyatt Amman Hotel recently hosted a celebration to mark the graduation of 24 young Jordanians from the fourth year of the Youth Career Initiative (YCI) programme of the International Business Leaders Forum (IBLF) in Jordan. Graduates began the programme in November 2010 to learn a range of life and work skills that would enhance their employability as well as their expectations of a better future.

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