|Duration||Start 26 November, 2018 till 31 December, 2019|
|Field of expertise||Developing Sustainable and Resilient Cities and Communities|
Urban and Town planning
Public policy and planning
|Funding||GIZ,German International Cooperation Head Office|
Overall objective: The development of new public green spaces via green infrastructure measures, which enhances locals' and refugees' quality of life and wellbeing.
Output: Three public green spaces and infrastructures developed in the three target municipalities in the selected locations, which are inclusive and pay specific attention to the inclusion of women.
Special objective 1:
Strengthen the capacity of Jordanian local governments in the development of public space and green infrastructure.
The municipalities involved are capable of leading a process for public space and green infrastructure development of a site in which they have actively involved their community, and have enhanced ownership of the future maintenance of the sites.
Special objective 2:
Supporting vulnerable Syrians and Jordanians by bringing them into work and providing qualification measures in order to improve their longer-term employment perspectives
Output 1: Approximately 300 vulnerable labour forces (max. 80% men and min. 20% women; 50% Jordanians, 50% Syrians) who will be contracted for a minimum of 40 days.
Output 2: Providing a minimum of 76% of the CfW workers (max. 80% men and min. 20% women, 50% Jordanians, 50% Syrians) with skills development measures (on-the-job and life skills training)
“Citizens in the Arab world often experience a wide gap between them and the central government. In our projects in Egypt and Jordan, I have experienced first hand that local governments can fill this gap and make a meaningful contribution to the wellbeing of their citizens. This strongly motivates me to, through our projects, keep contributing to the strenghtening of local authorities in the Arab region over the coming years. “