MEDA Holds Information and Discussion Workshop on Home Based Businesses Licensing and Registration

Workshop participants
Participants (Left to Right): Hala Elbanna (SARH), Hannan Rayan (SARH), Lubna Kayed (SARH), Odetallah Madadaha (MEDA), Tarek AlFarra (MEDA), Duaa Al-Mufleh (JOHUD), Rawaa Smadi (JRF) and Hala Alsharayri (JRF)

With the attendance of JVL partners;
Bookagri
Jordan River Foundation
صرح العالمية للاستشارات والتدريب
Johud الصندوق الأردني الهاشمي للتنمية البشرية
Bilforon – بالفرن

Workshop participants
Participants (Left to Right): Hala Elbanna (SARH), Hannan Rayan (SARH), Lubna Kayed (SARH), Odetallah Madadaha (MEDA), Tarek AlFarra (MEDA), Duaa Al-Mufleh (JOHUD), Rawaa Smadi (JRF) and Hala Alsharayri (JRF)

MEDA/JVL Local Economic Development Consultant Odetallah Madadaha conducted a special executive-level information and discussion workshop at MEDA-Jordan offices on the latest developments in licensing and registration procedures and incentives for Home-Based Businesses (HBB) in Jordan.During the event, Madadaha provided MEDA partners with an overview of the steps taken by the Jordanian Government to implement International Standard Industrial Classification Rev. 4, (ISIC 4), which is a United Nations-founded standard classification of economic activities arranged so that entities can be classified according to the activity they carry out.The event included an interactive questions and answers session where JVL partners asked questions and voiced HBB licensing and registration concerns shared by their home-based business clients.Madadaha was invited by MEDA’s partners to conduct Home Based Business Licensing and Registration orientation and discussion sessions with MEDA partner clients in the coming weeks.

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