MEDA Jordan and CCD signed a Strategic Partnership agreement to support the CCD in improving government staff capacity and service delivery

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Dr. Wael Ali Armouti, General Controller of the Companies Control Department of the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Supply and Ahsan Ul Haque Helal, MEDA, Jordan Country Director Jordan signed a Strategic Partnership agreement to support the CCD in improving government staff capacity and service delivery as well as expanding outreach and services for women and youth entrepreneurs in Jordan. MEDA Jordan Valley Links Project with funding support from the Embassy of Canada to Jordan aimed at supporting 25,000 women and Youth entrepreneurs, link them with higher-end market to earn a sustainable income and lead a decent life. Under this agreement MEDA will support the CCD in the development of specialized brochures for 11 categories of home-based businesses and 6 categories of electronic services. MEDA will also support in the development of Mobile Application to allow for online/virtual registration for home-based businesses and other types of company. This is a great step forward to digitalize and simplify HBB registration process in Jordan and will benefit thousands of micro businesses.

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