Orange Jordan, the Jordanian Hashemite Development Fund (JOHUD) and the European Union (EU) celebrated the graduation of a new cohort from the Women Digital Centers, a program that the company implements with JOHUD, in cooperation with the “Innovation Space”, a three-year project co-funded by the European Union’s “Innovation for Enterprise Growth and Jobs” program “Innovate Jordan”.
The centers’ recent cohorts comprising 130 young women completed their training, which empowers them through the 8 centers available across the kingdom, including 3 centers under the “Innovation Space” project. The graduates received their certificates after completing the program that aims to reach women across Jordan.
The European Union Ambassador to Jordan, Maria Hadjitheodosiou, said: “The future requires people who are empowered with knowledge, ambition, confidence, and expertise to engage in the professional careers of the future, which entail, more and more, digital skills. And this is something the EU will continue to support in Jordan, in line with the national economic vision and the EU-Jordan Partnership Priorities. Among other things, we also aim at strengthening the economic empowerment and participation of women.”