Al Waqa for Community Development is our newest partner in Jordan, an independent not-for-profit corporation, based in Amman, developing the first independent rights-based centre in Jordan. It opened its doors in September 2011.
The Jordanian Hashemite Fund for Human Development (JOHUD), Jordan's largest NGO, is dedicated to promoting comprehensive and sustainable development through the empowerment of Jordanians. In the 2004 Jordan Development Report JOHUD devoted an entire chapter to RBCP and is now working to adapt the model to its 50 member agencies.
The University of Jordan has over 40,000 students and 1,200 faculty members. The University offers degrees in more than 70 disciplines and is also involved in policy and strategic planning in Jordan. MMEP worked with the university in founding its graduate school of social work.