Small-scale enterprises led by women in the dryland regions of southern Jordan have the potential to reduce poverty and boost rural incomes .
This new initiative is creating income-generating activities and developing small businesses for women and young graduates, as a means of increasing food production, raising living standards, and preventing debilitating rates of out-migration
Building on pre-existing indigenous institutions gives livestock farmers’ cooperatives a solid foundation and legitimacy.
The MENARID Gateway aims to facilitate system-wide implementation of improved, community-driven integrated natural resource management practices through knowledge sharing and harmonized monitoring and evaluation across the MENARID program.
MENARID Project Coordinator
Tel: Office (00962) 5903120