Jordan

Arab Women Speak Out™ was conceived in 1999 as an innovative documentary, training, and advocacy project designed to promote women’s empowerment and active participation in social development throughout the Near East.The project features print and video profiles of women in Egypt, Lebanon, Palestine, Tunisia, and Yemen who are perceived and resp

Arab Women Speak Out (AWS0)™ was conceived in 1999 as an innovative documentary, training, and advocacy project designed to promote women’s empowerment and active participation in social development throughout the Near East.The project features print and video profiles of women in Egypt, Lebanon, Palestine, Tunisia, and Yemen who are perceived a

From 2004 to 2013, the Jordan Health Communication Partnership (JHCP) was a national, cross-cutting behavior change communication program that envisioned a health competent Jordan in which communication empowers individuals, families, communities, and institutions with the knowledge, skills, and resources needed to improve and sustain h

From 2004 to 2013, the Jordan Health Communication Partnership (JHCP) was a national, cross-cutting behavior change communication program that envisioned a health competent Jordan in which communication empowers individuals, families, communities, and institutions with the knowledge, skills, and resources needed to improve and sustain h

From 2004 to 2013, the Jordan Health Communication Partnership (JHCP) was a national, cross-cutting behavior change communication program that envisioned a health competent Jordan in which communication empowers individuals, families, communities, and institutions with the knowledge, skills, and resources needed to improve and sustain health.

The “Mabrouk” (Congratulations ) Initiative was designed to provide essential family planning and spousal communication information to engaged and newlywed couples throughout Jordan.

This monitoring form was used as part of the Religious Leaders' Training Package. Once religious leaders had developed their individual action plans on how they would incorporate family health messages into their work, the Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs would monitor the progress.

This action planning form was used as part of the Religious Leaders' Training Package. Religious leaders would participate in an observation study tour to witness how others had successfully incorporated family planning messages in a religious framework.

These 7 population flash cards are part of the religious leaders' training kit developed by the Jordan Health Communication Partnership. The flash cards provide key facts about the Jordanian population to help religious leaders see the important role family planning plays in family health.

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