Seventy Syrian refugee women and vulnerable Jordanian women graduated from an intensive hospitality training programme enhancing their access to the labour market. The training was delivered at the Ammon Applied University College of Hospitality and Tourism Education and provided through a consortium led by EuroMed Feminist Initiative, with the support of the European Union’s Regional Trust Fund in Response to the Syrian Crisis, the EU “MADAD” Fund.
Press Release - Seventy Syrian and Jordanian Women Complete Hospitality Training in Jordan
22 Nov 2019
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