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Jordan

  • Accreditation of Energy Efficiency Lighting Laboratory

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    Technical Assistance
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    Completed
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    Cross-sectoral enabler:

    This Technology Transfer Advances Jordan's

    • Nationally Determined Contribution to rationalize energy consumption and efficiency in all sectors and raise awareness about the long-term financial benefits of energy efficiency. The position is that energy-efficiency measures will have a positive impact on economic growth, technology innovation and poverty reduction. 

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  • Strengthening capacity to access international financing for Jordan’s climate technology priorities

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    Technical Assistance
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    Completed
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    This Technology Transfer Advances Jordans's

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  • Karak Star for Recycling

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    Organisation
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    Jordan
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    TA proponent
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    Karak Star for Recycle focuses on recycling the carton and paper solid waste in Jordan.

  • Food policy in 2014-2015: Strong advances and stubborn setbacks

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    Publication
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    The year 2014 saw mixed results for food and nutrition security: some countries made headway on policies to cut hunger, while in other countries conflict and health crises took a heavy human toll. Much of the year’s discourse focused on potential priorities for the future global development agenda.

  • 2015 Nutrition country profile: Jordan

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    Publication
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    The 193 individual country profiles capture the status and progress of all UN Member States, and the 80+ indicators include a wealth of information on child, adolescent and adult anthropometry and nutritional status, in addition to intervention coverage, food supply, economics, and demography. This tool is particularly useful for nutrition champions at the country-level, as it presents a wide range of evidence needed to assess country progress in improving nutrition and nutrition-related outcomes.

  • CTCN in Jordan: Strengthening Capacity to Access International Financing

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    News
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    The Ministry of Environment requested CTCN’s technical assistance in strengthening capacity to access international financing for Jordan’s climate technology priorities. Experts from CTCN Consortium partner UNEP-DTU Partnership are delivering this week in Amman a capacity building workshop for engineers and relevant ministries and entities on how to develop fundable climate project proposals. The workshop, which takes place from 21 to 24  August, was opened by H.E. Ahmed Qatarneh, Secretary General of the Ministry of Environment. 

  • Renewables global futures report

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    Publication
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    The future of renewable energy is fundamentally a choice, not a foregone conclusion given technology and economic trends, according to this report. It examines the future of renewable energy in the context of: total energy share by sector; integration between utilities, buildings, industry and transportation; business models and investment; urban planning; national and regional policy; and technology, cost and market growth. The report is based on the opinions of 170 leading experts and the projections of 50 recently published scenarios.

  • The Role of Women in Water Management and Conservation in Jordan

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    To what extent are Jordanian women currently participating in water management and conservation projects? This document provides an overview of various natural resource management projects in which women have or have not had significant involvement, and discusses their successes and failures. It provides case-studies from government and non-government projects, and compares the impact of those initiatives on the men and women involved. It also draws from the case studies to provide a summary of the main issues affecting female participation in natural resource management.