MoreThanAJob: Social and Solidarity Economy actors meet to apply for the project's sub-grants in Jordan


On June 17th, 2021, Mutah University in cooperation with the Ministry of Public Work and Housing (MPWH) as technical partners of MoreThanAJob project "Reinforcing social and solidarity economy for the unemployed, uneducated and refugees" organized an introductory session for MoreThanAJob sub grants in Jordan.

Within this framework, MoreThanAJob Project launched a call for proposals for sub-grants to be awarded to the Social Solidarity Economy ‘SSE’ institutions and entities to support cooperation between Social and Solidarity Economy actors and public administrations.

During the session, the process for application, evaluation, selection and award of grants to those who are interested in applying for funding under this call has been discussed. This meeting set out the rules for the submission, selection and implementation of the actions financed under the call for proposals for the project's sub-grants.

Among the several issues discussed, a special attention has been given to identify MoreThanAJob Project, and its general framework, and main priorities. Furthermore, the project Portal and its crucial role in applying for these sub-grants, and social schemes were outlined and delivered in a simplified way.

The workshop was attended by about 49 representatives from various institutions that work in the field of employment and with the vulnerable groups.


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