New Cooperation agreement within the project

Today, a cooperation agreement was signed within the project to reduce the worst forms of child labor in the agricultural sector in the Jordan Valley (Eshraq) between the Women’s Association for Cultural Development (Namaa) represented by Dr. Hanaya Nahas and the Municipality of Middle Shouneh represented by the kindness of the Chairman of the Central Shouneh Committee, Dr. Bassem Ahmed Al-Mubaidin.
This agreement aims to activate the relationship of cooperation and unify efforts to achieve the service of the local community in the Southern Shouneh District, in order to facilitate the children working in the agricultural sector to access digital educational services and digital communication services in a sustainable and available manner.
It is noteworthy that this agreement comes as a community initiative that resulted from the local community committee of the Ishraq project, which is implemented by the Women’s Association for Cultural Development (Namaa) in partnership with Plan International Jordan and funded by the European Union in Jordan.