What we do

UNDP Jordan is working towards contributing to the achievement of the national development. UNDP’s work is based on a number of national strategic documents. This includes the National Agenda (2006-2015), and its Executive Development Programme (2011-2013), well as the relevant policies and strategies such as; the Poverty Reduction Strategy (2012-2020), National Employment Strategy (2011-2020), Environment Strategy, and others. UNDP work is also guided by a number of UNDP’s corporate strategic and guiding documents, such as the Strategic Plan, and Annual Business Plans. At the national Level UNDP’s current Country Programme (CPD), and its Action Plan the (CPAP) are based on the UN Country Common Assessment (CCA) and the UN Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF).

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Global ender gap report
global gender gap report

Through the Global Gender Gap Report, the World Economic Forum quantifies the magnitude of gender-based disparities and tracks their progress over time.  

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Latest Jordan Reports
Jordan ICZM Country Repot 2014

The reports are the following and can be found in the Research and Publication Page:

1- Aqaba Ecotourism Development plan- 2014

2- Jordan ICZM Country Report-2014

3- Aqaba Marine Park Management Plan-2014 (available in Arabic Language)

4- Communication and Community Participation Strategy to Protect the Coastal Environment and Marine Biodiversity in Aqaba (Available in Arabic Language)

UNDP Annual Report 2013-2014



New Partnerships for Development

The National Climate Change Policy of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan 2013-2020


Jordan recognizes that climate change is a serious and pervasive threat to humanity. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC),
the highest scientific body of the UNFCCC responsible for evaluating the risk of climate change, affirmed in its Fourth Assessment Report
(2007) that the “warming of the earth’s climate system is unequivocal” and that this warming is attributed to the dramatic rise in humaninduced
greenhouse gas emissions since the mid-20thcentury.