JoWomenomics (JW) is a national non-profit organization that envisions a just society providing equitable opportunities and enabling environment to women to fully partake in its economic and social development.
Since its inception in 2014, JW is continuously striving to attain its goal of gender equality across the Kingdom of Jordan. Our four-pronged approach encompasses research and advocacy for policy and legal reform; awareness raising targeting gender insensitive mind-sets; knowledge and skill-building of communities of women, with a specific focus on their marginalized and vulnerable segments; as well as enabling a safe and equitable work environment.
Aligned with a feminist vision, the Feminist Integral Center for Research and Innovation (FICRI) maintains an ethos to produce an ecosystem that is conducive to innovative policy development; inclusive to gender equality and economic empowerment. FICRI seeks to achieve the following outcomes:
Riham Riad Al-Adwan, a 19-year old girl from Southern Shouneh is the eldest of 5 children wit aspirations of becoming a fashion designer. As a result of our"Work Ethics and Employability Skills" training program, she was able to effectively organize her time, providing financial support for her family.