Direct Beneficiaries

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20Textile manufacturers (SMEs)
20Designers
200Individuals

Indirect Beneficiaries

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Families of the20target beneficiaries who will benefit from an increase in their income.
200Institutions supporting the textile sector in Jordan.
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JO! Collection is part of CREATIVE JORDAN project and represents a new important step for Jordanian garment industry.
The aim of ‘Creative Jordan’ is to improve and foster the design and manufacturing process in the garment industry and facilitate the access to local and international markets.
JO! By Creative Jordan is developed in collaboration with the Garment Design & Training Services Center (GSC) in Amman and engages a team of Jordanian designers and local manufacturing factories.
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Creative Jordan will be launching new seasons of the fashion competition under “KHAYT”. The competition will gather young Jordanian designers and producers, aiming to provide support to the Jordanian designers and assist the producers to manufacture new products for the global markets.
KHAYT will showcase the new collections through an exhibition and provide a chance of international exposure for both designers and producers.
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UNIDO is working with its Member States and partners to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, to recover from
its socioeconomic consequences, and to build a better future together.

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The project will encourage women’s participation in the textile sector through training. In order to enhance their employment in the textile industries, women will represent almost 40% or more of the project beneficiaries.

The project directly serves

SDG5 “Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls”
SDG8 Build resilient infrastructure, promote sustainable industrialization and foster innovation
SDG9 Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all
SDG11 Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable.

UNIDO is working with its Member States and partners to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, to recover from its socioeconomic consequences, and to build a better future together.