Job Jo is aiming to reduce unemployment and poverty in remote areas in Jordan through the establishment of multiple Business Bureaus in the participating higher education institutions. These Bureaus will provide the necessary teaching and training services for unemployed graduates and re-qualify them to increase their job opportunities. Job Jo also claims to have a special focus on women. The foreseen outcomes will effectively contribute to improving the capacity building process at the national level and to allow graduates to gain the skills and training needed for their profession.
Moreover, the foreseen activities will surely foster economic growth and reduce unemployment and poverty in remote areas. Job Jo aims include providing services and workshops to graduates to gain skills which are necessary, but not commonly provided by universities. In addition, Job Jo will promote the modernization of learning methods, training of staff and students, management and quality control and internationalization of higher education institutions. The priority addressed is a relevant national priority for the Jordan.