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Our partnerships with governmental, private institutions and NGOs have driven positive change across the Kingdom.
The Ministry of Digital Economy and Entrepreneurship has evolved its role from the previous role for the Ministry of ICT towards creating the policies to enable the transformation towards a digital economy and support the enabling pillars for this transformation including Digital Entrepreneurship, Digital Skills, Digital Financial Services, Digital Infrastructure and Digital Platforms, and will put plans in cooperation with other government institutions to overcome the challenges faced by entrepreneurs including, access to markets, access to funding, regulatory challenges and access to talents.
Orange Jordan renovated five digital centers that are affiliated to MODEE in Mafraq’s al Dafyanih area, Mafraq city, Ajloun’s Kufranjah village, Salt’s al Ardah area and Tafila city, by providing them with the needed technology and furniture. Moreover, Orange Jordan has provided the centers’ supervisors with the Training of Trainers (TOT) course.
The Ministry of Youth Jordan was established to replace the Higher Council of Youth in 2016 as a translation of his Majesty King's Abdullah II vision and aspirations to create a generation of young people armed with knowledge. The Ministry aims mainly at raising young people in Jordan and developing them ideologically, skillfully, and qualitatively to enable them to deal with the latest developments and challenges through the creation of policies and executive plans, along with coordination with all institutions.
His Royal Highness Crown Prince Al Hussein bin Abdullah II is committed to building a bright future for Jordan’s youth by inspiring and driving their engagement to improve community well-being, leadership and participation, innovation and entrepreneurship and technical/vocational education. The impact of the Crown Prince Foundation’s initiatives extends throughout the Kingdom’s governorates and affirms His Royal Highness' belief that youth can excel if given the proper skills and means to become capable, active citizens within their communities.
Haqiq, a four-step national leadership program for ninth and tenth graders, was established to realize our youth’s commitment to becoming successful leaders in their local communities. After selecting students from public schools in every governorate, in cooperation with the Ministry of Education.
Baqit Taqdeer initiative aimed to support the families of over 200 Military personnel by providing them with vouchers as an appreciation for their efforts during Corona crisis.
Al Hussein Technical University, established by the Crown Prince Foundation, was born out of a need to bridge the gap between the numbers of graduates and their rate of employment in technical fields. To remedy this problem, the Crown Prince Foundation sought to create a distinguished model of technical education that features a seamless combination of excellence, rigor and close attunement to the ever-changing demands and developments of Industry.
Orange Jordan renovated the Student Hub at HTU, where conferences and events are held.
Orange Jordan supplied HTU’s Incubator “The Core” with Fiber line to support the growth of the incubator’s startups.
The University of Jordan (UJ), which was founded in 1962, has grown to become Jordan’s largest and leading university excelling in pedagogy, research, and innovation and advancing in global standing, it has offered a wide choice of academic programs for students who can choose from more than 250 Programs from 24 schools in various disciplines.
Orange Jordan renovated two graduate students’ halls at the Faculty of Arts and equipped them with the latest technologies.
Orange Jordan renovated and equipped the Conference hall at the university’s Deanship for Student Affairs with technological tools and devices.
Yarmouk University is a comprehensive and state supported university located near city center of Irbid in northern Jordan. Since its establishment in 1976, Yarmouk University (YU) has been at the forefront of Jordanian and Middle Eastern universities. The University consists of 15 faculties offering 52 bachelor's degree, 64 master's degree, and 18 PhD Programs in different disciplines. The university also hosts 12 research and career centers.
OYIL offers graduate students the opportunity to work on their innovative projects and get training on technical skills and soft skills on the hands of Orange professional trainers.
The Information and Communications Technology Association of Jordan (int@j), founded in 2000, is a membership based ICT and IT Enabled Services (ITES) industry advocacy, support and networking association.
int@j serves as the collective voice of the industry, advocating on behalf of our stakeholders and seeks to maximize the contribution of the ICT sector towards the national economy. We aim to provide our members with the tools required to ensure continued growth and expansion.
Orange Jordan supported the first edition of Intaj’s competition “The Pioneers of Digital Content” which aims to enhance the Arabic digital content on the Internet.
Big by Orange Platform hosted the honoring ceremony of the winners in the 2nd edition of “The Pioneers of Digital Content Competition” which was organized by Intaj.
Orange Jordan sponsored the 9th edition of MENA ICT conference, which was organized by Intaj and held under the patronage of His Majesty, King Abdullah II.
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The Jordanian Hashemite Fund for Human Development (JOHUD) is the oldest and largest non-profit, non-governmental organization dedicated to promoting rights-based, sustainable human development in Jordan.
The Goodwill campaign aims to provide aid to those in need across all governorates of Jordan. Orange supports three of its programs:
Women’s Digital Centers provide unprivileged women with the necessary digital and entrepreneurial skills that enable them to start their own businesses to empower them economically and help them to support their families.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) is considered the first organization of its kind in the Arab world geared towards eradicating hunger. It also represents the first non-governmental organization to provide sustainable food support, through the distribution of food parcels to families living in extreme poverty. Alongside delivering hot meals to passers-by, at its premises, and the provision of humanitarian food aid to the underprivileged in Jordan.
Orange Jordan provides monthly food parcels to 39 underprivileged families of 6-7 members.
Oasis 500 invests in startups and equips their founders with the tools to grow. With a strong focus on driving growth, Oasis500 extends a six-month, hands-on acceleration program that caters to the specific and wide-ranging needs of emerging companies. In addition to providing funding, technical supervision, mentorship and networking opportunities, Oasis500 delivers managerial services - including office space; accounting, auditing and legal support; and discounted services from its partners.
Member of the Steering Committee.
Princess Sumaya University for Technology (PSUT), established in 1991, is a specialized, Non-governmental, Non-profit, Jordanian university, owned by the leading applied research center in Jordan, the Royal Scientific Society (RSS). PSUT's area of specialization is IT, Communications and Electronics.
PSUT is located in Amman, Jordan, offering an array of ICT related courses. It currently offers B.Sc. degrees in Computer Science, Computer Graphics and Animation, Software Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Computer Engineering, Communication Engineering, Energy and Electrical Power Engineering, Management Information Systems, Administration of business , Accounting , Business Information Technology and E-Marketing and Social Media.
German-Jordanian University (GJU) is a public university located near Madaba, Jordan. It offers more than 20 programs to over 6,000 students, primarily from Jordan and the Middle East. The curriculum differs from other Jordanian universities, with German language courses offered as preparation for the fourth academic year at a university of applied sciences in Germany and an introduction to German industry through an obligatory internship within the framework of the study program.
Al-Balqaʼ Applied University (BAU) is a government-supported university located in Salt, Jordan, was founded in 1997, a distinctive state university in the field of Bachelor and associate degree Applied Education, at the capacity of more than 21,000 student distributed into 10,000 at the bachelor's degree program and 11,000 at the associate degree program.
Luminus ShamalStart caters to entrepreneurs with promising ideas in the manufacturing and related services, through its Business Accelerator, enabling them to confidently enter and navigate the business world. With access to FabLab Irbid – a state-of-the-art manufacturing space – the first of its kind in Jordan and one of the 20 largest digital fabrication laboratories in the word, FabLab Irbid grants innovators and creators access to production areas, work spaces, advanced and easy-to-use equipment and tools, as well as a resident team of experts and specialists.
The mission of the Creativity Club – Al Karak, since it first opened its doors in 2006, has always been to provide an incubator for Jordanians of all ages, genders, and socioeconomic backgrounds. Additionally, the Club aims at empowering any and all forms of creativity, such as arts, science, literature, technology, and innovation. The vision of the Creativity Club has been centered around aiding young people to become active citizens who work together for a safe and productive Jordan. Our path so far, and hope for the future, has been focused on engaging members in the process of maintaining the values of integrity, respect, and entrepreneurship.
Orange Jordan has sponsored the renovation of the digital hall inside the center and provided the latest equipment to be under Orange Community digital centers umbrella , where the youth will have different courses in soft , digital , innovation and entrepreneurship skills
Signbook is a Jordanian company with experience in the field of services and products prepared for people with disabilities. We work at the national and international levels to create services and products provided by governmental and non-governmental agencies so that people with disabilities can obtain and enjoy them on the basis of equality with others.
Our goal is to provide substantive and technical support to government agencies, the industrial and agricultural private sector, and service providers in all sectors to ensure that people with disabilities have access to various services and products on the basis of equality with others.
Providing video call communication service in sign language using SignBook technology in 11 shops for people with hearing impairment in order to enable them to benefit from our digital solutions and services
The Mujaddidun Society for Charity and Development was established in 2009 and is based on four principles: development, faith in the idea that drives work and co-existence, finding a common space for volunteers to develop, and empowering young people for practical education.
Sponsor charitable work and activities of Mujaddid for the benefit of the less fortunate families
Jordan Basketball Federation (JBF) is the governing body for the sport of basketball in Jordan. JBF is responsible for the selection and training of Jordanian national teams, and for organizing and regulating development programs that address grassroots, referees, statisticians, youth, and coaches. Founded in 1957, JBF is an affiliate of the International Basketball Federation (FIBA), FIBA Asia and the Arab Basketball Confederation, and incorporated under Jordan Olympic Committee.
Orange Jordan support for the basketball scene in Jordan started in 2019, as it extended sponsorship to the basketball national team - Jordan Falcons during its journey at the 2019 World Cup finals, as part of the company’s CSR which focuses on youth, by providing the necessary skills and encouraging them to participate in sport activities.
The company offered its exclusive telecom sponsorship for the Jordanian Basketball National Team, and the Jordanian Basketball League for 2020-2021 season; including the Jordanian basketball Preliminary League, the Jordanian League for all age groups, the Jordanian Women's League, and the national team matches in 2021 Asian Cup Basketball Qualifiers.
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