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The USAID Jordan Competitiveness Program has been a thought leader for the past five years, developing robust analyses, surveys, and strategies for the Government of Jordan, business associations, and the private sector. This intellectual capital is a public good, intended to contribute to the Kingdom's growth and prosperity over the long term. To this end, we are proud to share the program's complete library of knowledge products through the Jordan Knowledge Management Portal.     

 Through the USAID-supported Microsoft Academic Accelerator Program, more than 100 Jordanian ICT students and young professionals participated in ideation and team-building activities aimed at boosting their app development skills. Pictured above are key words describing why users download various types of apps. The photo was taken at a March 2016 brainstorming session led by Microsoft trainers.   

Through the USAID-supported Microsoft Academic Accelerator Program, more than 100 Jordanian ICT students and young professionals participated in ideation and team-building activities aimed at boosting their app development skills. Pictured above are key words describing why users download various types of apps. The photo was taken at a March 2016 brainstorming session led by Microsoft trainers.