RYSE Graduation Ceremony Marks End of Youth Empowerment Component
AMMAN (PETRA) - JRF has announced the conclusion of RYSE’s youth empowerment component during a graduation ceremony marking the end of its civic engagement and social innovation interventions for over 5 thousand beneficiaries (Jordanians and Syrian refugees) reached in the past three years.
Nurturing a youth-inclusive environment across Jordan, RYSE (RESILIENT YOUTH, SOCIALLY and ECONOMICALLY) has evolved to empower thousands of young Syrian refugees and vulnerable Jordanians through civic engagement, economic empowerment, and transformational leadership across Tafilah, Karak, Amman, Zarqa, Mafraq, Ajloun, and Irbid. The project enabled thousands to hone their 21st Century Skills and develop grass-root solutions to their social and economic challenges. The Danish Refugee Council-led project is implemented in cooperation with JRF and Mercy Corps.