Welcome To BDC

The Business Development Center–BDC, is a Jordanian non-profit organisation dedicated to fostering sustainable socio-economic development through employability and entrepreneurship training programs, social enterprises support hand-in-hand with a strong team of experts and pool of trainers. BDC accurately monitors the labour market, analyses supply and demand needs, spots missing pieces and designs developmental evidence-based programmes that provide linkages to build business opportunities and effectively administrates training programs. Through delivering community-led solutions for development, BDC acts as a local multiplier for an inclusive regional economic development.

We work in all governorates of Jordan, including and especially in remote and hard-to-reach areas where essential services and livelihood opportunities are lacking. Since its establishment in 2004, BDC has outreached more than 4,000,000 people in Jordan and the region, with the support and trust of international donors, INGOs and UN agencies.

The Business Development Center–BDC, is a Jordanian non-profit organisation dedicated to fostering sustainable socio-economic development through employability and entrepreneurship training programs, social enterprises support hand-in-hand with a strong team of experts and pool of trainers. BDC accurately monitors the labour market, analyses supply and demand needs, spots missing pieces and designs developmental evidence-based programmes that provide linkages to build business opportunities and effectively administrates training programs. Through delivering community-led solutions for development, BDC acts as a local multiplier for an inclusive regional economic development.

We work in all governorates of Jordan, including and especially in remote and hard-to-reach areas where essential services and livelihood opportunities are lacking. Since its establishment in 2004, BDC has outreached more than 4,000,000 people in Jordan and the region, with the support and trust of international donors, INGOs and UN agencies.

Key Areas of Work

Pillar 1:

Improving livelihoods : Employment & Entrepreneurship

Pillar 2:

Improving livelihoods: SMEs, social enterprises support and Innovation

Pillar 3:

Women Engagement, Leadership and Gender Equality

Pillar 4:

Empowering Local Communities & CBOs

Pillar 5:

Supporting Host Communities and Refugees

Projects

National entrepreneurship and SME funding program “Inhad” (2 years)

Funded by United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)

Youth Economic Empowerment Project (2 Years)

Funded by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)

Emergency Economic Response for COvid-19 Pandemic “AZM” Project (1 year)

Funded by United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) .

Human Resource Management and Operational Support for Makani and Youth Centers in Camps

Funded by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)

Supporting Jordanian Schools including HR and Operational management across Camps.

Funded by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)

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