BDC works in all Jordanian governorates, targeting poverty pockets and hard-to-reach areas to foster local economic development, enhance local communities’ livelihoods and generate durable employability and entrepreneurship solutions for their members. Over the years, we have built community-led empowerment and development models by working closely with local stakeholders such as Community-Based Organisations (CBOs), Civil-Society Organisations (CSOs) and municipalities. After a participatory consultation process and needs assessments, we provide our partners with targeted capacity-building trainings, and thereby contribute to improving the services they offer to their communities. In response to the economic impact of Covid-19, we have been scaling-up our support towards CBOs as a solution model for economic recovery, leveraging livelihood opportunities. We are supporting 30 local CBOs and over 14,000 families from remote areas of Jordan, to sustain and enhance their income-generating activities, through direct financial support, and the provision of equipment and raw material.