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Environmental and Social Impact Assessment Jordan Youth Technology and Jobs Project (P170669) (English)


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    Environmental Assessment,Environmental and Social Assessment,Social Assessment

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    Middle East and North Africa,

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    Environmental and Social Impact Assessment Jordan Youth Technology and Jobs Project (P170669)

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    digital skills; digital economy; information and communication technology; legal and regulatory framework; access to venture capital; income-generating opportunity; access to training opportunities; Vocational and Technical Education; access to global market; awareness-raising activities; international standard industrial classification; project design and implementation; private sector involvement; person with disability; public school student; grievance redress mechanism; underserved communities; financial service; digital id; list of services; social and environmental; inclusion of women; types of finance; future of work; access of woman; regulatory reform process; sustainable development goals; source of financing; accounting information; human resources information; automated teller machine; government to citizen; low education outcome; private sector enterprise; skill and jobs; project management structure; credit reporting system; employability of graduate; national payment system; people with disability; internet of things; delivery to citizen; global value chain; national ict strategy; duplication of efforts; national skill development; number of workers; intellectual property rights; access to internet; youth with skill; global best practice; business process outsourcing; quality of education; flexible working arrangement; gender and employment; access to bank; decision support system; incentive for employer; provision of service; climate change mitigation; number of residents; automation of business; energy efficient lighting; proportion of female; number of beneficiaries; public service provider; lack of awareness; e-government service; new job; digital transformation; government payment; outreach activity; digital government; vulnerable youth



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Environmental and Social Impact Assessment Jordan Youth Technology and Jobs Project (P170669) (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.