AMMAN — Leaders International for Economic Development, an NGO for economic development, has officially launched its “Digital Avenue” project in Jordan.
With support from the US Department of State (DOS), the project gives Jordanian youth the opportunity to participate in the global digital market through building digital work capacities, connecting freelancers to form teams, and provide them with the opportunity to compete and bid on different digital work opportunities worldwide, according to a statement from the organisation.
It also announced the launching of the project’s online platform — Jordan’s very first umbrella to promote digital freelance work. It now invites Jordanian entrepreneurs, freelancers, and small business owners to register for a free training programme to build skills and capacities in winning and managing diverse digital assignments.
“The Digital Avenue project aims to reach the widest number of young freelancers, connect them to global markets, and foster a digital work culture in Jordan,” Hamzeh Shamaileh, country manager at Leaders International, was quoted in...read more...