TW has represented a broad range of development agencies in various parts of the globe.
USAID Siyaha Chemonics and Aid to Artisans
Our team developed and delivered training programs across the Jordan aimed at creating economic opportunities for communities that benefit from the tourist sector. Providing employment opportunities for underserved populations, particularly women, while preserving culturally relevant and endangered traditional skills benefited communities as a whole.
Our intervention into the handcraft sector included workshops focused on marketing, product development, merchandising, quality control and costing and pricing products for profit. These workshops supported the overall tourism strategy by empowering the community to develop and sell products to Jordan’s tourist sector which comprises 14% of the Jordan’s GDP.
Additionally our consultants worked extensively at the Ministry level to develop the Vocational Training curriculum and implementation strategy for the handcraft sector.