Assess individual and community characteristics of Jordanian and Syrian women engaged in the formal labour market to inform programming aimed at removing gendered barriers to Jordanian and Syrian women’s participation on the labour market.
- Understand the livelihoods situation of women in Jordan especially in relation to:
a. Jordanian and Syrian refugee women’s participation in the formal labour market according to individual characteristics (such as demographic, family, education profile, career path, and economic activities and sectors of involvement ).
b. The individual and community-level factors hindering Jordanian and Syrian women’s participation in the formal labour market, with a particular emphasis on the societal pressures which hinder women’s engagement in the formal labour market.
c. The enabling factors (financial, material, logistics, societal, inclusion efforts etc.) for women to become economically active in the formal labour market at the national level.
d. The drivers of women’s participation in the formal labour market, including both financial considerations and non-economic factors (including the role of social protection, tax law etc.)
e. The behaviours, strategies and situations women employed in the formal labour market.
f. From the supply side, understand the challenges and benefits in hiring female staff, and preferences (ie. profiles and skill sets).
- Identify and analyse 3-4 projects/activities currently implemented by actors designed to foster Jordanian and Syrian refugee women’s' participation in the labour market.