Sakhrah Women's Society Cooperative

Established in 2007, Sakhrah Women's Society Cooperative is the first union of its kind in Jordan and the Arab world. It brings together 22 women’s organizations and 5,000 members. It is working on capacity building for small agricultural organizations through programmes that assess their needs, build their capacity and empower them, and provide microfinance. The project has brought leadership capacities to 120 women farmers, provided health insurance for 578 poor farmer families, trained 7,000 women and girls as farmers, and provided microfinance loans to 800 women and girls. It has 38 staff and 200 volunteers.

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