top of page

Name

Country

Jo-Womenomics

Jordan

Founder(s)/Host(s)

Mayyada Abu Jaber

Logo

Jo-Womenomics

Focus

Fostering an Ecofeminist Economy

Number of People Impacted to-date (approx.)

10000

Screenshot 2024-02-03 at 18.49_edited.jp

Inner Home:  Finding meaning and fulfilling purpose in service to community and society.

Finding meaning and fulfilling purpose in service to community and society.

Screenshot 2024-02-03 at 18.49_edited.jp

Local Home: Renewing community and culture through integral purpose-based initiatives/livelihoods.

Renewing community and culture through integral purpose-based initiatives/livelihoods.

Screenshot 2024-02-03 at 18.49_edited.jp

Earth  Home is:  Fuelling systems change and collectively co-creating ‘home on Earth’.

Fuelling systems change and collectively co-creating ‘home on Earth’.

Short Profile

JoWomenomics (JW) is an autonomous, non-profit organization that was founded as an initiative in 2014 and registered in 2017 (Entity Registration #942) with a mission is to realize an ecofeminist economy in Jordan and the MENA region. JW set up FICRI – Feminist Integral Center for Research and Innovation – a new think tank to counter structural gender disparity and create local institutions and policies dedicated to comprehensive, evidence-based approaches to gender inequality in Jordan.

Integral Model to Whole-Systems Change

Integral Model Kumusha

Innovation

Setting up FICRI (Feminist Integral Center for Research and Innovation) as an independent nonpartisan think tank based in JORDAN committed to holistic, Integral, and feminist approaches to instigate radical inquiry towards a feminist economy in the Jordan. Thereby, developing a world where policies and practices enable an equitable environment, where power and resources are shared equally, and where earth nurtures life in all its diversity and where everyone on earth lives in dignity, love and respect.

Impact-to-Date

JW collaborates with 30 private sector entities, educating and ensuring livelihood opportunities to more than 700 vulnerable women. JW established 10 Local Committees (LPCs) and conducted ficr circles/community dialogues impacting 10,000 community members throughout the twelve governorates of Jordan

Fields of Activity

Community Empowerment, Women for the Earth, Transformative Education, knowledge creation

Find out more!

Get in touch!

Mayyada Abu Jaber

Visual Impressions

bottom of page