USAID’s Jordan Communication and Advocacy Project (JCAP) is a five year project for better health, wellbeing and socio-economic prosperity of Jordanian families. JCAP works hand in hand with his main counterparts; the Higher Population Council, the Ministry of Health and the civil society to increase demand for family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH) services through the enabling of a more supportive policy environment thereby ensuring a healthy future for Jordanian families and contributing to achieving Jordan’s national development goals.
JCAP interventions emphasize the integration of female empowerment and male engagement. We also aim to increase youth involvement and reach out to host communities of Syrian refugees living outside camps.
The Jordan Communication, Advocacy and Policy Project (JCAP) – known as Tawasol in Arabic- is a five-year Project (2014-2019) funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). JCAP supports the Jordan National Family Planning Strategy (2013-2017). The Project’s strategic objective is to increase the use and continuation of family planning and reproductive health services as a safe, effective, and acceptable way to ensure a healthy family, build a sustainable community, and maintain a secure Jordan.
JCAP contributes to achieving two outcomes: increased demand for family planning services and an improved enabling environment for policy and advocacy initiatives.