The Netherlands Embassy in Amman Jordan
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The Netherlands Fellowship Programmes (NFP) promote capacity building by providing training and education for professionals.
In February 2010, the Netherlands Embassy in Amman moved to its new location in Abdoun Al Shamali. The new chancery is an environmentally friendly and energy efficient building. The building was designed by architect Rudy Uytenhaak, who was awarded the Dutch “Architect of the Year” Award in 2008.
|Address||Abu Bakr Siraj Al-Din Street 3 Abdoun Al Shamali Amman Jordan|
+962 6 590 22 00
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
July 19, 2016 The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Scholarship Programme II (or MSP II), funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, offers scholarships to Syrian and Libyan professionals from different organisations with common training needs, who live and work in Libya, Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Tunisia or Turkey.
July 14, 2016 On wednesday 13th of July, the Embassy signed a contract with INJAZ for the creation of economic opportunities for youth in Jordan. The project aims to foster youth civic engagement and community activism through social entrepreneurship.
- Call for applications for the NFP Tailor-Made programme 2016
- Project agreement with Arab Women Organization (AWO) of Jordan to strive for inclusive political processes
- The Netherlands commits additional USD 70 million to Jordanian communities hosting refugees
- Application is open for ICRA courses
- Visit Dutch Special Envoy for Migration, Bram van Ojik