The Netherlands Embassy in Amman Jordan
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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.
The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) and its Security & Rule of Law research programme provides grants for research and/or ideas that contribute to new knowledge and insights on improvement of security and rule of law policies and interventions in specific fragile and conflict affected settings in Low and Middle Income Countri ...
|Address||Abu Bakr Siraj Al-Din Street 3 Abdoun Al Shamali Amman Jordan|
+962 6 5902200
August 5, 2015 The passport counter will be closed from Thursday the 27th of August until Friday the 4th of September. No passport applications or enquiries will be processed during this time (in case of emergency, an LP can be issued). Other applications or enquiries, like visa applications, are possible. The passport counter will reopen on Sunday the 6th of September.
July 27, 2015 The Netherlands firmly believes in joint programming to reach maximum impact, for this reason the Embassy signed an agreement to support a joint program carried out by UNESCO and UN-Women offices in Jordan. The intervention is led by UNESCO and designed in reaction to Jordan’s 2015 Response Plan countering the Syrian crisis in supporting local economies of the most affected areas. The program aims at creating sustainable employment and income generation and shall be targeting the village of Um El Jimal in Mafraq governorate to promote the archaeological city and its available natural resources of basalt stone and rich handcrafts through a women empowerment program. Not only will participating women gain business management skills but they will also be offered some awareness sessions on social and economic rights. Other activities also include the creation of hospitality services to further enhance tourists experiences. Co-signing the agreement was Ms. Costanza Farina on behalf of UNESCO and Paul van den IJssel, Ambassador.