JOHUD’s Network of 51 CDCs
The CDCs, which are located in both rural and urban areas, provide a focal point for a wide range of groups that can work together to promote sustainable development and respond to the needs of the whole community.
Through the CDCs, JOHUD implements projects that tackle specific development challenges and empower people to improve the well-being of all segments of society.
The 51 Community Development Centres are stationed in rural and urban areas in the 12 governorates of Jordan and reach out to people living in the most remote and underserved areas.
The CDCs act as a focal point for building alliances and partnerships with more than 2500 volunteers who work with JOHUD to achieve shared goals. Together, they advocate for policies and programmes that address the needs of the poor and the marginalised whilst remaining equitable and socially inclusive. Through the CDCs, JOHUD implements projects that tackle specific development problems and empower people to improve the well-being of all segments of society.
In line with its objective of strengthening community participation, JOHUD also focuses on forming and building the capacity of volunteer committees in each of the CDCs, including participatory committees for women and young people.