Over 2000 students graduate from CPF – I participate programme
Jordan’s Crown Prince Foundation (CPF) has announced that 2,137 students have completed its flagship training program Ana Usharek (I participate). According to the CPF website, the program is designed to provide university students with the opportunity to learn about democratic principles, citizenship, human rights, and civic responsibility.
Graduates of the course were also enrolled in training sessions focused on democracy, elections, media, human rights, citizenship, integrity, transparency, and local governance, as well as gender and toleration education. Through funding from the United States Agency for International Development, the CPF is implementing the programme in cooperation with the National Democratic Institute. The Ana Usharek project has been embraced by more than 45,000 Jordanian students since its launch in 2011.