UNDP Country Office
Country Weblinks

Tip: Enter a search term (word or phrase, as in Google) and press ENTER or click the search button

POGAR > Resources > Jordan > Government Institutions - Other (All Topics)

Civil Service Bureau [English].
The Jordanian Civil Service Bureau aims to organize and to develop Public Service with its human, bureaucratic, and legal dimensions based on the principles of justice, equality, and transparency.
Anti Corruption Commission [English][Arabic].
The Anti-corruption Commission was established by Law No. (62) of 2006. It is attached to the prime minister and enjoys an independent financial and administrative legal personality. The Commission has the right to all necessary legal action to achieve its goals, signing contracts and litigation. It is also entrusted with designing public policy against corruption in cooperation with relevant agencies, and informing citizens about the serious impact of corruption on economic, social and political development. The Commission published periodic reports that show the risks posed by corruption towards State institutions and departments. The Commission coordinates with local, regional and international organizations with regard to enhancing and developing anti-corruption measures. It also investigates financial and administrative corruption, detects violations, collects relevant evidence, and brings offenders to justice. The head of the Commission is Mr. Abed Al-Shakhanba.
Audit Bureau [Arabic].
Department of Statistics [English][Arabic].
Jordan's DOS offers statistical information such as population and housing, as well as economic, agricultural, and environmental surveys.
House of Representatives [English][Arabic].
Jordan - Meteorological Department [English][Arabic].
Jordan Enterprise Development Corporation [English].
Jordan Enterprise Development Corporation was established on 12 June, 2003 to be Jordan’s leading institution for upgrading the industry and promoting exports.
Jordan's Agreements [English][Arabic].
The website provides informaiton about the bilateral and the multilateral trade agreements with Jordan.
King Abdullah II Official Site [English][Arabic].
National Centre for Human Rights [English][Arabic].
The NCHR Centre is an independent national institution. It's main objective is to protect and enhance the situation of human rights and public freedoms in Jordan.
National Commission for Women [English][Arabic].
JNCW is a semi-governmental commission that was established in 1992 to promote women's issues in Jordan. The commission represents the Kingdom of Jordan in all issues pertaining to women's affairs at national, regional, and international levels. Its mission is to support the mainstreaming of a gender-equality perspective in all policy areas, to improve the status of women and enhance their role in national development, to encourage the participation of women in economy, politics, and decision making, and to strengthen women's legal rights.
National Institute of Training [English][Arabic].
The Institute contributes to the development of performance of human resources in the public sector, through their provision with distinguished training.
Permanent Mission of Jordan to the United Nations [English].
Prime Ministry [English][Arabic].
Senate Assembly [Arabic].
Supreme Judge Department [Arabic].
Responsible for the administration of the Sharia Courts.