The projects were developed and sent to donors through MOPIC
, with full coordination with concerned ministries in education, health, solid waste, municipal services, energy, public transportation, social protection, water and waste water sectors, among others.
Al Fakhoury said MOPIC provided support to 78 productive projects; it also supported the creation of 43 markets for those societies at an amount of JOD 4.
Projects implemented by the cooperative societies of the military retired, which MOPIC contributed to their funding, vary between productive industrial, agricultural projects and services, IT, medical, handicraft, professional and tourism projects in the different Jordanian governorates.
In addition to this, MOPIC contributed to funding the project of military training and national education targeting school students, which is implemented collectively by the Economic and Social Corporation of the Military Retired and Old Veterans, the Higher Command of the Jordanian Armed Forces and the Ministry of Education.
This is done through the program of enhancing economic and social productivity that was continuously amended to improve its interventions, and through the MOPIC allocations of governorates' development.
The minister reiterated that MOPIC fully recognizes the importance of the role played by the associations of the military retired in raising the economic and social status of their members in their communities.
Cooperatives, he pointed out, have been one of the important means that MOPIC supported to access local communities and make a positive development effect on them, as cooperatives enjoy many characteristics sufficient to lead development in their communities.
He pointed out that MOPIC will be interested in dealing with any ideas, proposals or projects to activate and enhance the work of cooperatives related to the retired military.
He told committee members that MOPIC is cooperating with the Achievement Unit at the Prime Ministry to accomplish a computerized follow up software that links all the 120 implementing parties in the executive program.
The MOPIC will follow up the implementation of the executive program, reporting on it and submitting reports to the ministerial committees and the council of ministers.
Establishing a full computerized performance dashboard in MOPIC to assist in the operational, tactical and strategic level and up to date KPI s and indicators, visualized through a web-based application.
Providing high technical expertise to support MOSD (Ministry of Social Development) and MOPIC in cooperation with the World Bank and Columbia University Middle East Research Centre (CUMERC) in developing Jordan s Poverty Reduction Strategy (PRS) 2013-2020 .