INNOMED-UP motivates more entrepreneurs from Jordan to produce amazing products out of recyclables

 More beneficiaries from Jordan are proving the positive impact of INNOMED-UP provided technical and financial support.

 Ayman is one of these beneficiaries who managed to open a shop called “Khashabati”; My Woods to produce and exhibit products made out of wood waste; and fountains made out of clothes and cements. Moreover, he employed university students to support them and offered the other beneficiaries to exhibit their products in his shop.

 Aseel is another beneficiary who was able to open a shop in the touristic area through the project sub-grant and produce amazing handicraft projects for tourists out of Banana leaves.

 The sub-grants were utilized to buy any needed equipment, materials and pay the renting fees of their shops which increased their revenues.

 See their products in this interesting video