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JRF inks agreement with two entities

The Jordan River Foundation (JRF) has signed agreements with New Burma and Al Maarid, two municipalities in the Jerash Governorate.  According to the agreement, the support will be provided to both municipalities by the former for the various on-going development projects in Dibeen (implemented by JRF).
The current agreements are a continuation of the previous ones signed between JRF and JD Properties to support development projects in the Dibbeen area and improve services offered to local inhabitants by providing new job opportunities to people from the area.
 

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