About Tashbeek

Tashbeek mission is to build a community of women supporting women. The Tashbeek forum is intended to serve as a safe-space for women to share experiences, opinions, tips, and resources. The forum is an opportunity to express yourself, anonymously if you choose, and communicate about what is important to you. Tashbeek also aims to cultivate the contribution of experts and women-serving organizations to provide informational resources and referrals to offer support and empowerment. Launched in Jordan, Tashbeek is designed to connect women from different communities throughout the Kingdom but is open to women from around the world.
About Takamol
USAID Takamol Gender Program is a five-year program focusing on mainstreaming gender at the policy, national, and community levels. The objectives of the Program are to expand social dialogue on gender equality and strengthen enforcement and advocacy for female empowerment. USAID Takamol delivers support mechanisms, in-kind assistance, training, and/or grants to build the capacity of national and grassroots organizations including civil society actors, media, and government, as well as supports USAID Implementing Partners to achieve gender equity and female empowerment. The Program is funded by USAID and implemented by IREX, an international nonprofit organization that builds a more just, prosperous, and inclusive world. Tashbeek is made possible by the support of the American people through the USAID Takamol Program implemented by IREX with financing from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). Contents are the responsibility of IREX to the extent defined within the Tashbeek Terms of Use and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the U.S. Government.