The Jafar Tukan Library was founded to inspire today’s professionals and tomorrow’s innovators in the areas of architecture, design and engineering. Established in 1984 as a regional reference center, the library boasts an impressive collection of local and international books, periodicals, technical reports and codes.
Housed in CCG's international head office in Amman, Jordan, architects and students have these resources at their disposal to aid them in their studies and professional development in architecture, interior design, art, planning, landscaping, construction and much more.
WAEDAT - The Women Access to Entrepreneurship Development and Training Society, is a non-profit initiative that is committed to enabling females throughout Jordan and the region to overcome social barriers, restrictions and challenges. Their access to funds is facilitated to assist them in launching, promoting and growing entrepreneurial projects that contribute to sustainable social and economic development.
Since its establishment in 2004, WAEDAT has been dedicated to providing ambitious underprivileged women with capacity building, mentoring and networking opportunities, as well as technical, managerial, and soft skills training to empower and help them realize their entrepreneurial dreams and become champions in their local communities and beyond.
"We can all make a difference in the lives of others in need, because it is the simplest of gestures that make the most significant of differences."
Today, WAEDAT’s efforts have extended beyond Jordan to encompass neighbouring countries including Iraq, Lebanon, Libya, Saudi Arabia, Sudan and Yemen.
As a progressive organization that understands Jordan’s intricate social and cultural weave, CCG acknowledges the vital role of private sector establishments in advancing local communities.
As such, CCG adopts a defined social responsibility platform under which it actively contributes to achieving sustainable social and environmental development through the delivery of innovative, integrated and eco-friendly architectural and engineering consultancy solutions, and by supporting various nationwide community activities.
CCG targets several segments, with a special focus on the local community, the engineering community, the business sector, which comprises governmental institutions, private entities and national, regional and international non-profit organizations, as well as fresh graduates and students from public and private schools and universities across the Kingdom.
In recognition of its unwavering commitment and heighted sense of awareness towards the local community, CCG adheres to the ISO 26000:2010, which continues to be used as a guide to actively integrate social responsibility into its values and practices.
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