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Monitoring and Incentives Key to Improve the Quality of Health and Education Service Delivery in Jordan
June 5, 2017Amman, Jordan


Join us for a live discussion from the National Symposium and Technical Meeting in Amman on how to improve the performance accountability of health and education professionals.

Jordan spends 10.3% of its public budget on education, and 6% on its healthcare. Yet, the quality of education and healthcare services remains low. What can be done to improve this situation?

Join us for a live discussion from the National Symposium & Technical Meeting in Amman on how to improve the performance accountability of health and education professionals according to the findings of a new report entitled The Last Mile to Quality Service Delivery in Jordan.

This discussion will feature Imad Fakhoury, Minister of Planning and International Cooperation, Mahmoud Al-Shayyab, Minister of Health, and Mohammad Al Okour, Secretary General for educational affairs. Tune in and send us your questions or comments on Twitter via @WorldBankMENA.

  • Imad Fakhoury

    Minister of Planning and International Cooperation
  • Mahmoud Al-Shayyab

    Minister of Health
  • Mohammad Al Okour

    Secretary General for educational affairs
  • Tamer Rabie

    Lead Health Specialist, World Bank
  • Samira Nikaein Towfighian

    World Bank
  • Cari Clark

    Senior Health Consultant
Details
  • Date: Monday June 5, 2017
  • Time: 
  • : 10 AM to 1 PM Amman time
  • : 7 AM to 12 PM GMT
  • Location: Intercontinental Hotel, Amman, Jordan, and online