Held under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, Chairman of Dubai Airports, Chairman and Chief Executive of Emirates Airline and Group

Higher Council for the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (HCD) + Jordan Tourism Board (JTB)

Why visit our stand
The HCD and JTB stand offers information on innovative and accessible learning projects and tools, including Jordan’s work in accrediting the health sector to ensure health services are quality-based.
Description
HCD works in policy development and review; capacity building and awareness-raising; development of accreditation standards; monitoring and evaluation; research and information-sharing. It is the primary technical focal point on all things relating to disability, to assist national organizations to provide services in an inclusive and accessible manner for all. JTB is an independent, public – private sector partnership committed to utilize marketing strategies to brand, position and promote various Jordanian tourism products, highlighting Jordan as the destination of choice in global markets.
Products and Services
Barrier Free Living, Mobility, Communication, (Education, coaching and training), (Associations, Institutions, Organisations)
Gallery of products and services
  • Stand: 6220
WEBSITE
http://www.hcd.gov.jo
EMAIL
info@hcd.gov.jo
PHONE
+96265538610
ADDRESS
HCD, PRINCE RAAD BIN ZEID SPORT COMPLEX
SPORT CITY STREET, SPORT CITY
AMMAN
AMMAN
11941
Jordan
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