IRBID – Yarmouk University (YU) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) are set to strengthen their cooperation, focusing on the development of early education. This collaboration was the subject of discussions between YU’s President, Dr. Islam Massad, and USAID’s Director of Education Programs, Cameron Mirza.
According to Jordan News Agency, Massad emphasized YU’s commitment to effectively implement the USAID-approved Early Education “ASAS” Project. This initiative aims to develop a bachelor’s program in early education, enhancing the quality of early education and classroom teacher programs. Massad expressed confidence in Yarmouk University’s distinguished campus environment and its ability to make this project successful, advocating for broader cooperation to ensure the program’s sustainability. Mirza affirmed USAID’s confidence in YU’s capabilities and expressed the agency’s readiness to collaborate in various fields to achieve sustainable development.