In 1971, the Jerash Women's Association was founded. It began as a nursery and kindergarten project for children; however, after a year of establishment, the association decided to expand to empower women. It started the sewing and embroidery project, in which local community women were trained by the Noor Al Hussein Foundation. From decisions about colors to the efficiency of the women working in embroidery and sewing, the association depends on the women’s training as well as a number of other factors.
Efforts existed beyond the center to open a production line for the beneficiaries of the training, including local community women in the ceramic industry who were also trained in the skills of the ceramic industry. However, with limited marketing and support, the association was forced to close this production line. The Jerash Women's Association has trained more than 3000 women from the local community in Jerash. To date, the association offers an array of courses and training workshops in various fields. It does, however, continue to face challenges. varying from the sourcing of the raw materials in Jerash compared to those in the capital Amman, to the delivery and marketing of products. However, the association is still working and training local women to empower them