Public and private sectors in Yemen have suffered massive economic losses due to the suspension of flights in and out of the country.
A credit line of up to $700 million aims to boost the Jordanian economy and help the kingdom cope with the massive influx of Syrian refugees.
With more than 80% of the population in need of humanitarian assistance, Yemen is in need of help more than ever, government officials say.
The bank is working to prevent an economic collapse and a food scarcity as the financial state of Yemen worsens due to the ongoing conflict.
The country's tourism sector is suffering from the aftermath of recent violence along the border with Syria.
The season between Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha has given some displaced Yemenis a chance to return to Sanaa and make extra money in an economy devastated by war.
According to one watchdog, Lebanon has met all the necessary conditions for fighting money laundering and terrorism financing.
Regional officials met in Amman to review construction and investment opportunities in Iraq for the post 'Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant' period.