Humanitarian Crises, Emergency Preparadness and Response: the role of Business and the Private Sector, Jordan Case Study
How Can Municipalities Be Supported in Their Response to the Refugee Crisis?
May 19, 2016 / Highlight
[Summary Report] UCLG MEWA Congress and Peer-learning Visit of Mashreq Mayors to Gaziantep Municipality
Between the 19th to the 21st of April, 2016 the United Cities and Local Governments, Middle East and West Asia Section (UCLG-MEWA) organized its annual congress in Gaziantep, Turkey, with the focus on the refugee crisis. The event addressed how...
[Regional Workshop] Municipalities at the Forefront of the Refugee Crisis
May 02, 2016 / Highlight
Event organized by the Center for Mediterranean Integration (CMI), the World Bank Group, and support by other partners (IRC, GIZ, UCLG-MEWA).
Municipalities in the Mediterranean are at the forefront in providing assistance to migrants and refugees. While 60% of worldwide refugees live in cities, this figure amounts to...
[Regional Workshop] Municipalities at the Forefront of the Refugee Crisis - Agenda
[Workshop Video] Launch of WB/UNHCR Report: “The Welfare of Syrian Refugees: Evidence from Jordan and Lebanon”
Apr 29, 2016 / Highlight
Senior governmental representatives, World Bank specialists and United Nations officials as well as members from the civil society gathered in Paris for a cross-regional exchange between Middle Eastern and European countries hosting refugees, on the analytical findings, and policy implications, of the World Bank/UNHCR study “The Welfare of Syrian...
A Future in the Balance
Apr 27, 2016 / Library
This study conducted in Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey and the Kurdish Region of Iraq (KRI) aimed to better understand the needs, aspirations and challenges faced by displaced and local community youth aged between 15 and 24. The findings of this research confirmed that across the Middle East a whole generation of young people from Syria and refugee-...
International Community Endorses New Financing Initiative to Support Refugees, Host Communities, Recovery and Reconstruction in the Middle East and North Africa
Apr 27, 2016 / Highlight
Eight nations and the European Commission pledged a package of more than US$1 billion -- US$141 million in grants, US$1 billion in soft loans, US$500 million in guarantees – to a World Bank-led financing initiative in support of Syrian refugees and host communities in Jordan and Lebanon, as well as recovery and reconstruction across the...
The Welfare of Syrian Refugees: Evidence from Jordan and Lebanon
The Syrian Humanitarian Disaster: Disparities in Perceptions, Aspirations and Behavior in Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey
UNHCR Syrian Refugee Portal Infographic: Jordan
Educating Syrian Youth in Jordan: Holistic Approaches to Emergency Response
The Impact of the Syrian Refugee Crisis on the Jordanian Labor Market
Jordan Response Platform for the Syria Crisis 2016-2018
Refugee Economies: Rethinking Popular Assumptions
Migration Initiatives 2015 - Middle East and North Africa
Compendium on Good and Innovative Practices in the Regional Response to the Syria Crisis
Targeting Vulnerabilities-The Impacts of the Syrian War and the Refugee Situation on Trafficking in Persons: A Study of Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey and Iraq
Heat, Light and Power for Refugees
3RP Regional Guidance Kit for Planning 2016
Right to a Future-Joint Agency Briefing Paper
World Bank Visual: Why MENA needs a New Social Contract
Ensuring Quality Education for Young Syrian Refugees-A Mapping Exercise
Overview: 2016 Syria Humanitarian Response Plan & 2016-2017 Regional Refugee Resilience Plan
3RP Refugee and Resilience Plan 2016-2017 Regional Strategic Overview
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