Amid Growing Need, Refugee Health Workers could Fill Key Gaps
Apr 10, 2017 / Blog entry
Over the past six years, at least half of Syria’s 30,000 physicians—perhaps more, no one knows for sure—have fled the country. Like other Syrian refugees, they have gone wherever they can: Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey, Europe, and, in much smaller numbers, Canada and the United States.
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Invest in Jordan - Supporting the Syrian Refugees Employment
Mobilizing Diaspora Resources as Agents of Social and Economic Change
My Story,Your Story“Why Education Matters?
The Syrian Business Diaspora: A World Bank Investigation on their Present Situation and Future Aspirations
International Humanitarian Relief
The International Humanitarian relief
Mobilizing the Middle East and North Africa Diaspora for Economic Integration and Entrepreneurship
Mediterranean Refugees and Migrants Newsletter - Issue 7
Improving the Employment Conditions and Integration of Foreigners in Turkey
Mar 22, 2017 / Library
Coordinating with an existing Migrant Council and Coordination Commission, the project promotes structured and regular dialogue between migrants, refugees, state institutions and the host community.
Mainstreaming Migration in Local Policymaking: Training of Territorial Authorities of Northern Morocco
Mar 22, 2017 / Library
Local players from the municipalities of Oujda, Nador and Tangiers (Morocco) have been trained on the topics of integration and reintegration by GIZ in March 2017.
SAHWA National Case Studies
Mar 07, 2017 / Library
In line with SAHWA’s methodology -based on a mixed method- these National Case Studies (NCS) summarise the main findings coming from the Ethnographic Fieldwork and SAHWA Youth Survey with a focus on the national level (Algeria, Egypt, Lebanon, Morocco, Tunisia). Basically, every National Case Studies are structured following the clusters...
[Summary] Host Municipalities Network Webinar PPPs and New Technologies in Solid Waste Management
Malta Summit: Stabilizing the Central Mediterranean Route
Feb 15, 2017 / Highlight
European Union (EU) leaders gathered at the Malta Summit in Valletta on February 3, 2017 and agreed on a set of concrete actions to better manage migration flows and save lives on the Central Mediterranean route. They also discussed the future of Europe and how to respond to the new challenges and opportunities ahead.
Mixed Migration Hub Trend Bulletin May 2016
The IOM Regional Response to the Refugee Crisis
The ILO Response to the Syrian Refugee Crisis
The Refugee Surge in Europe: Economic Challenges
The Economic Impact of Forced Migration
Displacement Trends of Syrian Asylum Seekers to the EU
Lebanon Host Communities Support Project
Social Cohesion between Syrian Refugees and Urban Host Communities in Lebanon and Jordan
Detained Youth: The Fate of Young Migrants, Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Libya Today
Municipal Guide: Successful Municipal Strategies to Respond to the Syria Refugee Crisis
Policy Brief: Engaging Municipalities in the Response to the Syrian Refugee Crisis in Lebanon
Psychosocial Support in Crisis and Conflict Settings
Addressing Statelessness in the MENA
ILO Local Economic Development Strategy for Mafraq Governorate 2016-2018