[Report Overview] Post Covid-19: Opportunities for Growth, Regional Value Chains and Mediterranean Integration
Promoting Data-Driven Processes in the Response and Recovery from the Pandemic through Regional Collaboration and Peer Learning
Apr 21, 2021 / Library
This policy brief investigates the vital role of data-driven decision-making in the response to the Covid-19 pandemic. It begins with setting the context by elaborating on existing practices and challenges towards a data-driven approach in decision making. The brief cites regional examples from the South Mediterranean, sub-Saharan Africa, and...
[Interview] International Vision on Vaccination
Apr 20, 2021 / Library
Interviewed by Paco Doblas for Aragón Radio, CMI Manager, Blanca Moreno-Dodson, weighs that the COVID-19 crisis is not one about vaccination rather about strengthen the health systems of the poorer countries and enabling them to manufacture their own medicines and vaccines in the future.
Guidance Document: Local Inclusion for Migrants and Refugees
Jan 15, 2021 / Library
After a first meeting at the margins of International Conference to Adopt the Global Compact for Migration in 2018, the Center for Mediterranean Integration (CMI), the Organization for Economic Cooperation and development (OECD), the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat), the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), the United...
Evaluating the Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Income Distribution and Poverty in Turkey
Nov 30, 2020 / Library
As the Covid-19 virus takes hold of countries all over the world, economies are falling into a deep recession. The recent World Economic Outlook by the World Bank forecasts that Turkey’s GDP is likely to contract by 5 % in 2020. Unlike this, the Minister of Finance and Treasury has recently announced a 0.3 % growth rate in 2020. Governments...
Palermo Book of Abstracts
The Middle East and North Africa Cannot Miss The Fourth Industrial Revolution
Mar 25, 2019 / Blog entry
The traditional route of industrialization for developing countries may no longer be available for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. This should not be a source of regret, as the aspirations of the region’s young and well-educated population extend far beyond auto assembly lines. Furthermore, the repetitive work of an assembly line...
Minutes of Meeting - Psychosocial response to vulnerable population’s needs in Lebanon: Managing the transition from a humanitarian to a development approach
Manuel de Lara (World Health Organization)- MHPSS in northern Syria
Hala Abou Farhat (Inter-Agency Coordination) - LCRP Forums for Dialogue
Sahar Alnouri (Mercy Corps) - Integrated Youth Approach
Programme résumé - Workshop overview
Claire Withney (IMC) - MHPSS Programs in Jordan & the Middle East
Registered participants - Psychosocial response to vulnerable population’s needs in Lebanon: Managing the transition from a humanitarian to a development approach
Fadi Daccache (International Medical Corps) - Challenges in Field Operations
Rabih El Chammay (Ministry of Public Health) - Mental Health System Reform
Speakers Bios - Psychosocial response to vulnerable population’s needs in Lebanon: Managing the transition from a humanitarian to a development approach
Agenda - Psychosocial response to vulnerable population’s needs in Lebanon: Managing the transition from a humanitarian to a development approach
Concept Note - Psychosocial response to vulnerable population’s needs in Lebanon: Managing the transition from a humanitarian to a development approach
[Workshop] Psychosocial Response to the Needs of Vulnerable Populations in Lebanon: Managing the Transition from a Humanitarian to a Development Approach
Jun 26, 2018 / Highlight
The scale and duration of the Syrian crisis’ effects in Lebanon lead the actors of international assistance to operate a transition from humanitarian to development interventions. The French Development Agency, in collaboration with the Center for Mediterranean Integration, and with the support of the National Mental Health Program, have...
Integration of Refugees into Host Community Health Systems
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.
Continue reading this article on The Brookings website...
The International Humanitarian relief
[Programme] Strengthening Human Resources for Health (HRH): Integration of Refugees into Host Community Health Systems
Strengthening Human Resources for Health: Integration of Refugees into Host Community Health Systems
Mar 06, 2017 / Highlight
Over the past six years, nearly 5 million people have fled the conflict in Syria and sought refuge in neighboring countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) such as Jordan, Lebanon and Egypt, and OECD countries such as Turkey, Germany, Sweden or Austria.
The consequences of this mass exodus have been particularly profound...
Psychosocial Support in Crisis and Conflict Settings
The Educational and Mental Health Needs of Syrian Refugee Children
L’eau en Afrique : à Quel Prix?