We are working in 12 Arab countries with 9 national networks (with an extended membership of 250 CSOs from different backgrounds) and 23 NGO members.
Under the name "The Syrian Migration Crisis: Shaping a Developmental Post Conflict Model’" the session will take part at the Civil Society Policy Forum, as part of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund Spring meeting.
The session will discuss the socio-economic impact of the Syrian Crisis and emerging cross borders violence economy and the humanitarian aid processes inside Syria, and their influence on outgoing flow of migration as well as on the perspectives for the return of displaced and refugees. In addition, it will showcase the implemented humanitarian aid model in Lebanon and Jordan and the alterations proposed by the recent World Bank report. Finally, the speakers will present policy recommendations for humanitarian aid, reconstruction and development for Syria, Lebanon and Jordan.