[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...
Working Amid Fragility: Delivering Results in Essential Services in Palestine
Feb 27, 2017 / Blog entry
Dès 320 av. J.-C., les Grecs édictaient des lois interdisant de jeter les ordures ou de les laisser s’accumuler sur la chaussée. Ils s’étaient rendu compte que l’abandon d’ordures ménagères et l’incinération inappropriée des déchets solides aggravaient la pollution et mettaient en danger la santé publique. De nos jours, ces deux pratiques néfastes...
Municipalities in Jordan and Turkey look to Palestinian Example of Waste Disposal
Feb 27, 2017 / Blog entry
Since the Syrian crisis began almost six years ago, Jordanian and Turkish mayors have faced the challenge of how to manage the impact of Syrian refugees on their municipalities? In host municipalities, population increase has had a huge impact on infrastructure and the delivery of public services.
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Municipalities Learn from the Palestinian Experience in Waste Management
Feb 27, 2017 / Library
The current refugee crisis in the Middle East is increasing pressure on the environment. Mayors from Jordan and Turkey visited Palestine to learn about the waste management of Al-Minya landfill in Bethlehem.
أدت أزمة اللاجئين الحالية في منطقة الشرق الأوسط إلى زيادة الضغط على البيئة. وفي هذا السياق، قام وفد من رؤساء البلديات من الاردن وتركيا...
[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.
Conclusions “Acting Together in Migration Management – Enhancing Coordination among Central and Local Level”
European Practice in Waste Management at Greek Islands / Best Practice for Municipalities Hosting Refugees
Statement on Local Governments facing the Challenges and Impacts of Refugee Crisis in South East Europe
Energy Generation from Waste
The ILO Response to the Syrian Refugee Crisis
Mixed Migration Hub Trend Bulletin May 2016
The IOM Regional Response to the Refugee Crisis
Displacement Trends of Syrian Asylum Seekers to the EU
The Refugee Surge in Europe: Economic Challenges
The Economic Impact of Forced Migration
Social Cohesion between Syrian Refugees and Urban Host Communities in Lebanon and Jordan
Climate Change and Migration: Evidence from the Middle East and North Africa
Lebanon Host Communities Support Project
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
Lives Reimagined- A Collection of Success Stories from the Implementation of the Jordan Response Plan 2015
Digital Stories Workshop's Exhibition with Syrian Youth
Shared Resilience for Syrian Refugees and Host Communities in Jordan
Addressing Statelessness in the MENA
The Impact of the Lebanese State's Policies on Syrian Refugees' Daily Lives
ILO Local Economic Development Strategy for Mafraq Governorate 2016-2018
Improving the Nutrition of Syrian Refugees and Host Communities through Garden Walls