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Implementing Effective, Equitable and Participatory Long-Term Post Conflict Development Aid in Syria

Abstract: 
This paper provides recommendations on the long-term dispersal and management of aid in Syria and outlines a framework to ensure aid remains effective, equitable, and realistic, without fostering aid dependency. The paper draws on international evidence to inform its recommendations, including the cases of Lebanon and Iraq, countries whose demographic composition, social structures, and typology of conflict share many similarities with Syria. In addition, key stakeholders from international organizations, the donor community and those currently and previously involved in capacity building, reconstruction planning and governmental relations in Syria were interviewed.
Author: 
Sami Halabi
Institution: 
Menapolis
Year: 
2013
Input By: 
Ahmed Almulla
Region(s): 
Industry Focus: 
Service Sector
Legal & Financial
Other Services
Country: 
Syria
Datatype(s): 
Case Studies
Events
Theory/Definition