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Jordan and Lebanon collectively make up less than one percent of the world’s economy, but host around 20 percent of the world’s refugees.

Donors have recognised the scale of the challenges that this presents and acknowledged that humanitarian assistance must be supplemented with multi-year development support.

This briefing note presents a preview of key findings from Oxfam-commissioned research in Lebanon and Jordan and concludes that for assistance to succeed in its aim of helping both refugees and poor host communities there is a need for increased democratic ownership, transparency and accountability in donor and government aid policies.

Report by Oxfam

Edited by: Creamer Media Reporter
 
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