Middle East and North Africa

How job opportunities for Syrian refugees could drive economic growth in Jordan and Lebanon

Syrian refugees work to help produce concrete blocks in Bekaa Valley, Lebanon. Image: Reuters/Jamal Saidi

Misty Buswell
Director of Policy and Advocacy in the Middle East and North Africa, International Rescue Committee
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