This report continues the previous efforts to use the most recent evidence on the economic situation in Syria to deepen our understanding of the economic dynamics since the emergence of the current crisis in March 2011
Donate now to help UNDP restore jobs and help people displaced by the conflict. UNDP will provide emergency employment schemes that focus on collecting and disposing of the garbage in the neighbourhoods of Villat, Dahiyeh, Tob AlJura, Althawra and AlKusour.
There is increased recognition amongst concerned governments and the international community that life-saving humanitarian responses, alone, are not sufficient, sustainable or cost-effective. A longer term development approach is necessary to build resilience, thereby reducing the need for humanitarian assistance over time.
Against this background, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) designs fast development interventions to respond to the crisis, trigger early recovery, support inclusive economic growth and build resilience.
At the request of the Government of Lebanon, the World Bank, in collaboration with the UN, the EU, and the IMF, has undertaken a rapid Economic and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) of the Syrian conflict on Lebanon for the 2012-2014 period.