Enabling economic development and livelihoods in countries affected by the Syrian regional crisis

Summary report from private sector and civil society roundtable, 21 January 2016

In advance of the London Conference on Supporting Syria and the Region on 4 February 2016, CARE, the UK Department for International Development, Business Fights Poverty and the Ethical Trading Initiative held a roundtable to discuss key challenges and opportunities from the business and private sector perspective on the livelihoods agenda for refugees and host communities. This brief 2-page summary outlines the key points emerging from business and civil society participants at the roundtable.

  • Countries: Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Syrian Arab Republic, Turkey
  • Co-authors: DFID, Ethical Trading Initiative, Business Fights Poverty
  • Published: February 2016

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