The report calls on international donors and refugee-hosting governments to work together on five different areas:
- Ensuring the ‘resilience agenda’ benefits the most vulnerable.
- Enabling refugees from Syria to reside in neighbouring countries legally without discrimination.
- Allowing refugees from Syria to access basic services, including adequate and affordable education, medical care and housing, without compromising the quality of public services for host communities.
- Supporting refugees to be more self-reliant through greater livelihoods opportunities, without negatively affecting the economies of host communities.
- Ensuring countries neighbouring Syria receive adequate support to change policies and practices to allow refugees and the communities hosting them to cope better.