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Crowd-Funding Facts: Jordan

Due to the sudden population increase caused by an influx of refugees, many comunities in Jordan have begun experiencing competition for limited resources, such as social services and healthcare. In Ibrid and Mafraq Governorates in northern Jordan, residents have begun to perceive the new arrivals more

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Crowd-Funding Facts: Lebanon

With a population of around 35,000 and now hosting more than 15,000 Syrian refugees, the district of Akkar has been severely affected by the conflict in Syria. The area is already facing the highest rate of poverty in Lebanon (more than 63 percent of the population) and suffers from a poor state of more

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Crowd-Funding Facts: Syria

Deir Ezor is the sixth largest city in Syria and the largest in the eastern part of the country, hosting a large  number of people dispalced by the conflict. Deir Ezzor has been severely affected by the crisis and is in desperate need of emergency assistance. The large influx of displaced more

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Factsheet: Human Rights, HIV, TB And Malaria

The fact sheet is about human rights and the three diseases – HIV, Tuberculosis and Malaria. It highlights the importance of promoting human rights in response to the three diseases. The fact sheet was developed by UNDP and the Open Society Foundations in collaboration with the Roll Back Malaria more

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Fast Facts - Supporting Democratic Transition In Tunisia

Since the departure of former President Ben Ali in January 2011, Tunisia has been witnessing a dramatic transition to democracy involving a complete overhaul of its political system. UNDP has refocused its work in Tunisia to support key institutions, processes and stakeholders that can have a more