“NGOs in Jordan and the Response to the Syrian Refugee Crisis” (POLICY BRIEF)


Carlos Fierros, Kristian Jaloway, Alissa Jones, Mary Mason, Christine Shtepani, Mariah Shuler, Rainey Spiva, Jerica Ward with Drs. Silva Hamie and Leslie Ruyle




The Kingdom of Jordan currently hosts 642,868 Syrian refugees, including the first and one of the largest camps housing civilians who fled the Syrian Civil War. In March 2016, a team of graduate students from Texas A&M University’s Bush School of Government and Public Service set out to examine the role and performance of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in responding to this increasingly complex humanitarian crisis.

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