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Couv RT 67 VA

The Compact reached between Jordan and its main donor countries in February 2016 by virtue of which Jordan committed itself to regularize the professional status of Syrian
refugees in exchange for financial and economic compensations, confirmed the necessity of transitioning between humanitarian assistance and development programmes in protracted refugee situations.
Six years on, the ‘Jordan Compact’ has not delivered its promises. Despite numerous incentives in the form of regularization campaigns of the refugees’ legal status and livelihoods programmes, only 60,000 Syrian refugees out of 200,000 expected by the Compact have a work permit.


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Jalal Al Husseini
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