Several NGOs and local government are helping residents in two Tripoli neighborhoods to overcome years of animosity and hostilities between them, and progress has been made, but more governmental assistance is needed to pull them out of crisis.
The Jordan River Foundation (JRF) in association with the UNHCR have launched the Daleelkom project in Jordan, which offers financial grants to Syrian refugees. The aim of the grants is for the refugees to launch their own micro-enterprises.
The International Organisation for Migration (IOM) has helped to drive the economy in Mosul by reconstructing a large textiles factory. The reconstruction of the factory has resulted in the return of over 30% of the previous workers.