How to move from theory to practice on Syria's refugee crisis

A recent study on the plight of Syrian refugees shows the potential of putting international development research results into practice to concretely help people on the ground. Its key finding? Health and education support need to be integrated, and government regulations modified.

About the author

  • Daphne Davies

    Daphne Davies is a London-based freelance journalist and consultant with more than 30 years' experience in international development. She has worked with the U.N., the European Union, national governments and global civil society organizations, including Amnesty, WWF and LDC Watch. Her expertise is in monitoring government policies in relation to international cooperation. Her interests are in sustainability, social and economic matters, women and least developed countries.