As the Syrian conflict approaches its sixth anniversary, international NGOs have been searching for ways to support Lebanon's refugees without excluding the local population. Money that would traditionally take the form of food parcels or hand-outs is instead being funneled into the country itself, fueling its economy and supporting public institutions.
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