Nine years into Syria crisis, Jordan still serves as a leading model in responding to the crisis through its unwavering support and generosity by hosting 1.36 million Syrian refugees and meeting their humanitarian and resilience needs. The United Nations described Syria crisis as the biggest humanitarian horror of twenty first century; which is testing the international community capacity and accountability towards affected population by working to alleviate the suffering and foster the resilience of Syrian refugees and host communities. This requires from all of us an evolving in thinking and adopting approaches that correspond to the context on ground, while not forgetting that resilience interventions are of no less importance than humanitarian ones.

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