How data is helping NGOs deploy aid in Lebanon's struggling refugee camps

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Reine Hanna, Information Management Project Manager, Medair, explains her organisations new data-enabled approach to humanitarian crises

As the refugee crisis in Lebanon enters its 10th year, the challenge facing humanitarian organisations operating in the area continues to grow. Fundraising efforts in the region have struggled to a...

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