Syrian refugees have been volunteering their time to help families residing in camps in Lebanon ensure their various needs are met.
The UN and partner organisations are providing support to families as they resettle in their original areas of residence.
86% of Syrian refugees long to return to their homeland, according to a recent UN survey.
The $2.4 billion Jordan Response Platform funds programmes that build resilience within Syrian refugee and Jordanian host communities.
The Gulf states have stepped in to deliver humanitarian assistance to Syrian refugees following a shortfall in international support.
The Lebanese government has appealed for funds to deliver humanitarian assistance to Syrian refugees and support host communities.
Arab states urged the international community to 'redouble collective efforts' to support host countries and help Syrian refugees return.
The kingdom did not receive the full amount of funding it asked for last year to help it bear the burden of hosting Syrian refugees.
A new study shows 88% of Syrian refugee families residing in Lebanon are living in debt and have resorted to 'negative coping strategies'.
The Azm al-Shabab project has been helping Syrian refugees and Lebanese nationals create objects of beauty and utility from waste materials.