Frontier partners with World Vision to evaluate the cost of conflict for children of five years of the Syrian Crisis

The Syrian conflict is now entering its sixth year. During that time at least 250,000 people have been killed, with some independent Syrian organisations citing upwards of 450,000, among them up to 19,000 children. Approximately 11 million people have been forced from their homes.

World Vision partnered with Frontier Economics to evaluate the economic losses to Syria, Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey, to provide insight into what life might have looked like for these children if there had been no conflict and into what future impacts are likely to be if the conflict continues.

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