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    Agriculture, Economy, Environment
  • Posted:
    November 12, 2022
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This paper studies the dynamic of Syrian refugees in the agriculture sector in Lebanon and examines the extent to which the sector can take in refugees. The study mainly focuses on the informal ways and methods Syrian refugees practice to be able to access employment in the agriculture sector. It also focuses on the labor dynamics and fundamental challenges that control Syrian refugees’ jobs. The results show that the agriculture sector is able to take in refugees since it’s easy to access this sector due to its informality, its dependence on cheap labor, its reliance on investments from international organizations, and its ‘legality’.