Refugee Livelihoods in Urban Areas: Identifying Program Opportunities / Case Study Tel Aviv, Israel
Feinstein International Center, 2012.
Refugee Livelihoods in Urban Areas: Iden- tifying Program Opportunities. Case study Israel.
Feinstein International Center,Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, Tufts University, Boston, USA.
Field research for this report was made possible by two excellent research as-sistants, Moussa Abdul and Zebib Sultan. Andrea Kruchik Krell provided project
management for the ﬁeld team and wrote the report with the support of Sara
Robinson, who provided invaluable background for the policy section. RebeccaFurst-Nichols provided project management, advice and support. Karen Jacob-sen, Principal Investigator, guided the full research process. The staff at FeinsteinInternational Center managed the budget, travel and administrative procedures.We particularly recognize and thank our refugee interviewees in Tel Aviv, whowere willing to share their experiences, and who are a life example for all of us.The research was paid for by American taxpayers, and we are grateful to the USDepartment of State’s Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration (BPRM) for
funding this project. In particular we beneﬁted from the involvement and interestof Sarah Cross, our Program Ofﬁcer. Financial support for this research was also
provided by the Swedish government (SIDA).The ideas, opinions, and comments below are those of the authors and do not
necessarily represent or reect those of BPRM or SIDA.