Insan NPO: Working as a Nonprofit With Syrian Migrants in Egypt


Insan, a nonprofit organization working to help Syrian migrants and refugees settle in Egypt, has implemented programs to provide financial, educational, and overall human care services, from informal schooling for Syrian dropouts to an educational center that offers certified vocational training. However, with governmental restrictions on fundraising, bureaucratic policies, and fluctuating support for the Syrian cause, operating Insan has political, economic, and social challenges. To maintain and enhance its effectiveness, Insan must consider how it can diversify fundraising, create niche markets, and carefully manage government and donor relations.

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