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Cash is king, and it needs to be spent wisely, especially in Lebanon. Financial resources contributed towards the refugee crisis do not address the infrastructural issues which plagued Lebanon before the Syrian civil war began. Beirut’s lack of mass transportation and the abeyance of the development of a national rail system contribute to continuous, national congestion in Lebanon. A sustainable solution for not only the Lebanese, but also for the Syrian refugees residing there will have to address these concerns.
Lebanon needs more than financial help. It needs macro-leadership to oversee the transformation of the country’s infrastructure to ensure the fair and expedient delivery of support to all individuals residing in Lebanon. The country needs a politically independent agent of change. Lebanon needs the Lebanese.