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A previous Monte Carlo simulation for hopping injection into a random organic dielectric has been extended to include the effect of tunneling through a thin inorganic insulator. The effect of the interface has been explained upon the fact that the attenuation length of an electron is much larger in a strongly bonded inorganic solid as compared to a van-der-Waals bonded organic. Depending upon the system parameters, significant improvement of injection is predicted. © 1999 American Institute of Physics.