|Syria crisis situation update (Issue 37)|
|07 March 2013|
The humanitarian situation in Syria is dire and continues to deteriorate rapidly forcing many Palestine refugees and Syrians into displacement and destitution. Armed clashes continue throughout Syria, particularly in Rif Damascus Governorate, Aleppo and Dera’a. With external flight options restricted, Palestine refugees in Syria remain a particularly vulnerable group.
|Syria crisis situation update (Issue 36)|
|01 March 2013|
The deteriorating situation in Syria is forcing many Palestine refugees and Syrians into destitution. Significant numbers of people, many of whom were previously self-reliant, can no longer meet their basic needs.
|UNRWA Syria crisis situation update (Issue 35)|
|22 February 2013|
Speaking at a meeting of the Syria Humanitarian Forum held on 19 February in Geneva, Switzerland, UNRWA Commissioner-General Filippo Grandi emphasized the vulnerability of the 500,000-strong Palestinian community in Syria, and called on all donors to honor the pledges they made at last month’s fundraising conference in Kuwait.
|Supporting Palestinian resilience in Syria: UNRWA's crisis response|
|19 February 2013|
In the past two months, Palestine refugees in Syria have increasingly found themselves in danger and pushed from their homes as conflict spreads. Palestinians’ relative safety in Syria has been shattered.
|UNRWA Syria crisis situation update (Issue 34)|
|15 February 2013|
Armed conflict in Syria continued to escalate this week, resulting in more loss of lives and significant displacement. As the situation continues to deteriorate in Syria, more civilians are unable to meet their basic needs.
|UNRWA Syria crisis situation update (Issue 33)|
|10 February 2013|
The situation in Syria has further deteriorated this week, as unabated violence has lead to a rising death toll, significant displacement and immense suffering for Syrians and Palestine refugees.
|UNRWA Syria crisis situation update (Issue 32)|
|01 February 2013|
The escalation of violence in Syria continues to result in a rapidly rising death toll and significant displacement of Syrians and Palestine refugees.
|UNRWA Syria crisis situation update (Issue 31)|
|25 January 2013|
As the violence in Syria continues to cause massive displacement and a sharp increase in deaths and injuries, the living standards of conflict-affected Syrians and Palestine refugees alike have resulted in urgent humanitarian needs, particularly for food, non-food/winter items, and medical services.
|UNRWA Syria crisis situation update (Issue 30)|
|11 January 2013|
Occasional clashes continue within Yarmouk and the surrounding areas, but residents are now able to enter and exit the camp. All UNRWA facilities remain closed. There are reports of at least eight Palestine refugees killed yesterday.
|UNRWA Syria crisis situation update (Issue 29)|
|02 January 2013|
Damascus and the surrounding area: Airstrikes, shelling and intensive clashes occurred throughout the night and continued throughout the day in the area surrounding Yarmouk camp with shells impacting in UNRWA schools causing damage and casualties. 12 are reported dead and several others injured.