|UNRWA changes children’s lives with recycled materials|
|25 April 2013|
"Who would have thought that recycling can make such a difference? I can’t thank UNRWA enough for changing my little boy's life”, said the mother of 7-year-old Hadi El Khatib, a resident of Ein El Hilweh refugee camp,
|UNRWA graduation ceremony highlights partnership|
|24 April 2013|
Last week, UNRWA celebrated the graduation of 438 local municipality and village council members from a multi-faceted training program that provided them with the knowledge to build capacity and maximize their ability to make use of UNRWA’s Job Creation Programme (JCP) services and resources.
|WHO Director-General visits Shu’fat refugee camp|
|24 April 2013|
The Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO) Dr. Margret Chan visited the Shu’fat refugee camp in East Jerusalem on Tuesday,
|Amid the trauma, UNRWA in Lebanon provides hope to refugees from Syria|
|23 April 2013|
“There is no future. There is no hope. There is a lot of sadness here,” says Hoda Abdel Fateh, a Palestine refugee who escaped the violence in Yarmouk Camp in the Syrian capital, Damascus in December.
|West Bank women take charge, improving livelihoods and decreasing unemployment rates|
|22 April 2013|
In the West Bank, Palestine refugee women are taking advantage of UNRWA’s Job Creation Programme (JCP) to develop their professional and personal lives.
|Refugee barber pursues dream despite odds|
|19 April 2013|
Mohammad is one of thousands of Palestine refugees who fled al-Taddamun neighbourhood around Yarmouk in Syria when the fighting escalated there last December. He took refuge in UNRWA's Tireh Girls’ School in Dummar, which the Agency has converted into a shelter for internally displaced people.
|Notes from the field: Palestine refugees from Syria struggle with life in Lebanon|
|17 April 2013|
“You feel like the buildings around you just fall down,” says seven-year-old Khaled, describing the shelling he witnessed before fleeing Yarmouk refugee camp in Damascus.
|UNRWA students score better than the national average in maths and science, says international study|
|16 April 2013|
UNRWA’s schools in the West Bank score above local maths and science averages, a new study has found.
|Zaal and Khadra perform at launching event for UNRWA’s diabetes and high blood pressure campaign|
|12 April 2013|
8 April 2013
It was an evening of drama, entertainment and healthy food at the Hussein Culture Centre in Amman, as the United Nations Relief and Works Agency and others commemorated World Health Day with the launching of the Agency’s diabetes and high blood pressure campaign,
|UNRWA marks World Health Day with drawing competition in Syria |
|06 April 2013|
Despite the difficult and unstable situation in Syria, UNRWA is marking World Health Day with a drawing competition for its school students in the war-torn country. Children aged 6 to 15 got busy with drawings on the theme of diabetes and high blood pressure.
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