|UNRWA schools in Lebanon help displaced Palestine refugee children regain a sense of normalcy|
|01 June 2013|
Maya Mousa, a 13-year old girl is one of the thousands of Palestine refugee children who were displaced along with their families as a result of the ongoing conflict in Syria. In July 2012, Maya escaped from al-Hajar al-Aswad town in Syria,
|In Lebanon, Palestine refugee children from Syria in UNRWA schools receive school bags, clothing from UNICEF|
|22 May 2013|
Around 3,400 Palestine refugee children from Syria now continuing their education in UNRWA schools in Lebanon received school uniforms, school bags and clothing vouchers from UNICEF.
|Serious upsurge of post-conflict trauma in Gaza, says UN|
|22 January 2013|
The incidence of psychological trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in Gaza has risen by more than 100 per cent following the recent conflict there, according to new figures from UNRWA.
|Gaza in 2020: A liveable place?|
|28 August 2012|
Without remedial action now, Gaza's problems in water and electricity, education and health will only get worse over the coming years, United Nations officials in the occupied Palestinian territory warned today.
|UNRWA and UNICEF distribute back-to-school kits in Lebanon for second year|
|21 September 2011|
For the second consecutive year, UNRWA and UNICEF distributed today back-to-school kits to Palestine refugee school children in UNRWA schools in Lebanon.
|Preparedness programme helps young people to build a better future in Jordan|
|16 August 2011|
“I want to be a professional photographer and I will get there,” said Fadi Salameh, when asked about his dream for the future.
|UNRWA and UNICEF inaugurate water infrastructure construction in Lebanon camps|
|20 July 2011|
UNRWA and UNICEF today inaugurated a newly constructed stand-by water well in Mieh Mieh camp, in the presence of high-ranking UNRWA and UNICEF officials, as well as Palestinian community representatives.
|Teenage businesswoman turns a profit in Jerash|
|06 April 2011|
“I was a very shy person,” says Hiba, “but after attending the training sessions on preparedness for employability, which I used to attend after school hours in the UNRWA-affiliated women’s programme centre, I now know what I want, how I want it, and most importantly I am not shy anymore.”
|Summer camp supports Bedouin communities facing demolition threat|
|04 November 2010|
“It’s not easy living here. You never know what will happen tomorrow,” says N. Abu Dahuk, a community play worker at the Jahalin School in the Bedouin community of Khan al Ahmar, in the West Bank. The school is under imminent threat of demolition.
|UN agencies to provide school kits to 30,000 child refugees|
|22 September 2010|
Some 30,000 Palestinian children across Lebanon will receive back-to-school kits this week as part of a United Nations’ push to reduce the financial burden for families struggling to equip their children for the new school term, it was announced on Monday.