|Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor Foundation and UNRWA continue to provide cash assistance to Palestine refugees in Syria|
|23 April 2013|
The United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) has distributed the first quarter of emergency cash assistance provided by the Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor Foundation (KAHF) to Palestine refugees in Syria. The US$ 100,000 contribution, made in October of last year, has enabled members of this vulnerable population to meet their immediate food needs in recent months.
|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.
|Syria crisis situation update (Issue 43)|
|20 April 2013|
Humanitarian needs continue to increase across Syria, with armed conflict occurring in and around Palestine refugee camps. Palestine refugees remain a particularly vulnerable group increasingly exposed to conflict-related death,
|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.
|Italian Minister for International Cooperation and Integration meets Palestine refugees displaced from Syria|
|15 April 2013|
The Italian Minister for International Cooperation and Integration, Andrea Riccardi, has visited Shatila refugee camp near Beirut to meet with Palestine refugees displaced from Syria and witness first-hand their difficult living conditions.
|Syria crisis situation update (Issue 42)|
|14 April 2013|
The humanitarian situation in Syria remains dire and continues to deteriorate, particularly in the areas of Damascus/Rif Damascus, Aleppo and Dera’a. Armed conflict has resulted in a rising death toll, displacement and compounded humanitarian needs. Palestine refugees remain a particularly vulnerable group as external flight options are limited and hostilities frequently spill over into refugee camps.
|Syria crisis situation update (Issue 41)|
|08 April 2013|
The situation in Syria remains dire and continues to deteriorate, particularly in the areas of Damascus/Rif Damascus Governorate, Aleppo, Dera’a and Homs. Armed conflict has resulted in a rising death toll
|UNRWA to compensate over 7,000 Gaza refugee families for shelter damages through US$ 15.6 million donation by Saudi Fund for Development|
|03 April 2013|
Over 7,000 refugee families in Gaza will receive financial support from UNRWA to repair and reconstruct homes damaged during the November conflict.
|A life filled with tragedy, Gaza woman learns she has diabetes and hypertension|
|02 April 2013|
During the three-week conflict in Gaza in 2009, Nimeh Hawwas, a Palestinian refugee from Gaza, lost her son Ashraf, her grandson Ahmad, and her home, which was demolished as a result of the shelling of a neighboring house.
|Palestine refugees struggle with trauma and lack of protection in conflict-torn Syria|
|02 April 2013|
In December 2012, thousands of Palestine refugees fled air strikes, clashes and shelling in Yarmouk camp, Damascus, seeking shelter in UNRWA buildings.