|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 Formula One team from Gaza race up the medal table at Silverstone|
|25 July 2011|
A group of young women and men from Gaza have taken third prize in an international competition at the home of world motor racing, Silverstone, in the UK. The 11-strong team from UNRWA’s Khan Younis Training Centre won third prize for what was described as their “brilliant business plan”.
|Against the odds: Khan Younis Formula Student team off to Silverstone|
|14 July 2011|
To the average team competing in this year’s Formula Student automotive engineering competition, the very thought of trying to build their car using parts from scrapheaps and other people’s cast offs would strike fear into them.
|From Gaza to Formula One: Khan Younis students go for gold with recycled car|
|15 June 2011|
A group of students from UNRWA’s Khan Younis Training Centre (KYTC) in Gaza has created a Formula 1-style car out of mostly recycled parts. The students decided to embark on the project as part of this year’s prestigious Formula Student competition.
|Syria career counsellor helps young refugees find their feet|
|03 May 2011|
Fida Awad starts every day at her Homs office with a stack of resumes on her desk, all from applicants from the nearby refugee camps hoping to enlist her help in finding employment.
|New Technologies: How These Impact Humanitarian and Development Operations|
|28 March 2011|
Opening statement by UNRWA Commissioner-General, Filippo Grandi at DIHAD Conference in Dubai.
|First Lady supports UNRWA’s youth development success|
|13 March 2011|
Today, the First Lady of Syria joined UNRWA, the UN agency for Palestine refugees, to celebrate the success of a youth development, vocational education and employment project supporting young people in their transition from school to work.
|Al Aqsa Fund joins UNRWA in Jerusalem education projects|
|24 January 2011|
The Al Aqsa Fund, through its administrators the Islamic Development Bank (IDB), and UNRWA have signed an agreement worth US$ 4.9 million for two important education projects in the Jerusalem area.
|ILO, GIZ and UNRWA education programme launch women’s photography course|
|11 January 2011|
UNRWA’s education programme in the West Bank launched a new photography course for female refugee students as well as vulnerable females and survivors of gender-based violence who come from socio-economically disadvantaged families.
|Palestinian students equipped to gain employment in the reconstruction and recovery of Nahr el-Bared|
|30 September 2010|
On 30 September, 171 Palestinian students graduated from UNRWA's North Training Centre (NTC), in the presence of the Deputy Head of Mission of the German Embassy in Beirut, Michael Bierhoff, and the Director of UNRWA affairs in Lebanon, Salvatore Lombardo.