|Syria humanitarian response (Issue 12)|
|09 October 2012|
The humanitarian situation in Syria has remained grave over the past week. Intense armed conflict persists in Aleppo, Deraa, and Rif Damascus. Based on earlier assessments, UNRWA estimates that 225,000 Palestine refugees in Syria are directly affected by the conflict. There are currently a total of 1,551 registered Palestine refugees who have fled Syria for Jordan.
|Jordan teacher puts principles into action
|05 October 2012|
UNRWA operates 172 schools in Jordan, providing nine years of basic education for more than 122,000 students and training more than 600 teachers each year. While UNRWA students test well above average in Jordan, there are no resources to create programming for special-needs students.
|Syria humanitarian response (Issue 11)|
|01 October 2012|
Based on earlier assessments, UNRWA estimates that 225,000 Palestine refugees are directly affected by the conflict. Currently, there are 6,251 internally-displaced persons (IDPs) sheltering in 22 UNRWA school buildings, representing a decrease of approximately 16 per cent since 20 September.
|Syria humanitarian response (Issue 10)|
|24 September 2012|
The humanitarian situation in Syria has worsened still further over the past week, with continued and intensified armed conflict in Aleppo; within the immediate vicinity of Ein el Tal and Neirab camps, and in Greater Damascus particularly in the southern district of Yarmouk.
|Lack of funds for UNRWA schools forces children into rented schools in Jordan|
|06 September 2012|
"I wish I could enjoy recess", says student Reem, a ninth-grader at an UNRWA school in Jordan. "But the school yard; it’s so small."
|UNRWA social worker a "life-saver", says Palestine refugee from Syria|
|27 August 2012|
"Ryad Mansi saved my life", says Mohammad Hussein, as he shakes the hand of the UNRWA social worker in Cyber City, where nearly 200 Palestine refugees from Syria are being housed in Northern Jordan.
|Syria humanitarian response|
|14 August 2012|
The humanitarian situation in Syria has continued to deteriorate over the past week. Armed conflict continues in Rif Damascus, Homs, and Dera’a, and has intensified in Aleppo, with a rise in the number of people leaving their homes or crossing international borders to seek safety.
|Young men in Amman refugee camp get a second chance|
|27 July 2012|
It was only a few months ago when 16-year-old Osama Al-Adarbah seemed to have few options. He was out of school and out of a job, and as a Palestine refugee living in Amman New Camp (known locally as Wehdat), prospects were already grim.
|UNRWA students in Jordan craft award-winning play|
|18 July 2012|
An UNRWA school in Amman ranked first in their area and third across Jordan in a competition organised by the British-based Society for the Protection of Animals Abroad (SPANA), which gave awards to the best exhibitions demonstrating the importance of protecting animals and the environment.
|Students create tools for future classes at UNRWA training centre|
|11 July 2012|
A group of UNRWA students at Amman's Wadi Seer Training Centre used the knowledge gained from their training this year to create vehicle models that will be used by the next class of students in the same field.