|Two new schools in Gaza thanks to German donation|
|22 March 2012|
The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) signed an agreement today with the Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (KfW), German federal agency financing economic and social progress
|A goal for Palestine: Jenin refugee kids play football|
|14 December 2011|
“I often felt that football was limited to boys,” said Ayda Nidal. “But UNRWA has given us the opportunity to practise football.” The 14-year-old girl and other children living in the Jenin refugee camp are now able to play in a football field restored by UNRWA through a project funded by the German government.
|Germany makes unprecedented contribution to UNRWA’s Gaza Emergency Appeal|
|13 September 2011|
For the first time Germany has contributed to the school feeding programme of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA). The contribution of US$ 2.8 million was announced at a ceremony today in Gaza.
|KfW Entwicklungsbank and UNRWA sign EUR 7.5 million agreement for Palestine refugees in camps|
|20 May 2011|
KfW Entwicklungsbank (the German Development Bank) today signed an agreement for the first phase of financial assistance to the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA).
|Lebanon: looking from the outside in|
|10 February 2011|
Take a look into the lives of ordinary people in Lebanon’s crowded refugee camps and read photographer Isabel de la Cruz’s reflections on her journey through the camps.
|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.
|Students in north Lebanon celebrate graduation|
|18 February 2010|
Today 36 Palestine refugee students celebrated their graduation from UNRWA's North Vocational Training Centre in Lebanon. Around 80 per cent have already found employment, helping their community recover from the 2007 Nahr el-Bared camp conflict.
|German Ambassador Opens UNRWA School in Wihdat Camp|
|27 April 2009|
His Excellency Mr Joachim Heidorn, the Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany, today inaugurated a girls’ school building in Wihdat Camp, constructed and equipped through a contribution of US$1.3m from the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany.