|Gaza students graduate, but still face obstacles|
|07 September 2012|
UNRWA training centres in Gaza prepare students with skills that allow them to succeed in their future careers, along with career guidance and job placements. However, the reality of life in Gaza is that opportunities will continue to be denied unless underlying realities are addressed.
|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."
|First day at UNRWA schools in Gaza|
|05 September 2012|
Unlike children in many other parts of the world, UNRWA students in Gaza attend classes amidst difficult conditions that affect all aspects of their lives – both inside and outside of the classroom.
|From refugee camp to rocket science: Khaled from Nazareth|
|04 September 2012|
“UNRWA’s education system prepared me very well for university”, Khaled recalls; in particular crediting the Agency’s English classes. With 68 schools in Lebanon alone, UNRWA provides free primary education for over 32,000 young Palestine refugees in the country today.
|Back to school for young Palestine refugees|
|03 September 2012|
This week, half a million Palestine refugee children will prepare to enter the doors of UNRWA’s 700 schools for the start of the new school year. Here are some key facts about young Palestine refugees in our fields of operation.
|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.
|Manchester City School of Football brings young refugees and Lebanese youth together|
|26 July 2012|
Palestine refugees were among the 80 young people who completed a football training camp run by Manchester City in Lebanon this month. In partnership with UNRWA, two coaches brought training to boys and girls in a refugee camp.
|Young refugees, hidden potential: UNRWA holds lively discussion in NY about youth in humanitarian crises|
|25 July 2012|
A diverse set of voices including a rapper, a filmmaker, researchers and diplomats, came together last week at the UN in New York to discuss the multitude of challenges faced by young people caught up in humanitarian crises.
|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.
|Engaging Youth 2012|
|11 July 2012|
“Engaging Youth: Palestine Refugee Youth in a Changing Middle East” saw world leaders and opinion makers, civil society and Palestinian refugee youth come together to discuss their concerns in a frank, open manner.