|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 39)|
|24 March 2013|
On 20 March, UNRWA Deputy Commissioner-General Margot Ellis visited Shatila camp in Beirut where she had the opportunity to meet with Palestine refugees who had fled Syria for Lebanon. During her visit to a family of 26 persons renting a small apartment in Shatila camp
|UNRWA deplores killing of five Palestine children refugees|
|22 March 2013|
It is with great distress that the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) has learned of the violent deaths of five Palestine refugee children, one in Dera'a on 15 March and four others in the Damascus area on 19 March. Four of the children reportedly died as a result of the use of heavy weapons.
|Syria crisis situation update (Issue 36)|
|01 March 2013|
The deteriorating situation in Syria is forcing many Palestine refugees and Syrians into destitution. Significant numbers of people, many of whom were previously self-reliant, can no longer meet their basic needs.
|UNRWA Syria crisis situation update (Issue 34)|
|15 February 2013|
Armed conflict in Syria continued to escalate this week, resulting in more loss of lives and significant displacement. As the situation continues to deteriorate in Syria, more civilians are unable to meet their basic needs.
|Refugee from Syria fights rare disease in Jordan's Cyber City|
|04 February 2013|
A Palestinian teenager from Syria is battling a rare disease while languishing with his family in an industrial area housing refugees in Jordan. Faris, 17, is one of thousands who have fled Syria for Cyber City.
|UNRWA calls on all sides in Syria not to take up positions in refugee camps and to respect civilian areas|
|16 January 2013|
UNRWA has called on all sides in the conflict in Syria to refrain from taking up positions in or conducting the conflict in civilian areas, and reiterated its appeal to all sides to minimise human suffering.
|UN says aid to thousands cut off by Syria unrest |
|11 May 2011|
Unrest in Syria has forced the suspension of relief services to 50,000 Palestinian refugees in parts of the country, a spokesman for the UN Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) said on Wednesday.
|Statement by UNRWA Spokesperson Christopher Gunness|
|09 May 2011|
Events in Syria have caused UNRWA to suspend or limit services in a number of areas across the country.
|UNRWA’s Advisory Commission Representatives visit Khan Eshieh, Yarmouk, Husseinieh and Dera’a|
|02 December 2010|
Delegates representing UNRWA’s Advisory Commission member states today began a two-day visit to UNRWA in Syria. Highlights of the trip will include a tour of UNRWA’s Damascus Training Centre.