|Yarmouk Teens Attend 2010 FIFA World Cup|
|07 September 2010|
Three Yarmouk teenagers flew to South Africa in June for FIFA’s 2010 World Cup as part of Generation Amazing, an initiative launched by the Qatar 2022 Bid Committee in collaboration with UNRWA.
|Yarmouk Camp embraces African music|
|25 August 2010|
An audience of Palestinian refugees enjoyed the music of some of South Africa’s finest young musicians when the Buskaid Soweto String Ensemble performed in Yarmouk last month.
|UNRWA student in Syria a musical highflier|
|10 August 2010|
“I think that if you have a hobby, you should take care of it,” says 15-year-old Hakam Khaled, a polite and confident young man from Yarmouk refugee camp, Syria.
|UNRWA and Japan launch Mother and Child Health Care Handbook|
|30 June 2010|
Today UNRWA launched the Mother and Child Health (MCH) handbook at al-Jalil health centre in Yarmouk. The project, funded by the Japanese government at the cost of US$37,500, aims to improve the maternal and child health of Palestinian refugees in Syria.
|French Ambassador to Syria visits Yarmouk Camp|
|30 June 2010|
The Ambassador of France to Syria, HE Mr Eric Chevallier, visited Yarmouk Palestine refugee camp yesterday.
|Women spread breast cancer awareness in Syria|
|25 June 2010|
A group of Palestinian women gathered at the UNRWA community centre in Yarmouk on 5 June to help combat one of Syria’s deadliest diseases: breast cancer.
|UNRWA Unveils a New Danish-Funded School in Yarmouk|
|18 June 2010|
The Ambassador of Denmark to Syria, Ms Christina Markus Lassen, today inaugurated a new school building in Yarmouk Camp. The Malkiyeh/Tarshiha school was built and equipped through a generous donation of USD 1,030,000 from the Danish government.
|Students Run For Peace and Dialogue|
|29 May 2010|
Five hundred Palestinian refugee school children flooded the streets of Yarmouk Camp in Damascus on the morning of 18 April, running under the ‘VIVICITTA 2010’ banner of solidarity, integration, human rights, and environmental protection.
|UNRWA Opens US-Funded Community Centre in Yarmouk|
|20 May 2010|
A new community development centre was opened today in Yarmouk by Mr Charles F. Hunter, Chargé d’Affaires of the United States Embassy in Syria. The centre was built thanks to a generous donation of USD 1,397,400 from the US government.
|Yarmouk Youngsters Selected for Qatar 2022 South Africa Trip|
|17 May 2010|
The Qatar 2022 Bid Committee continued its ambitious “Generation Amazing” initiative by partnering with UNRWA to renovate football facilities and launch football development community programmes for youngsters in Yarmouk Palestine refugee camp in Damascus, Syria.