|Getting down to business in Khan Dunoun refugee camp|
|14 March 2012|
On a quiet street in Khan Dunoun, a Palestine refugee camp near Damascus, a colourful banner stands out: “Lotus for Women’s Hairdressing and Beauty”.
|Women’s empowerment project builds stronger families and communities|
|17 October 2011|
“The training I received in photography will help me make a much better life for my family, and give my children a chance for a better future,” explained Amani Ali. “I love what the centre has done for me and for other women.”
|UNRWA launches education reform strategy, celebrates World Teachers’ Day|
|05 October 2011|
To the rhythm of Palestinian songs, the UNRWA education programme in Syria launched the education reform strategy at al-Mansoura school in Yarmouk today.
|Dairy shop builds women’s confidence in Syria|
|27 September 2011|
In a poor, rural environment such as Husseinieh in Syria, a woman’s income can well make the difference for families. In this gathering for Palestine refugees, remote from job-rich business centres, work opportunities are few and many refugees only just manage to eke out a living.
|Palestinian refugee children rejoice at summer camp in Aleppo|
|22 August 2011|
Thrilled and excited, some 680 UNRWA students gathered with their parents and teachers at Jaffa school in Neirab camp, Aleppo, to celebrate the conclusion of their summer camp on 28 July. Under the theme ‘Let’s play,have fun
|UNRWA gravely concerned about heavy gun fire into the refugee camp in the Syrian port city of Latakia|
|15 August 2011|
The United Nations Relief and Works Agency, UNRWA, is gravely concerned about reports of heavy gunfire from Syrian security forces into the Palestinian refugee camp situated in the El Ramel district and surrounding areas of Latakia, including heavy fire from gunboats.
|UNRWA statement on Syria|
|09 June 2011|
The Commissioner-General of UNRWA, Filippo Grandi, is deeply distressed that Palestine refugees in Syria have lost their lives and been injured in recent events, including in Yarmouk, which is home to a third of the Palestine refugee community in Syria.
|UNRWA to issue ATM cards to vulnerable Iraqi Palestinian refugees in Syria|
|25 May 2011|
Vulnerable Palestinian refugees who have sought refuge in Syria from violence in Iraq will be able – as of today – to withdraw their monthly allowances under UNRWA’s cash assistance programme from automated teller machines (ATMs) under a new Agency initiative in its Syria field.
|UNRWA deplores deaths of Palestine refugees - Commissioner-General's statement|
|16 May 2011|
I deplore the deaths of Palestine refugees in Lebanon, the occupied Golan Heights and the occupied Palestinian territory.
|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.