|Marking her way to the top|
|10 September 2009|
‘Ola ‘Amura is a Palestinian girl with a great commitment to her future and that of her family and the society.
|01 September 2009|
The month of Ramadan has come this year to the people of Gaza at the same time as the new school year. The conjunction of the two events acts as a reminder of the hard living conditions in which Gazans live.
|IRFAN Canada contributes $1.2m for West Bank girls school|
|04 August 2009|
The International Relief Fund for the Afflicted and Needy has donated US$ 1,2m to UNRWA for a girls’ school in the West Bank village of Battir.
|Lebanon EU-UNRWA education project restores educational enthusiasm|
|10 June 2009|
Ahmad Jamal Al-Saleh is a ten-year old student at Sarafand lower elementary school in Tyre, Lebanon. Four months ago he was unable to recognize the alphabet, or do basic mathematical operations.
|Greece and UNRWA construct a new school for Palestine refugees in Husseinieh|
|26 April 2009|
H.E. Theodoros Kassimis, Greek Deputy Foreign Minister, today laid the foundation stone of a new school in Husseinieh, Damascus.
|Dubai Cares Assists UNRWA School Children in the Gaza Strip|
|22 March 2009|
Dubai-based charitable establishment provides 30,300 school and hygiene kits to children with UNRWA help.
|West Bank Pioneers: Dalal Salameh|
|19 March 2009|
In any context, Dalal Salameh, head of the General Union for Palestinian Women in Nablus, would be considered remarkable. As a woman from the largest refugee camp in the West Bank, her achievements are all the more incredible.
|Syria: Palestinian Refugee Women Under Humanitarian International Law|
|12 March 2009|
As part of Syria’s celebration of International Women’s Day, the Syrian Authority for Family Affairs yesterday hosted a conference at the Syrian Opera House on the subject of the status of Palestinian refugee women under international humanitarian law.
|UNRWA wins ‘Against All Odds Award’|
|12 March 2009|
UNRWA has just been awarded the ‘Against All Odds Award’ by the Cisco Networking Academy for the work done in widening e-learning and fostering IT skills among Palestine refugees.
|School Children Say It With Colour|
|09 March 2009|
Students at the Marka and Zarqa schools in Jordan this week put their best artistic skills into action in support of UNIFEM's campaign against violence against women, and to express their ideas and feelings about the issue.