Tag: job creation
|On International Women's Day, UNRWA and the EU Celebrate Palestinian Women|
|08 March 2010|
The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) today kicked off a week of celebrations in honour of International Women’s Day, 8 March 2010.
|Job Creation Programme Helps to ‘Green Palestine’|
|25 February 2010|
Barbara Shenstone, director of operations for UNRWA in the West Bank, yesterday planted an olive tree in the village of Burin, south of Nablus, in support of a project to create jobs and ‘green’ the local area, which sits close to the Israeli settlement of Yitzar.
|The Desert Rose: a new concept of recycling|
|31 January 2010|
“Need is the mother of invention,” says Adel Eid, the administrative officer at the UNRWA Khan Younis Training College (KYTC). Unfortunately, in blockaded Gaza need is certainly widespread.
|Disability No Obstacle to Work With JCP|
|12 January 2010|
Ali Abu Al-Kabash is 52 years old. He has been blind since birth. Ali lives in Al Samuaa village in the Hebron area with his wife, who is a refugee from Gaza.
|UNRWA's European partners|
|02 January 2010|
One of UNRWA’s main partners, enabling it to provide crucial services to the Palestinians, is the European Union - the largest multilateral provider of international assistance to Palestine refugees.
|EU provides additional EUR€5.5 million to support UNRWA’s environmental health programme in Gaza|
|28 December 2009|
Karen Koning AbuZayd, Commissioner-General of UNRWA, and H.E. Christian Berger, representing the EU, today announced an additional contribution of EUR€5.5 million from the EU in support of health and environmental wellbeing in Gaza.
|Projects in the West Bank|
|24 November 2009|
Read about UNRWA's education, job creation, protection and microfinance projects in the West Bank.
|Hossam: Securing Jobs in Gaza|
|20 November 2009|
Meet Hossam Ashqar. Over the past six years, Hossam has worked with UNRWA's job creation programme in all the regions of the Gaza Strip, with a spirit of tirelessness and determination.
|Lights on: Raghda begins normal life thanks to UNRWA|
|15 November 2009|
Raghda gained valuable work experience with UNRWA’s job creation programme, which is supported by funding from by the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid department, or ECHO.
|UNRWA Job Creation Programme to provide 3,100 new jobs for Gazan private sector
|26 October 2009|
UNRWA's Director of Operations in Gaza today announced the doubling of the Agency's Job Creation Programme to a total of 14,000 job opportunities a month, with 3,100 jobs specifically in support of the Gazan private sector.