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Noorhan Abdulhafeez/UNRWA Archives
11 September 2014
At the heart of a school in Qabr Essit camp, Damascus, children and young adults who have suffered terrible experiences in the Syria conflict share with their peers how it is possible to maintain hope for a better future. “My favourite subject is maths and my dream is to be a maths teacher,” said 10-year-old Raghad,...
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UNRWA Advisory Commission Field Visit to Gaza
09 September 2014
The UN Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) Advisory Commission conducted a field visit to Gaza on 9 September for AdCom Members. During the visit, the group Drove from Salah Al Din Road to the Eastern Road and Shuja'iyya and received a briefing in the car via radio by Mumen Shahin, Deputy Chief Area Officer and a briefing...
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Shareef Sarhan/UNRWA Archives
09 September 2014
Since the beginning of August, UNRWA has been rolling out a hygiene and water campaign in its shelters in Gaza. The campaign is designed to help displaced persons take responsibility for promoting clean shelters, in order to prevent a large scale outbreak of diseases, such as water-borne infections as well as lice and...
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Wafa Nassman of UNRWA’s Logistics Team is making sure that aid gets to those who need it most.
09 September 2014
Coordinating more than 30 truckloads of vital supplies is all in a day’s work for Wafa Nassman and her colleagues. As a logistics assistant with UNRWA in Gaza, Wafa has expanded her usual role and responsibilities to facilitate customs requirements, navigate border crossings and help coordinate the distribution of...
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UNRWA Archives
04 September 2014
As the people of Gaza emerge from 50 days of conflict, one group of women will be using their talent and creativity to bring much needed income to their families, while at the same time sharing traditional Palestinian art with the wider world.
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