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Description: IMG_4070  Al-Neirabein School, Mazzeh, Damascus, Syria. © 2016 UNRWA Photo by Taghrid Mohammad
Giving children access inclusive quality education provides them with the opportunity to change their lives for the better. Educate A Child (EAC) is a worldwide initiative launched by Qatar’s Education Above All Foundation that aims to reduce the number of children denied their right to education. Since 2013, UNRWA and EAC have been working in partnership to ensure quality education for all Palestine refugee students affected by the conflict in Syria through its Education in Emergencies programme. With a generous EAC contribution of US$ 4.9 million, the Agency has worked hard to reach...
Yalda Distribution Point, Yalda, Southern Damascus, Syria, February 2016. © 2016 UNRWA Photo
The United States is contributing US$ 25 million to UNRWA in response to the Agency’s 2016 Syria Regional Crisis Emergency Appeal. The funds will support emergency operations in Syria, Lebanon and Jordan
Orthodox scouting performing the Palestinian anthem during the opening ceremony of UNRWA 2016 Summer fun weeks at Al Zaitoun preparatory girls school (B) Photo credit: © UNRWA Gaza 2016. Photo by Tamer Hamam.
Under the slogan “let the fun begin, a light of hope amid despair” UNRWA celebrated the opening ceremony of its Summer Fun Weeks (SFWs) for 2016 on Saturday, the 23rd of July
Fisherman Amjad al-Shirafi is preparing his boat at the Gaza seaport. “All I wish is to live my life with my family in dignity and to be able to sail like other fishermen in the world,” he said. © 2016 UNRWA Photo by Tamer Hamam.
Fishing and fishing-related activities have traditionally supported the livelihoods of thousands of families across the Gaza Strip. However, over the past nine years, the ability of people to gain a living from this sector has been severely undermined as a result of fishing access limits imposed by the Israeli authorities along the Gaza coast
© 2016 UNRWA Photo by Maysoun Jamal Mustafa
Nothing precludes you from achieving your goals – knowledge has no value if it doesn’t translate into energy. For students, succeeding in school is a priority. However, success can’t be maintained without the following key elements: hard work, diligence, follow-up and willingness.
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UNRWA Director of External Relations and Communications (Officer-in-Charge) Asif Husain-Naviatti and Austrian Representative to the Palestinian Authority Dr. Andrea Nasi, 26 July 2016. Photo: Courtesy of the Austrian Representative Office
28 July 2016
The Government of Austria has contributed EUR 1...
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25 July 2016
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Description: IMG_4070  Al-Neirabein School, Mazzeh, Damascus, Syria. © 2016 UNRWA Photo by Taghrid Mohammad
29 July 2016
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Nothing precludes you from achieving your goals...
25 July 2016
UNRWA is deeply concerned about the humanitarian...
16 July 2016
Statement by UNRWA Spokesperson Chris Gunness...
14 July 2016
On the record quote from UNRWA Spokesperson Sami...
© 2016 UNRWA Photo
28 July 2016
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28 July 2016
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