An UNRWA school in Amman ranked first in their area and third across Jordan in a competition organised by the British-based Society for the Protection of Animals Abroad (SPANA), which gave awards to the best exhibitions demonstrating the importance of protecting animals and the environment.
A group of UNRWA students at Amman's Wadi Seer Training Centre used the knowledge gained from their training this year to create vehicle models that will be used by the next class of students in the same field.
“Engaging Youth: Palestine Refugee Youth in a Changing Middle East” saw world leaders and opinion makers, civil society and Palestinian refugee youth come together to discuss their concerns in a frank, open manner.
Over the past month, UNRWA has turned the refugee camps in the northern West Bank into summer camps for young women. “Sabaya for Change” (young women for change) brought together dozens of women between the ages of 18 and 25.