During the recent military escalation in Gaza, many of UNRWA’s 12,000 staff reported to work to support the civilians who needed their help. A crucial part of that work was done by some of the Agency’s 230 guards.
Unit 9 Strategies for developing learner centered assessment practices Assessing children’s achievements and progress in their studies has taken on a significant focus in recent years so that much more emphasis is given to the role of assessment as an ongoing part of the daily teaching and learning process. This unit...
Under dangerous conditions during the eight days of conflict in Gaza, UNRWA's sanitation labourers continued to clean waste and an increasing amount of rubble from Gaza’s eight refugee camps, risking their lives to provide a critical service for refugees in the Strip.
With the escalating situation in Gaza, ongoing violence in Syria, economic and social unrest in Jordan and the West Bank, and continued hardship for Palestine refugees in Lebanon, UNRWA is once again facing multiple challenges in the region.