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Manager Mujahed Mahmoud al-Sosi is contemplating the work of his employees in his furniture factory in Jabalia, northern Gaza. Photo credit: © 2015 UNRWA Photo by Khalil Adwan
07 July 2015
In the first floor of a tall, beige building in the Jabalia neighbourhood in northern Gaza, Mujahed Mahmoud al-Sosi sits behind a small desk full of piled papers and notepads. A map of the Middle East decorates the wall, next to a selection of different fabrics, from claret red to salmon pink to marine blue. The Al-...
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Mohammad Alloh was able to earn a better wage after completing a mobile maintenance course though the EU-funded Engaging Youth project.  © 2015 UNRWA photo by Taghrid Mohammad
06 July 2015
UNRWA, with EU support, is equipping 33 000 young Palestinian refugees with the skills to succeed in Syria’s challenging labor market.
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Dr. Dorothee Klaus, the Deputy Director of UNRWA Operations in Jordan, stands next to the Governor of Amman, His Excellency Khaled Abu Zaid, and the UNRWA Chief Area Officer in South Amman, Nidal Ahmad, who organized the event. © 2015 UNRWA Photo by Hannington Muyenje
02 July 2015
On 26 May, clad in their well-pressed uniforms, members of the Amman Governorate Police and law enforcement bodies arrived one by one at the campus theatre hall of the Amman Training Centre (ATC) in South Amman. This was the second time UNRWA was honouring law enforcement officers for equipping UNRWA students with the...
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Refugee girls in the UNRWA Zaitoun Preparatory Girls B School in Gaza City hold up their drawings in which they express their dreams and hopes for the future. © UNRWA 2015 Photo by Ahmad AlMuqadma
02 July 2015
On their last day of exams on 28 May 2015, over 500 refugee children across the Gaza Strip have drawn messages in which they express their dreams and hopes for the future. The drawings are part of the UNRWA #SOS4Gaza Ramadan campaign – launched on 19 June – and will be put in handmade bottles from a factory in Hebron...
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UNRWA students in Jordan at a TOMS' shoes distribution. © 2015 UNRWA Photo Daniela White
29 June 2015
For some Palestine refugee families with low household incomes, acquiring a new pair of shoes often means forfeiting other basic needs. “Purchasing new shoes for my children means we have to go without other essential needs,” said Hala, a mother of five. Hala’s family is one of 18,063 Palestine refugee families...
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