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Photo courtesy of Nidal al-Krunz
14 April 2016
In the narrow alleys of Arroub refugee camp in the occupied West Bank city of Hebron, 35-year-old Nidal al-Krunz is a young Palestine refugee who spends most of his time in a small, cluttered workshop manufacturing cinematic and television filming equipment
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Photo courtesy of Samar A’amirah
14 April 2016
Samar A’amirah, Palestine refugee journalist living in Balata camp, not only covers the activities and incidents that take place in her community, but also advocates for the rights of her people and the fulfilment of their needs
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Seventy-year-old Miriam Salah, a resident of Baqa’a camp in Jordan, walks 5 km from her home to the Baqa’a Main Health Centre in order to refill her prescriptions and meet with her doctor. The construction and expansion of the existing health centre compound, expected to be completed in January 2017, will consolidate all of the health services into a new, accessible building, allowing UNRWA to offer better care to the patients who visit the health centre. © 2016 UNRWA Photo by Holli Chmela
11 April 2016
In an effort to improve health-care services and ease the experience of patients, Director of UNRWA Operations Roger Davies, together with the Deputy Chief of Mission for the Embassy of the United States of America in Jordan, Henry Wooster, broke ground in a ceremony on 16 March 2016 to launch the construction and...
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Ray of Hope performance on International Women’s Day at the Damascus Opera House. 23 March 2016. © 2016 UNRWA Photo by Taghrid Mohammad
11 April 2016
UNRWA in Syria organized a performance, Ray of Hope, staged at the Damascus Opera House, to celebrate International Women’s Day
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Zainab Yassin, 58, was diagnosed four years ago with diabetes. Today, with the support of the UNRWA health programme, she is able to manage her conditions through targeted medication, a healthy diet and regular exercise. © 2016 UNRWA Photo by Yassir Awad
07 April 2016
Fifty-eight year old Zainab Yassin was diagnosed four years ago with diabetes. “I attended one of UNRWA’s health centres for a normal condition, when the nurse said that I had to take some blood tests, including tests for blood sugar levels. I was shocked and I went through a state of denial when she told me that my...
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