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08 April 2015
“I felt so happy to see the smile on girls’ faces when I was distributing school kits to them in Talbieh school,” Diala says. Diala Amer Fayez Kakish, 16, is a 10th grade student at Raha International School in Abu Dhabi. She recently donated 210 school kits to students at the UNRWA Talbieh Girls’ School. Diala...
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07 April 2015
The incidence of foodborne and waterborne diseases among Palestine refugees has been decreasing steadily since UNRWA records began. However, a slight upturn between 2013 and 2014, which can be attributed to the conflicts in Syria and Gaza, indicates the importance of ongoing vigilance. Two important indicators for...
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Sana, a 22-year-old Palestine refugee woman from Nahr el-Bared, takes a photo of a little girl in the street. © 2015 UNRWA Photo
01 April 2015
“I want to make cinematic movies my way and compose the movies’ music myself,” says Sana, a 22-year-old Palestine refugee woman, as she watches passersby stroll the alleys of Beddawi camp in northern Lebanon.
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A Will to Survive
18 March 2015
Tamam Al-Yasuri, 54, was determined from a young age to become an educated woman with her own career. “When I grew up, I realized that the only way to help my father support his large family was to study and work,” she explains.
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Marah, 6-years-old, displaced from Yarmouk in Syria. © 2015 UNRWA Photo by Nourhan Abdulhafeez
12 March 2015
“I like the blue swing and I love to feel the air hitting my face when I play on it,” says six-year-old Marah Samour, as she enjoys the newly-installed playground in the UNRWA Haifa Collective Shelter in Damascus, one of 13 new playgrounds UNRWA has installed in schools and collective shelters in Damascus, Homs, Hama...
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