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Since 26 April 2016, nearly 12,000 e-cards have been distributed to Palestine refugees registered under the Social Safety Net Programme (SSNP) in Jordan. ©2016 UNRWA Photo by Ahmad Abu Haweleh
06 June 2016
UNRWA in Jordan commenced the distribution of ‘e-cards’ to families registered under the Social Safety Net Programme, giving refugees the freedom to choose their food according to their individual needs
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Students from a school in Baqa’a, Jordan, exercising as part of the healthy lifestyle campaign promoted by UNRWA. © 2016 UNRWA Photo by Sawsan Al-Alem
30 May 2016
With generous support from United States, UNRWA promotes a series of events to stimulate healthier lifestyles for students and staff across its schools and fields of operations
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© 2016 UNRWA Photo by Jacopo Intini
27 May 2016
The introduction of a new e-card programme will drastically improve the way that beneficiaries receive food assistance
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Khitam Ibrahim during her work as a midwife, providing health services to a patient in an UNRWA Health Centre in northern Gaza. © 2016 UNRWA Photo by Tamer Hamam
25 May 2016
Khitam Ibrahim, a 46-year old Palestine refugee, has worked for the past 13 years as a midwife in an UNRWA Health Centre (Al-Saftawi) in northern Gaza. Khitam supports her husband and five children. “I love my work and I am proud of it because I feel I am a productive person serving my community
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© 2016 UNRWA Photo
24 May 2016
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon visited the UNRWA booth at the World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul, where he was met by Isabel de la Cruz of the Communications Division and Richard Wright, UNRWA Director at UNHQ in New York. The booth features the Agency’s Education in Emergencies work, including...
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