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Climbing to the Top
19 March 2014
West Bank Yasmeen al-Najjar had one of her legs amputated when she was only 3 years old, after being hit by a car in her village, Burin, near Nablus. In January 2014, when Yasmeen al-Najjar was 17, she was very far away from Burin: 19,341 feet above sea level, at the summit of Africa’s highest peak, Mount Kilimanjaro...
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Breaking the Cycle
08 March 2014
“It is my favorite time reminiscing about the past,” said Ina’am Hadad, and it’s easy to understand why: Her impressive past illuminates the strides that not just she but also Palestine refugee women in general have made.
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The Unknown Road
06 March 2014
“As if leaving our motherland was not enough, we also had to leave the countries where we found asylum, without knowing where we were going,” says Rania. Thirty-seven, Rania was displaced at the beginning of the conflict in Syria from Harasta, in rural Damascus, to Daria. Violence intensified in Daria and her family...
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Singer and UNRWA Goodwill Ambassador Mohammed Assaf Visits the Danish Royal Library
27 February 2014
Copenhagen This week, Arab Idol-winning singer Mohammed Assaf visited the Danish Royal Library in Copenhagen, where the Archive of the UN Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) is being digitized by a team of professional experts, thanks to a generous contribution from the Government of Denmark. The Danish Royal Library...
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Mohammed Assaf’s visit to the Gaza Strip
12 February 2014
UNRWA Goodwill Ambassador Mohammed Assaf visited a number UNRWA operations in Khan Younis, in the southern Gaza Strip, including an elementary school, where he took a seat at a desk with the other students. He spent some time at the UNRWA training centre in Khan Younis, where he spoke to students and encouraged them...
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