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Rasha Abu Safieh, manager of the Gaza Gateway team, which played an important role in the development of the software for the Poverty Assessment System (PAS). © 2015 UNRWA Photo by Khalil Adwan
18 September 2015
Within the reform process for its Poverty Assessment System (PAS) in Gaza, UNRWA has developed tablet-based software that can be considered the next generation of survey technology worldwide
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Women on a carnation farm in Rafah, employed through the UNRWA Job Creation Programme, bundle flowers destined for the local Gaza market. © 2015 UNRWA Photo by Khalil Adwan
10 September 2015
In a big wide tent on a carnation farm in Rafah, southern Gaza, around 15 women are sitting at a large table piled with purple, dark red and yellow-white flowers; quietly and with concentration, they bundle them into decorative bouquets, wrapped into shiny see-through plastic paper. The women, hired through the UNRWA...
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Dr. Mohamed Abu Lehya in Gaza. © 2015 UNRWA Photo by Khalil Adwan
09 September 2015
Thousands of patients who visit UNRWA health clinics each year are benefiting from better quality health care thanks to donors such as the United States
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Palestine refugee students in Syria participated in catch-up classes and recreational activities during the 2015 Summer Learning Programme, generously funded by the EU. © 2015 UNRWA Photo by Taghrid Mohammad
04 September 2015
Fifty-two schools across Syria offered recreational activities and catch-up classes in mathematics, Arabic, English, French, music, sports and art, designed particularly for students who have missed classes or dropped out of school as part of the UNRWA Summer Learning Programme
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With support from UNRWA and Educate A Child, Batoul was able to return to school in Lebanon. © 2015 UNRWA Photo by Taghrid Mohammad
04 September 2015
In its fifth year, the Syrian conflict has devastated the lives and livelihoods of millions of Syrians. Equally shattered are the lives of the 560,000 Palestine refugees who called Syria home. The 67,000 Palestine refugee students enrolled in UNRWA schools before the crisis have not been spared
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