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Community members gathered around a young tree planted in Husseiniyeh, Syria. © 2016 UNRWA Photo by Shadi Saoudi
13 June 2016
The return of residents to Husseiniyeh is a rare success story in the conflict in Syria. August 2015 marked the first time since early 2013 that a large number of Palestine refugee families, approximately 6,000, have been able to go back to their houses. To commemorate the new beginning, UNRWA – in cooperation with...
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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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