About UNRWA

West Bank health
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2011
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Through this project, UNRWA will facilitate physical and financial access to primary, secondary and tertiary health care to the most vulnerable patients of the West Bank. Children with malnutrition, elderly, those suffering from chronic and non-communicable diseases, and women are considered as...

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2011
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Under its 2011 Shelter programme, UNRWA plans to rehabilitate, reconstruct and/or repair 150 of the most hazardous West Bank camp-shelters not meeting SPHERE standards.

Beyond lifesaving, shelter provides security and personal safety, protection from the climate and enhances resistance...

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2010
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Read in this edition:

  1. IDB signs two agreements aiding Palestine refugees in West Bank and Gaza
  2. Kuwait Joins UNRWA’s Advisory Commission
  3. First families return to their new houses in Nahr el-Bared Camp
  4. Turkey contributes $250,
  5. ...
UNRWA and neutrality
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2011
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Neutrality is critically important to United Nations humanitarian agencies – as well as ICRC and NGOs – to gain and maintain the confidence of all needed to operate independently, safely and effectively, especially in politically-charged or conflict situations. Neutrality is also a core...

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2011
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Through 20 healthcare centres across the Gaza Strip, UNRWA offers comprehensive primary healthcare to over 1.1 million Palestine refugees from birth through to active ageing. Since 2007, the Agency has promoted excellence in its healthcare through better regulating prescription practices,...