About UNRWA

Psychosocial activities for UNRWA students in Gaza following the summer 2014 conflict. © 2014 UNRWA Photo by Fadi Thabet
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2011
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In order to minimize the risk of public health threats in West Bank refugee camps, UNRWA Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) programme will (i) rehabilitate public water infrastructure in 17 camps (including each of the 9 camps affected by incidents of damages by IDF troops); (ii) improve solid...

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...

West Bank emergency
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2011
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While UNRWA regular services contribute to Human Development goals, the package of targeted emergency programmes is intended to reduce the impact of the protection crisis by addressing critical basic needs of the most affected individuals.

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2011
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In order to mitigate food insecurity for Palestine refugees in poverty pockets of the West Bank and bring them to Marginal Food Security consumption level, UNRWA relies on three livelihood interventions: 

  1. Dry food assistance in case of lack of local food
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