|Young refugees turn their schools green|
|23 August 2012|
Ms. Khairia, a science teacher at the UNRWA girls’ school, took four of her students on field trips where they learned about conservation methods. Then she presented her students with a challenge: to reduce the amount of resources their own school uses.
|JICA and Lebanon sign US$ 2 million project for rehabilitation of infrastructure in Ein El Hillweh|
|18 November 2011|
The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) signed a memorandum of understanding today with the government of Lebanon formalising Lebanon’s support to a US$ 2 million project to rehabilitate part of the infrastructure in Ein El Hillweh camp in south Lebanon.
|UNRWA and UNICEF inaugurate water infrastructure construction in Lebanon camps|
|20 July 2011|
UNRWA and UNICEF today inaugurated a newly constructed stand-by water well in Mieh Mieh camp, in the presence of high-ranking UNRWA and UNICEF officials, as well as Palestinian community representatives.
|Rapid response contains Hepatitis A outbreak in Jordan camp|
|08 June 2011|
A rapid response from UNRWA has headed off an outbreak of Hepatitis A in a refugee camp in Irbid in northern Jordan.
|Wihdat refugee camp cleans up and honours its workers|
|30 May 2011|
It’s been a big few weeks in Wihdat refugee camp in Jordan, as UNRWA mounted an environmental awareness campaign and honoured local environmental heroes – the sanitation workers who strive to keep the camp clean every day.
|Mar Elias Camp Joins WHO’s Global Movement: 1,000 Lives, 1,000 Cities|
|07 May 2010|
In April 2010, Mar Elias Camp in Lebanon joined the World Health Organization's "1,000 Lives, 1,000 Cities" global campaign, in which health-friendly cities around the world celebrated World Health Day by organising events to promote health activities.
|UNRWA and EU inaugurate Khan Dunoun Sewage Project|
|28 April 2009|
Ambassador Vassilis Bontosoglou, Head of the Delegation of the European Commission to Syria and UNRWA Commissioner- General Karen Koning AbuZayd inaugurated the completion of Khan Dunoun Camp’s Water Supply and Sanitation Project.
|Zaragoza City Council contribute to the improvement of environmental conditions in the refugee camps of the West Bank|
|05 May 2009|
In response to UNRWA’s 2008 Emergency Appeal, the Spanish regional City Council of Zaragoza (capital of the autonomous community of Aragon) contributed with EUR 71,678 to UNRWA’s Emergency Environmental Health Programme in the West Bank.