|Transplanting skills: A surgical bridge from the UK to East Jerusalem|
|10 August 2012|
On their Christmas vacation in 2009, Robin and Magdalena Kincaid took their three small children on a family trip to Bethlehem. Crossing the checkpoint to and from Jerusalem, they were surprised at the delays faced by ambulances.
|Manchester City School of Football brings young refugees and Lebanese youth together|
|26 July 2012|
Palestine refugees were among the 80 young people who completed a football training camp run by Manchester City in Lebanon this month. In partnership with UNRWA, two coaches brought training to boys and girls in a refugee camp.
|UNRWA students in Jordan craft award-winning play|
|18 July 2012|
An UNRWA school in Amman ranked first in their area and third across Jordan in a competition organised by the British-based Society for the Protection of Animals Abroad (SPANA), which gave awards to the best exhibitions demonstrating the importance of protecting animals and the environment.
|Britain supports disadvantaged Palestine refugees through UNRWA|
|12 June 2012|
On a visit to Lebanon today, International Development Minister Alan Duncan announced a new three-year package of UK aid for UNRWA, to support Palestine refugees in the Middle East.
|UK’s Mitchell visits UNRWA school in Gaza refugee camp|
|22 December 2011|
UK Secretary of State for International Development Andrew Mitchell visited the UNRWA Beach Camp Elementary School in the Gaza Strip, where he joined lessons in two classrooms and spoke with teachers and pupils.
|UK gives new aid to Palestinian refugees in Lebanon|
|07 February 2011|
The British Embassy Beirut announced today the UK’s new contribution of £1.5 million to UNRWA, in response to the United Nations appeal to provide urgent support for Palestinian refugees in Lebanon.
|UNRWA elementary schools get a boost in English teaching|
|03 December 2010|
To celebrate the completion of an education project funded by the European Union, 98 English teachers from UNRWA elementary schools were presented with certificates by H.E. Frances Guy, UK Ambassador to Lebanon.
|UK rewards UNRWA's good performance with new donation|
|28 October 2010|
The United Kingdom has donated USD 12.6 million (GBP 8 million) to UNRWA's main programmes, which provide health, education, relief and social services to Palestine refugees living in the occupied Palestinian territory, Jordan, Syria and Lebanon.
|Britain to give £19m in aid to Gaza|
|06 June 2010|
Britain is set to award £19 million in aid for refugees in Gaza, and elsewhere in the Middle East region. The money, to be spent on healthcare, education and other services, will be announced by International Development Secretary Andrew Mitchell on Sunday.
|Support line launches for domestic violence victims|
|24 February 2010|
As an emergency telephone line for victims of domestic violence launches in Syria, a pioneering project is training lawyers, social workers and volunteers to support affected women.
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