|American Friends of UNRWA representatives join villagers in planting olive trees|
|06 March 2013|
Representatives from American Friends of UNRWA (AFU) joined workers from UNRWA’s Job Creation Programme (JCP) in planting olive trees in the West Bank village of Jalqmous near Jenin.
|A goal for Palestine: Jenin refugee kids play football|
|14 December 2011|
“I often felt that football was limited to boys,” said Ayda Nidal. “But UNRWA has given us the opportunity to practise football.” The 14-year-old girl and other children living in the Jenin refugee camp are now able to play in a football field restored by UNRWA through a project funded by the German government.
|UNRWA forced to suspend operations in Jenin|
|12 August 2011|
UNRWA regrets to announce that it has been forced to suspend services in Jenin city and Jenin camp as of today, 12 August 2011, until further notice. The forced suspension includes relief and social services, job creation programme and camp services offices.
|Young disabled refugees lead the way at winter camp|
|16 March 2011|
Mustafa Abu Khurj, from Jenin refugee camp, was injured during the first Intifada, and is now in a wheelchair. His disability, as well as Israeli access restrictions in the West Bank, makes travel difficult. An event organised by UNRWA this winter gave Mustafa a rare chance to travel and meet new people.
|Students unleash creative skills in Nablus and Jenin|
|11 March 2011|
Children at two UNRWA schools in the northern West Bank have organised special activities as part of the Agency’s "safe schools" initiative.
|Jenin refugee camp|
|The Israeli army entered the city and camp of Jenin in April 2002, declared them a closed military area, prevented all access, and imposed a round-the-clock curfew.||