UNRWA resumed humanitarian operations in Yalda, Babila and Beit Saham today, following a one week break due to security concerns. The UNRWA team provided essential health services, dental services, vaccinations, nutritional supplements and fresh food sufficient to feed 600 civilians for one week.
UNRWA continued humanitarian response operations today, providing fresh food to a central community kitchen (sufficient for 600 individuals for one week), 10,000 litres of drinking water and hygiene supplies to displaced civilians and host communities.
The United States Government announced a new US$ 6 million contribution to UNRWA on 24 April, making the United States one of the first donor countries to respond to the Agency’s April 17 call for funds to support Yarmouk. Announced at a UN Security Council Briefing on the Situation in the Middle East, the...
More than half a million Palestine refugees are directly affected by the conflict in Syria. The UNRWA response aims to preserve refugees' resilience through the continuation of UNRWA services and humanitarian assistance
UNRWA successfully continued humanitarian response operations today, providing 10,000 litres of drinking water to displaced civilians and host communities in Yalda. The mission also provided 1,200 bags of bread.