emergency

© 2016 UNRWA Photo
10 November 2016
More than two years after the end of the 2014 conflict in Gaza – the most devastating of the three conflicts in the past seven years, the reconstruction and recovery of Gaza has made progress yet many challenges remain
Emergency Reports
© 2016 UNRWA Photo
03 November 2016
Palestine refugees in Gaza continue to experience high levels of stress and distresses as a result of the 2014 conflict and the economic, social and psychological impacts of the blockade
Emergency Reports
03 November 2016
UNRWA disbursed over US$ 1.46 million for reconstruction and severe repair works to 299 refugee families across the Gaza Strip
Press Releases
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27 October 2016
18 October – 25 October 2016 | issue 167 “The UN has issued repeated warnings about the unsettling and serious conditions prevailing in the tiny enclave; we warned already four years ago that the Gaza Strip will become unliveable – meaning that there will effectively not be enough resources for people to survive – by...
Emergency Reports
24 October 2016
UNRWA disbursed over US$1.7 million for reconstruction and severe repair works to 242 refugee families across the Gaza Strip
Press Releases
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21 October 2016
11 October – 18 October 2016 | issues 166 “I am glad to see my home being reconstructed finally; I am tired to move from rented home to rented home. The UNRWA engineers provide me with all necessary information and help and guide me through the complicated processes.” Mohammad Saleh, Jabalia camp, northern Gaza. Read...
Emergency Reports
The 2014 UNRWA/EU Photography Competition People’s Choice winner photo by Khalid Atif Hasan, Gaza.
21 October 2016
The people of Gaza are denied a human standard of living, having to endure chronic fuel and electricity shortages, extreme water pollution and a devastated infrastructure. This was not always the case. Before the imposition of the blockade on the Gaza Strip, it was a relatively developed society with a productive base...
Features
© 2016 UNRWA
12 October 2016
Through CwC, UNRWA provides Palestine refugees greater access to the information they need and ensures that their voices are heard and taken into account in decision-making processes related to the provision of humanitarian services
Emergency Reports
UNRWA Commissioner-General Pierre Krähenbühl (left) and Japanese Ambassador for Palestinian Affairs of Japan to the Palestinian Authority, Takeshi Okuba (right), shake hands. © 2016 UNRWA Photo by Isabel De La Cruz
09 October 2016
The Japanese Ambassador for Palestinian Affairs and Representative of Japan to the Palestinian Authority, Takeshi Okubo, and UNRWA Commissioner-General Pierre Krähenbühl signed an agreement for a approximately US$ 4 million contribution from Japan to support the Agency’s food assistance programme in Gaza for the fifth...
Press Releases