UNRWA organized a Colour Festival on 16 April in the courtyard of the Gaza Vocational Training Centre to help address the psychosocial needs of UNRWA students through recreational and creative activities
To encourage community work among UNRWA students and their parents and raise awareness about the environment and how to protect and preserve it, the UNRWA Gender Initiative conducted a clean-up campaign titled ‘Healthy Environment’
The UNRWA Gaza Rehabilitation Centre for Visually Impaired introduced tablet computers for 51 visually impaired RCVI students, and 166 students with low vision integrated in UNRWA schools, to increase their opportunities to learn, study and develop
UNRWA disbursed approximately US$ 6 million in funding available for reconstruction (US$ 1.78 million) and severe repair works (US$ 4.22 million) to a total of 1,095 refugee families across the Gaza Strip
8 March – 15 March 2016 | Issue 135 On the fifth anniversary of the most powerful earthquake ever recorded to hit Japan, messages of continued empathy and solidarity flew in the sky in Gaza. Over one thousand Palestine refugee students from three UNRWA schools located in the Japanese housing project in Khan Younis...